Surviving in Isolation: Looking to a NASA Astronaut

Even the most introverted among us are surely feeling the pains of social distancing at this point. We, as a … [Read more...]

Ten Things to Do with Your Grade Schooler During the COVID-19 Pandemic

I’m guessing you probably weren’t prepared to be a homeschool teacher. Over the course of the next three weeks as we hunker … [Read more...]

Look for the Helpers

The world can be a scary place. With so much fear and panic concerning the COVID-19 virus gripping our world, our nation, our state and … [Read more...]

Make 2020 the year of the Great Kindness Challenge

National Kindness Week has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to make the world a kinder place. Okay, I’m … [Read more...]

YODO: Live Life to the Fullest

Can you believe you’ve made it to the year 2020? Do you know we are just as far away from 2050 as we are from 1990? Yup, do the math. I’m not sure if … [Read more...]

Hustle and Bustle – Two Little Words That Strike Fear Into Parents!

Hustle and bustle – two little words that strike fear into parents everywhere.  I’m pretty sure you only hear these words during the … [Read more...]

Here Come the Holidays!

By now, all the “good” Halloween candy is gone from the stash, we’ve turned the calendar to November and, in just a few weeks, we’ll be giving thanks … [Read more...]

We Cut the Cord

We cut the cable. Summer is a notoriously busy time for my family. Our schedule left virtually no time for sitting around watching … [Read more...]

Dropping Your Kids Off – Nervous, Clingy or Fine

Have you ever dropped off your sweet cherub, only to have him or her cling to you and cry profusely for you not to … [Read more...]

My Family Bucket List

One innocent last-day-of-school photo collage; that’s what it should have been. Instead, it was an in-my-face reminder of how quickly my kids … [Read more...]
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