What a great way to expand a toddler’s contribution to a gift exchange.
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.
If you’re like me, the day after Halloween is best spent on the couch with a cup of coffee and a good book. But if you can scrape together just a little more energy for some post-Halloween cleanup, you’ll feel better about those mini-Snickers bars you ate this morning.
Baby book guilt. We’ve all got it (on some level) because it’s impossible to capture EVERY moment and milestone. Meghan has a different strategy: she shares the work and fun of recording memories with her daughter.
Who doesn’t love a good toilet roll hack?
Which do you do more often? a) Carry six bottles of wine somewhere? b) Handle an episode of carsickness? Hence, Jennie’s travel hack.
I have five copies of Gretchen Rubin’s fantastic new book, “Happier At Home,” to give away! (Exciting! I haven’t done a giveaway in a long time.)
Every hack that reduces ironing should get an immediate pass to the front of the line. I’m satisfied when they’re clean. BUT, I have dealt with the bow problem Heidi mentions, and she offers a brilliant solution
My plan is to balance getting prepared for school with enjoying our finals days of summer.