There’s about a thousand different ways to acquire all those new school supplies kids need to start a fresh school year.Different families use different strategies to get it all together, so we’re detailing five of our favorite back-to-school shopping methods just for you.
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Just in time for school to let out and summer to begin! Finding the perfect chore chart for kids doesn’t usually result in a one-size-fits-all solution, but this one will do the trick! It’s super customizable for all ages, ability levels, and chore types.
Everyone needs goals, and if one of yours is to get more organized in your home AND your head, we’ve got some serious suggestions for you.
There are several resources in Huntsville to help make meals for your family happen, and we’re excited to list them here for you on days when you just can’t make it to the grocery store. We love these food and grocery delivery services in Huntsville!
If you’re eager to try out that new camera you got for Christmas, but intimidated by previous DIY photo shoot fails, these surprisingly simple tips can make a big difference.
If your child has recently taken on a new responsibility, such as laundry duty or caring for a family pet, consider using a printable chore chart or some of the free printables we’ve provided below to outline your expectations.
Can you believe the holiday season is here? I love this time of year which holds so many treasures. Approaching Thanksgiving brings so much excitement as, traditionally, our family will take the time to stop and reflect on past and present blessings. It’s also a time to give and show acts of kindness to those in our community.
With the reality of Fall being in full force, the holiday season will follow quickly. All of us know, holiday & hectic can often go hand and hand. My goal, this year, is to get a jump-start on the holidays with a few preparations leading into the season. The smells of fall baking and comfort […]
This is the last day of August and we are officially fully submerged into the chaos that Fall brings into our lives. The extra school/sports activities on top of two full-time working parents makes us wonder why our kids need extracurriculars in their lives. Last week there was not ONE evening where we didn’t have something […]