Whether it’s the kids fighting over the tree swing in the yard, spending the afternoon at a nearby park or going on a hike around the lake, we can’t get enough of this temperate weather before the summer heat sets in.
School is out for the summer in less than a month, so be sure to register soon for 2019 summer camps.
From edible gardens to forest play areas to fossil excavation sites, the new children’s garden at the State Botanical Gardens of Georgia has it all.
When I hit late thirties this year, I got three very practical birthday gifts that I absolutely love. I thought I’d share them in case they inspire any other gift givers!
These first few weeks of spring have been just what we’ve all needed. Here’s a quick update on where we are in this season of life.
We currently live in the city limits, but I grew up in the county suburbs. I also have friends who live on land in the country and love it. In a nutshell, I can see the advantages of each option.
Despite our busy lives, it’s important to stay active to not only maintain our physical health but to help manage stress. Here are the exercise options I turn to when lack of sleep makes it difficult to stay active.
I’m a big believer in chores for kids. Chores teach children responsibility, stewardship and life skills, as well as show how we value our home, clothes, food and other property.
By the time we get to March each year, I feel like spring is just around the corner and typically sickness is behind us.
It’s estimated that roughly 90% of women will experience some level of postpartum hair loss. If you are in that majority, check out my tips for surviving it.