Movie Magic on a Budget

Go to the Movies Without Going Broke

How to Save Big on the Big Screen

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She's Just Soo Perfect

Do You Kind of hate That Perfectly Perfect Mom?

Here’s How to Learn to like Her, and Be Happier for It

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Movie Magic on a Budget

How to Save Big on the Big Screen

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She's Just Soo Perfect

Here’s How to Learn to like Her, and Be Happier for It

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Get in The Pool, Not the Kitchen

Here’s Proof Your Slow Cooker Is a Summer Genius

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Inside Voices

Here’s How to Keep Your Cool Instead

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10 No-Cook Snacks for Hangry Kids (and Happy Moms)

Feeding kids during the school year is no joke! You know the drill. They get home from school, they’re hungry (or worse, HANGRY), and dinner won’t be ready for hours. And before they even close the door behind them, it starts. “Mom!! Can I have a snack?!” You don’t want to starve them, but the thought of junk food that ruins their appetite for dinner doesn’t exactly sit well with you either. So what’s a mom to do? How do you curb hunger with healthy choices that will fuel their… View Full Article
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Going to the Movies with Your Kids Without Going Broke

I absolutely love going to the movies. There’s nothing like walking into a movie theater lobby and feeling that whoosh of buttery, popcorn-scented air hit your face the second you open the door. Excitement, adventure and thrills await you in the theater, where a world far, far away springs to life right before your eyes. I’m getting goosebumps just thinking about it. When I was around the age my three kids are now, movie ticket prices were $2.75 for a matinee. That’s right – less than $3! It’s hard to… View Full Article
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Stepparents, Your Struggle Is Real (But Worth It)

I was 7 years old when I met my would-be stepmom. She was blonde, beautiful and had these huge teeth that formed a smile when she caught me sneaking peeks of her. She seemed very kind. We saw her more and more in the weeks following. Eventually, the smallest, simplest, most seemingly insignificant things – how she helped me cut my sandwich or tie my shoe or put a dress on my doll – made me really love her. My stepmom was the best stepmom a kid could hope for:… View Full Article