In her next Minimalist Holidays post, Christine reminds us that kids’ crafts don’t need to be complicated to be fun, and shares ideas for gifts kids can make themselves.
I’m in Washington, DC with the ONE Campaign and ONEMoms visiting members of Congress. Amazingly (to me, anyway) we’re here sharing stories with our Senators and Representatives about our time in Ethiopia.
Now that the Holiday Buying Season is officially upon us, I figured it’s a good time to revisit a topic I’ve written about before: how to shorten the holiday gift list.
…including dog poop, politics and Facebook. New post at The Accidental Expert.
How are your Thanksgiving preparations coming along, either for your meal or your travel? Hopefully these tips collected at Parent Hacks over the years will help you along.
Sure, you could distract your kids with a few Thanksgiving printables and a box of crayons, but there’s a bigger opportunity here. This year, involve your kids in the actual work of Thanksgiving.
Sometimes the simplest hacks make the biggest difference day to day.
How do I get my three year old to stop saying “poopy” to everyone all the time?
Welcome to Minimalist Holidays, a series of posts inspired by the central idea behind Minimalist Parenting: you can enjoy the holidays more when you do less.
I call some problems “mice that roar.” Small problems that cause big inconvenience. One mouse that roars in my life is the forgotten password. Here’s my solution.