My COVID-19 Victory Garden + 12 steps to building your own garden

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Victory gardens took root in American history in WWI when many farmers were needed by our military. Farm food supply dwindled and what remained was stretched thin— shipped overseas to our troops...

50 Simple Outdoor Activities for Kids

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We may be staying home right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t go outside and enjoy some time in nature. (Just stay close to home and follow social distancing guidelines.) While time spent...

5 Tips For Setting Up Your “New” Home Office

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By now you’ve probably read a few tricks from experienced work from home parents on how to get comfortable in your new “office” at home. But, have you really even had the time to assess...

10 Positives During These Uncertain Times of COVID-19

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I don’t have to elaborate much to explain why these times are uncertain. Coronavirus - a worldwide pandemic that has flipped the world upside down.  Many workers now clock in from home. Most students and...

How We Can Support Small Business

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Many of us are still trying to get used to this social distancing thing and personally I feel like shopping!! Ideally, we’d like to continue our normal lives, but how can we do that...

How We Can Still Connect While Social Distancing

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Remember when we could get together with our friends for coffee and send our kids to school in the morning and go out for dinner any time we wanted? Ah, the good old days,...

Staying Sane While Stuck at Home: Tips From a SAHM

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As the possibility of school closures became more realistic, you probably felt a sense of panic set in. Sure, for the scary unknown outcomes of COVID-19, but also for the known monsters about to...

Make Better Decisions By Making Your Bed

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It’s not easy living with a constant slewing of snack crumbs, tupperware lids, and half chewed board books all over the floor. Raising small people is messy. That’s the flat out truth. It’s chaos....

Mom’s Guide To Daylight Savings

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It’s March. The disruption and stress of the holidays is a distant memory. Your family is hitting its stride and settling into a solid routine. Cold and flu season has peaked (fingers crossed) so...

Mom’s Guide To Valentines Day

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Valentine’s Day is traditionally a day to celebrate love and romance with your sweetheart.  It used to mean expensive champagne, fine chocolate, red roses and a candlelit dinner.  But Let’s get real, once you...