The kids are home from school and you have to work from home. As more and more people are working remotely and schools are closed, it can be a difficult situation to say the least. If you’re working from home while your kids are completing class work in the next (or same?) room, how can you make sure you’re doing
Father’s Day is upon us! Coming off of quarantine, many are still anxious about being out and about, but that doesn’t have to stop you from having the best Father’s Day celebration! Here are 4 things you can do to celebrate the fathers in your life, while still social distancing. Spend Some Time in Your Backyard Pack a picnic full
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” It’s good advice in general, but with the uncertainty of the times right now, many of us have some extra time to put those words into action. When we work toward a goal and complete it, it gives us a sense of accomplishment. We are proud
Nearly every parent knows the familiar frustration of hearing, “I’m bored.” Many children today are used to constant stimulation and a jam-packed schedule to keep them busy. But now, with the dangers of COVID-19, many families are practicing social distancing to stay as healthy as possible. While at home, you AND your children may start to go stir-crazy. It is
Try out these tips to help you manage your seasonal allergies. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, then you know how terrible the symptoms can be. With all the sneezing, headaches, and itchy eyes, you may dread the return of spring and summer every year. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take to alleviate your symptoms. Try out
Make sure your teen stays safe behind the wheel. If your teen is learning how to drive, then their safety should always be your main priority. When it comes to driving safety, it’s important that you start with the basics. Here are some of the things that you should teach your teen to help them become safe and responsible drivers.