It’s Christmas, Keep It Real

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It has certainly been a tough year for everyone, including my family. We suffered the immeasurable loss of a close family member to COVID-19, in addition to the daily challenges of juggling homeschooling and attempting to work full-time. It...
Here at Westchester County Mom, there are few things we love more than providing the absolute best resources for local families while supporting the businesses and brands that we love. With the holidays on the way, we are sharing...
I don’t need to tell you that 2020 has been a difficult year. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are just as ready to end the unpredictable chaos and monotony of social distancing as I am. I...
I believe in giving back, and I will never forget the fact that when the pandemic hit and so many restaurants were struggling to stay afloat, the Uli family not only kept their doors open but their hearts as...
To trick or treat or not to trick or treat does not need to be the only question this year as we prepare to celebrate Halloween in the midst of a pandemic. A holiday deeply grounded in history, we’ve...
The stress of planning a celebration for our kids' birthdays is even harder nowadays with social distancing. Where is it safe to host? How many kids can we invite? Gifts or no gifts? Don’t worry, Westchester County Mom has...
I’ve been living abroad for the past nine years. When I became a mother almost seven years ago, I promised myself that I would keep our traditions, and I would raise my kids to be proud of their heritage. For...
Halloween can still happen

Halloween CAN Still Happen

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Okay, so it is only September. But for people like me, Halloween preparations start well in advance of October 31st. If I could start decorating in the summer, I probably would. Yes, I am one of those moms. But this...
Between midnight of September 15th and September 16th, 1810 a group of revolutionary people started the fight so that the Kingdom of New Spain would be free from the Spanish Crown that had dominated for more than 200 years....
My feeling of comfort associated with cooking was discovered as a college student preparing a meal after a particularly rough week of exams. I remember whipping up steak and mashed potatoes with carrots. The problem was that I overcooked...

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Spotlight on Westchester: Peekskill

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We all love our cozy little corners of Westchester. There are so many things to do and see, places to eat, and parks to...