We’ve all been there. Cars, trains and airplanes can be quite the match for a parent’s patience level. But with a little bit of planning ahead and some critical supplies, you can conquer Are we there yet? syndrome and sit back to enjoy the ride. 1. Entertainment
“You don’t have to make it perfect, but you can make it great.” – Alessio, my 5-year old son, advising his frustrated little sister on why her squiggly lines are okay in her first attempts at writing the alphabet
It’s back-to-school time again. In families across America the homework showdowns have already begun. Parents struggle with homework almost as much as kids do. After a full day at school, it’s hard to get …
We love to sass up old recipes and give them a modern look. This gooey Pretzel Bar is a new twist on a favorite cousin, the Rice Krispie Treat. It’s the perfect treat to serve at your next Back to School event! Ingredients
Most of us survived, more or less, the first week or two of back-to-school chaos. Our kids hopefully have all the backpacks, textbooks, and sharpened pencils they need. We’re all coping with those nasty alarm clocks that have the gall to buzz while it’s still dark out.
Now onto phase two: mastering our own absence when our kids are in school.
Leaving your kids behind during the school year is a challenge few …
I love fennel, cooked or raw! My French family also uses the stalk to add to a large pitcher of water. It’s beautiful, smells fresh of licorice, and is a great drink for the tummy! Ingredients 3 fennel bulbs 4 heads of frisee (you can substitute endives if you want) 5 tangerines Directions Thinly slice the fennel bulbs and wash. Keep the stalks for your water pitcher! Chop the heads of frisee in half.
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Discover expert tips and strategies for navigating the complexities of family dynamics during holiday gatherings. Learn how to communicate effectively, set realistic expectations, and practice self-care to ensure a harmonious and stress-free celebration.
Plan your Thanksgiving road trip wisely to avoid traffic hassles and ensure a stress-free holiday. Get insights from AAA’s Thanksgiving travel forecast and expert tips for a smooth journey.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and if you’re feeling a bit behind in your preparations, you’re not alone. I recently had to do a quick Google search to double-check the date for this year’s Thanksgiving, and it’s safe to say that many of us are in the same boat. As the TSA anticipates record numbers of travelers at airports, it’s clear that this year’s Thanksgiving will be a big one for many Americans. But amid the holiday hustle and bustle, there’s some good news for those planning to host a traditional turkey feast at home – the cost of the holiday centerpiece, the turkey, has seen a significant drop in prices this year, making home-cooked celebrations more budget-friendly.
Are you in charge of cooking the turkey this Thanksgiving? If so, you HAVE to try this family recipe for a super delicious, juicy, moist turkey. The secret ingredient is Dry Brine. You need to plan ahead three days, so keep this in mind when prepping. Dry brining involves applying salt to the food and allowing it to rest before cooking, resulting in succulent, flavorful meat and a crowd-pleasing crispy skin.