With the start of the school year around the corner, there is a major change in schedule for many families. With extra-curricular activities, sports, and homework, evenings are jammed with things to do. And that doesn’t include getting ready...
This is Part Two of my book recommendation post. Last month I chose a few books for young readers that explained some tough situations. This month, I’ve found a few titles aimed at helping kids to be the best...
Two months in to 2018, and the thought process begins – summer camp. Where to send the children? Are they ready to go to camp? Those are the two questions in my mind. Other questions that some parents have...
Let Me Re-Introduce Myself Moving may be a hobby at this point. At last count I have moved 34 times, which includes six different states, both coasts and the Midwest. I was lucky to grow up with divorced parents that...
It's hard to believe that summer is almost over, and the kids are heading back to the classroom. With two elementary school-aged children and one preschooler, I've tried many different school-related supplies and products. Here are some of my...
What to do with all these lemons? They tell us, "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade." But, what happens if you are not a fan of lemonade? Something to remember is that there are alternatives to lemonade. Get creative,...
Once upon a time, before online support groups began, the webmd.com craze started. You know what I'm talking about...you put in any symptom you were suffering from, and within a couple of clicks, you thought you were either suffering...
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There are no extra points for being a martyr.  Some things are hard, like really, really hard, and it’s an accomplishment to make it through. But some things aren’t, they don’t need to be, and making them seem harder doesn’t...
As a mom, I strive to do everything I can to provide the proper nutritional balance so that my kids can get all of their nutrients. That is, until they don’t eat what I give them. My children are going...
March is National Nutrition Month. The theme for 2020 is “Eat Right, Bite by Bite.” The main message is that “Good nutrition doesn’t have to be restrictive or overwhelming. Small goals and changes can have a cumulative healthful effect,...

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A Guide to Beauty & Pampering in Westchester County

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Moms do it all, and that often leaves us feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Carving out me-time seems impossible, but we not only deserve it,...