Landing their first job is a landmark moment in the life of any teen — right after getting their driver's license! Whether learning how to manage money, wait tables or run a cash register, the life skills an after...
After close to 18 months home with them, I am sick of my own voice.  I swear my two boys have this incredible ability to IGNORE me and filter out what I say. They seem to hear my husband, and...
Car rides with young children are...enjoyable. Not exactly! Car rides with little kids are... quiet. Nope, not if they are awake! However, car rides can be both of these with some quality podcasts for kids. Huge bonus is they...
Parenting has taught me one life lesson after another over the years; my first college drop off hammered home five of them. I imagined this event countless times and now it’s a reality. After years of parenting and then...
Just in time for summer, the 2022 Flume Book Award Nominees for 9-12th graders were just announced. Whether you have the passionate reader in your home or the reluctant teen reader in your home, there is something for everyone! Check...
I held my first pocket knife when I was eight years old. My growing hands held the shiny red gadget in awe. Currently, the same knife is resting comfortably in my pocketbook. My knife taught me lots of life...
It's complicated to navigate body image in the age of social media. Plus, It's a little scary. Recently, an unedited photo of Khloe Kardashian went viral. It was a refreshing, candid shot where Khloe looked great. But it was...
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We are living in unprecedented times and it feels like crazy-town. Kids and parents alike are working from home, juggling virtual schoolwork, workplace stress, and 8,000 Zoom calls a day. Frankly, we are all doing the best we can.  So,...
Whether it's so you can work remotely, assist older kids with remote learning or homeschooling, take care of a new baby or (the Holy Grail) drink a cup of coffee uninterrupted, every parent needs their littles ones to play...

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The only way for me to get through the long winters we experience on the Seacoast is to get outside. Summer days make it...
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