Jill’s simple tip makes french toast easy and quick enough for weekday mornings.
My kids just started middle- and high school and I still hate packing school lunches.
Golden’s hack helps her kids learn to better manage their time.
I associate my kids’ first week back at school with a return to routine and a predictable span of hours to work and think. Much as I’m sad to see summer fade, I think: it’s easier during the school year.
But it isn’t. At least not right away.
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Imagine this as the lock screen on your kid’s iPod this summer.
This could work well over a kid’s desk to stash art or homework supplies. OR as a charging station for the family’s mobile devices.
Bart King is on my mind for five reasons. I saved the best for last.
I’ve already discovered the best reading hack of all — our local library. The trick is to find a quick source of new material and recommendations…
When Christine and I launched Minimalist Parenting, interviewers inevitably asked us: But aren't you afraid "minimalist parenting" will lead to lazy, unmotivated kids? It's not a bad question. How can kids come to know their capabilities without a push (sometimes a firm one) out of their comfort zones? Kristen Howerton wrote a fantastic piece about why […]