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10 Ways to Not Go Crazy Packing for a Move With a Toddler

The good news is you or your spouse just got promoted to a position with greater responsibility and higher rewards. The bad news is you have to move your young family across the country and start your life over again. You look around your…

July 25, 2017
Moms

Why a Summer Staycation Can Be the Perfect Summer Break

Traveling is exhausting—whether by plane or car, you can’t overlook packing bags and getting everyone ready on time. Money is spent on tickets, or gas, and sleeping arrangements in a foreign place. By the time you’ve begun looking for a house-sitter, exhaustion has already…

July 7, 2017
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How to Have an Epic Summer Camping Trip

Camping is a rite of passage when you’re young, and it’s always a memorable occasion when you go with family or friends. You bond with each other and the landscape, releasing mental and emotional stressors that help you come together and get back to…

June 27, 2017
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How to Throw the Perfect Memorial Day Picnic

Hey, no one ever said throwing the perfect Memorial Day picnic would be easy. But it doesn’t have to be stressful or expensive either. Follow these five easy steps to ensure a perfect picnic celebration for you and your friends and family. Prep the…

May 23, 2017
Moms

On a Wing and a Mudra: Mindful Travel with Kids

The following is a guest post from Katie Kapro. Katie Kapro is a lifelong traveler and nonfiction writer from the intermountain west. She is presently in the midst of planning her next big adventure to the mountains of Scandinavia, where it’s her hope to spit…

May 18, 2017
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How You Can Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Teachers have some of the hardest jobs out there — having to wrangle upwards of 30 little kids while spoon-feeding their brains with all the information they’re going to need to be successful and productive adults. While teachers should definitely be appreciated every single…

May 5, 2017
Moms

10 Valentine’s Day “Date” Ideas for the Whole Family

In the golden era of pre-children romance, you and your partner probably had fantastic plans for Valentine’s Day. You ate dinner at restaurants while having uninterrupted conversations and using cloth napkins. You went to the movies and not a single character was a cartoon.…

February 10, 2017