My annual nose-thumbing at Black Friday, and suggestions for no-clutter gifts.
My “wrap-up” of Camp Mighty, and what I learned there that has changed how I feel as I head into the busy holiday season.
Paring down your gift list will save you money and time, and will help you feel calmer during the holidays. But, most importantly, it will help you express your love and gratitude to friends and family in ways everyone will appreciate.
Sometimes it feels right to veer off the hack-posting schedule and just hang out with you. When I’m feeling the pull toward conversation, I know it’s a good time to check in.
Erin’s technique for quelling leftover rebellion.
I’ve ALWAYS questioned the need for specialized facial and body cleansers. If there’s a good reason why using baby wipes on one’s face is a problem, please say so in the comments.
Maisha’s elegant solution for keeping ponytail holders accessible.
At Simple Mom, April gives one of the best how-tos I’ve seen for using a tickler/working file in conjunction with your calendar/to-do list.
Nate Smith (not just any Nate Smith; the best Nate Smith) came up with a way to show his son which stuff not to touch.
Like rolling out the red carpet. Of barf.