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5 Family-Friendly Ways to Make a Meal Last Longer and Save Money

Two things every mom dreams of: cooking less, and saving more money. We got your back, Mom. We’ve got simple yet realistic tips that will…

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11 Tips for Every Room of the House to Make for Easier Mornings

The kids have 30 minutes before they must be dressed and out of the door, and they’re not even awake yet. A permission slip still…

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6 Ways to Help the Whole Family Survive Homework

Homework. Just writing the word bums me out. Yes, even though I’m all grown up, I still feel like I have homework — because my…

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What to Say to Your Kids After a Rough Game

Striking out three times in a game. Allowing the winning goal to score. Losing by a lot. All tough times, for sure. But one of…

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Finding 10 Minutes for Moms to Catch Their Breath

We all know it’s true, so let’s just put it out there: Motherhood is EXHAUSTING, and that’s before taking work into consideration. Sometimes we just…

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10 Simple Tips to Get Your Kids Ready for School

Last Monday, the house was quiet. You made coffee, watched a little morning news and got a few things done around the house before the…

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How To Get Your Kid to Pack Healthy Lunches By Themselves

Want to know a great way to give yourself five or 10 extra minutes every single morning? Teach your kids to pack their own lunches….

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8 Strategies to Survive Grocery-Shopping with Kids

Managing one or multiple kids in the grocery store can be nothing short of a nightmare—I know, I’ve lived it! I had to learn my…

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5 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for a Sports Tryout

Every child makes the team when they’re really young. But as they grow up, things get more competitive, especially when they reach high school. Tryouts…

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Letting Go of My Dream and Letting My Kids Chase Their Own

I helped 30 young aspiring baseball players become MLB All-Stars, but I couldn’t help my own kids play through high school. After working with thousands…

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Whispering: The Magical Trick for Getting Kids to Listen

It all started one afternoon while walking the kids home from school. We stopped to smell the roses – literally – when my younger (but…

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5 Life Lessons We Learned from T-Ball

Sometimes life lessons hit me right on the head like a foul ball hailing from the sky. My son’s first t-ball season was one of…

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3 Steps to Get Through Summer (Without Being Totally Exhausted)

Summer break always starts with an initial honeymoon phase. Free mornings, fewer extracurricular activities, homework-free evenings and no more overscheduled kids. But then the first…

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11 Summertime Tips for Tired Moms

It’s the first week of summer vacation, and your kids are bouncing off the walls already. You wish you could bottle even a smidgen of…

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4 Things No One Told Me About Being a Mom

Our social media news feeds are constantly streaming, and experts on every subject abound on all corners of the web, advice and information ooze from…

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How to End the School Year on a Good Note

Recently, I got a letter from my kid’s school reminding parents that we now have less than 60 days of school left before the end…

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11 DIY Outdoor Games That’ll Get the Kids Moving

It’s finally warm enough to get the kids outside, and what d’ya know—they’re already tired of the swing set. Don’t fret. There’re plenty of ways…

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15 Simple, Semi-Relaxing Ideas to Entertain the Kids

When I was in what I like to call the “parenting trenches” with toddler twins and a kindergartener, it dawned on me that I was…

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