Not only did Karen come up with a great hack, she sent in this AWESOME photo illustration to go along with it! (Thank you, Karen — it really helps.)
It’s summer, and the livin’ may be easy, but that doesn’t mean it has to be lazy.
Sometimes the business of blogging dovetails perfectly with the business of life, and this is just such an occasion. My advertising partner, Federated Media, contacted me about participating in a Pine-Sol-sponsored conversation about household tips. Just that morning I stumbled onto this tip and was planning to write it up. I love it when that happens.
I love it when Parenthackers pass along great hacks posted elsewhere on the Web!
After reading our recent discussion about upgrading a marble jar with rocks, Melissa sent this adorable account of her family’s warm fuzzy jar.
Hannah had her first baby two months ago and already has a great hack for a pacifier holder!
Emma asked a timely question via Twitter: Hey Asha, might some of your followers have ideas for how to work effectively from home during summer w/a 6YO around the house?
Hannah, long-time Parent Hacks reader and new mom, discovered a robust alternative to standard nursing pads.
Last year, I was one of several community partners that shared the story of ONEMoms — a remarkable collaboration between ten social media moms and the advocacy organization ONE. ONE brought this group to Kenya to educate them about the incredible work going on to support local entrepreneurs, slow the maternal transmission of AIDS, and […]
Would love to talk further about self-care — the whys, whats, and hows.