Taking on too much and not having a plan on how to get there is a good recipe for failure. We’ve all been there. We say “Ugh, I have GOT to lose 20 pounds this year.” And then we spend the rest of the year thinking about how we still need to lose 20 pounds, and beating ourselves up as we grab a quick lunch in the fast food drive-thru.
The Stick It & Win It campaign will reward your love of car paraphernalia and allow you to participate in a year-long scavenger hunt at the same time ! #WinWin #ShowYourRCMLove
Planning a party is one of the parts of a parent’s job description that can be the most daunting. What’s age-appropriate? Where are the best places to consider as party venues in Huntsville and Madison County? How can you throw a good party and stay within your budget? We plan on helping busy parents find the(…)
Congratulations – if you’re reading this, that means it’s Thursday and you’ve ALMOST made it to the weekend! Every week we love to list our favorite picks that are free (or cheap), fun, and family-friendly here in Huntsville. If it’s something kids and parents will love chances are we know about it. Don’t see something(…)
At an early age, children are pushed to play travel leagues, city leagues and clubs to focus on ONE sport and then to play that sport year-round. Then there are development camps, instructional aides, and even tryouts for most of these teams. It makes it hard for those kids who are coming into a sport late, past the age of 7-8 years old, to try new things.
A few years ago I ran across a website called Fresh Air Family and I loved what a great resource it was for anyone searching for outdoor fun. With lots of great ideas for ways to spend more time outdoors together doing kid-level activities, the site was a bookmarked spot on the web that we(…)
At Tech Trek camp in Huntsville, girls are immersed in a world that empowers them to think about themselves as future scientists, engineers, mathematicians, & computer specialists. Nominations are open now for this summer’s campers.
Rather than creating a list of all the things I’d like to change or accomplish this year, I’m writing down four things that I’m giving up as a working mom in 2015. By the time I open my office door, I’m not only overloaded with thoughts of what I have to accomplish at work, but I’m already thinking about what I need to get done once I get home.