College is the best four years of your life (at least, theoretically). Its about freedom, independence, and eating cold pizza for breakfast just because you can. Its our first foray into the real world, which is pretty exciting, but for parents, I suppose it can be a little frightening to watch the nest empty out.
The following is a guest post by Robert Greenberg, author of How to Listen to Great Music: A Guide to Its History, Culture, and Heart. Ah, bedtime. The kids’ teeth are brushed; their pj’s are on; the book has been read, and then read again. They have been kissed goodnight. At which point begins THE BIG STALL. “I’m hungry”; “I’m thirsty”; “I need to go to the bathroom”; “I need to call my broker”; etc.
If you enjoyed our previous post, How to Fly Your Family First Class for (Almost) Free, you may be wondering how to save on the other major vacation cost – the hotel. This week we tackle how to get the best luxury hotel deals, so that you can save while enjoying the kind of pampering that only a 5-star hotel or resort can provide.
People who frequent the blogosphere love to argue about womens equality and lack thereof, at home and at work, and to dissect hot-button subjects like equal pay and gender discrimination, who changes the diapers and who takes out the trash, in our relationships and in society at large. And I love to argue right back.
If you, like many moms, carry around a few extra pounds, but don’t feel that you have the time or energy to shed them, a weight-loss boot camp may be the ideal option. By participating in a weight loss boot camp, you can benefit from the guidance of trained professionals, likely increasing the effectiveness of your weight loss efforts. Whether you select a day-camp option or a residential one, you are likely to benefit from the experience, learning more about your body and the ways you can keep it fit.