Time flies again, leaving September far behind and October coming to an end. One of the perks of being a northerner is most definitely enjoying this beautiful time of year courtesy of our deciduous tree
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Well, it’s hard to believe it’s September already. The kids are back to school and settled into their new routines. Lockers have been organized and the shiny new supplies have already lost some of their luster. Also back is one of my least favorite tasks - packing lunches.
We’re heading into the home stretch of a so-so summer. Personally, it wasn’t hot enough for me and the pool days were too few and far between. I’ve kicked into back to school mode already though we have a few weeks left and the kids are in desperate need of some last
Summer vacation is often times synonymous with road trip. If you’re planning a trip with the kiddos in the next couple months, here are a few off-line entertainment ideas.
Now that warm weather is here, it’s the perfect time to start planning your gardening projects.
May is a busy month for celebrations – Mother’s Day, First Communions, graduations and showers will keep our social calendar full.
Having endured quite a brutal winter, I know we’re all anxious for Spring’s arrival. The unusual sight of my lawn immediately sparked ideas for this year’s landscaping updates.
With the winter Olympics underway, it’s the perfect opportunity to explore new cultures and show off your mad geography skills. The host city for the 2014 Winter Olympics is Sochi, Russia which, interestingly enough, is a favorite summer spot for Russians, averaging 52 degrees for
Fresh into the new year, some of us have made resolutions that have come and gone already, and that’s OK. I feel that January gets too much hype with goal-setting. After a whirlwind of holiday hustle and bustle, the only thing I really want to do is savor the monotony of January a
So, the kids are home and the novelty of the presents will likely fade after a few days. It happens every year and the remainder of your winter break will be spent wondering how to entertain your brood, indoors and out.