I’m in love with our Netflix replacement: our county library.
Michelle’s hack illustrates how simple home tweaks can make a big difference to your kid’s independence.
Part 1 of the series “Manage Your Money Just Enough”: When it comes to a simple filing system, having a system in place — any system — lets you handle paper and information as soon as it comes in.
Photo credit: FreeDigitalPhotos.net A little while ago I put out a hack request for your simple money management tips. Your response has been so great that it's taking me a while to organize and post your tips! I'm taking extra time with this series because I know that organizing finances, both for everyday and for tax […]
From my new post at Babble: “Do less, enjoy more.” There’s a symmetry to that line…a balance that’s so tantalizing in its simplicity. Unfortunately, it brings to mind another line: “Easier said than done…”
Let’s talk about money systems. I want to hear about your just-enough-not-too-much approaches to finances.
Swiffer Sweepers are convenient, but the disposable cleaning cloths get expensive and add to the landfill. Here’s a quick idea for DIY reusable Swiffer pads.
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.”
In our second week hosting the HuffPost Parents Stress-Less Parenting Workshop, Christine and I are talking about school-year routines and activities.
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.