The 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially started June 1st, and ends 30 November. While it is not uncommon for tropical storms to develop before and after these dates, this is the time of year where the warm weather is...
Years ago, when I moved to Jacksonville from New York City, my husband’s four bedroom house seemed like a giant palace compared to my tiny NYC apartment. All this space! It was so easy to find just the right...
The fall and winter months are full of fun opportunities to get together with friends and classmates. Happily, when I sit down to scan Pinterest for ideas, there is no short supply of inspiration. The only problem is most...
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What’s in Your Wallet?

Are you a military spouse like me? If so you have a very important card in your wallet that can save you lots of money - your military ID! Every time you checkout whether it be at a restaurant,...
                Now more than ever, our kids are learning about those who are making a difference in our world and how we all adapt to change. Doctors, nurses, scientists, first-responders, innovators, community and business leaders, teachers and beyond — and...
My children's future aspirations are constantly changing. My oldest child once wanted to be a firefighter, and now at the oh-so-wise age of 6, he hopes to someday be a pilot and fly airplanes. As for my free-spirited 3-year-old?...
Let me start by saying that I have read Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I have finished her new Netflix series, and the KonMari method is in full effect in our household. When I say...
This year I’ll have two kiddos in elementary school. (Cue the Hallelujah Choir!) With just a little over two weeks til school starts, I have a long list of to-dos that need to happen NOW so we can have...
I cannot remember a time when recycling wasn’t a part of my life. As a child, I was surrounded by campaigns and curricula that explained the importance of it. In school, on Sesame Street, billboards and commercials alike, I...
If there’s one huge gift we as parents can give our kids, it’s the knowledge they need to grow up to be financially stable adults. As National Teach Your Child to Save Day rolls around this month (April 20), now...
Some of my closest friends and family disagree with me on this, but we are NOT paying our child an allowance. At least, we don’t plan to for the near future — he’s only 9. Possibly never, until he...
When you were little, did you love watching shows where they showed you how something was made? Or in school, how you got the educational video on the days your teacher just needed a break? Or was I weird?...

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