21 hacks in April 2013

06 April 2013

Weekend book update: Alpha Mom book club, Huffington Post, TV news appearance, Portland book party

Thank you for your patience with my "all Minimalist Parenting all the time" focus for the last few weeks. With all of the excitement and work of the book launch, MinCamp, and everything else, it has been a lot to share. Hopefully I haven't overwhelmed you with the book stuff....

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04 April 2013

This scarf saves lives. Get it now before it's gone. Free shipping April 4-5 only!

You're one of the first people to hear about the Genet scarf, and so you have the opportunity to grab it now during the pre-sale before it sells out.

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03 April 2013

I'm not a parenting expert, but I play one on...an awesome new video resource for parents

Kids In The House is a new video advice site for parents. In some ways it resembles a "video Parent Hacks": thousands of easily searchable short videos that focus on solving specific parenting problems. I'm one of the "experts."

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02 April 2013

Neatly dispense baby ointment and diaper cream with an empty syringe

Creams and ointments come with the job, and this brilliant hack from Kerry puts an old syringe to work as an applicator.

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01 April 2013

Streamlining school year routines and activities

In our second week hosting the HuffPost Parents Stress-Less Parenting Workshop, Christine and I are talking about school-year routines and activities.

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01 April 2013

A simple hack for forgetful Tooth Fairies

Does the Tooth Fairy sometimes forget about your kids' lost teeth? Yeah, same here. Well, Meagan Francis of The Happiest Mom and The Kitchen Hour podcast has come up with a solution.

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