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Kid-Friendly Organization Eases Back-to-School Stress


By Lea Schneider

Anyone who has tried to get children ready for school on time knows it’s the perfect occasion to dust off the old analogy about herding cats. I’ve sometimes thought that cats would actually be easier—I can’t imagine seeing one cat in a mismatched outfit while trying to help another find their missing papers and hearing the third...

4 Exciting Family Vacation Ideas Around the World


If you’ve decided it’s time to get more foreign stamps in your passport and explore the world with your children, here are some ideas of family-friendly overseas destinations. What they have in common is that communication won’t be an issue as English is either the country’s official language or widely...

5 Outrageously Unique Activities to Try in Las Vegas


Kid-Friendly Attractions


Las Vegas is known for its bright lights, sprawling casinos, and larger-than-life attractions. With the city’s over-the-top attitude, it’s no surprise that Las Vegas offers plenty of unique activities. If you and your family are feeling adventurous, try one of these experiences the next time you travel to Las...

5 Reasons to Visit Las Vegas for the Holidays


Family-Friendly Holiday Destinations

When most people think of winter travel, they envision holiday fun near a fireplace, complete with a cup of hot cocoa. This year, why not try something different? Leave your snow boots at home, pack your sunglasses, and head to Las Vegas with the family to celebrate the holiday...

How Parent Entrepreneurs Are Reshaping School Lunch


For Women & Co. by Kristen Chase

If anyone knows the benefits and the challenges of getting healthier food to children, it’s Revolution Foods co-founders Kristin Groos Richmond and Kirsten Saenz Tobey. These two moms saw the impact that eating nutritious meals had on student success both in and out of...

9 Slow Cooker Vegetarian Soups


I LOVE my slow cooker.  There’s really no better feeling of accomplishment than having your dinner cooking and ready to go at 7 in the morning. I’m always on the lookout for new recipes.  And there are a lot of recipes that call for roasts and pork and shredded chicken and all that business.  But I don’t eat meat.

So sometimes...

7 Cookie Butter Recipes


There are a lot of butters out there.  Peanut butter, almond butter, coconut butter, organic salted butter, and the list goes on.  But let me tell you where the butter buck stops.  Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter is the butter to end all butters.  You just might find yourself putting down that spoon you’re always dipping in your jar of...

7 Stuffed Zucchini Recipes


Anyone have an abundance of zucchini in their garden right now?  When you’ve made zucchini bread and zucchini rice and roasted zucchini and you STILL have a garden stuffed with zucchini, it’s time to find some new recipes.

Keep reading for 7 Stuffed Zucchini Recipes and put all of that zucchini to use!

Pizza Stuffed Zucchini Boats from Damn...

7 Easy Taco Recipes


Every Tuesday is Taco Tuesday at our house. EVERY TUESDAY!

It’s one less meal to think about, and the kids LOVE building their own tacos.  I’m actually not even sure how much they truly love tacos or if it’s just how much they like making them. Either way, there’s no complaining about dinner on Taco Tuesday, which is a big...

7 Summer Salad Recipes


Summer produce is amazing. And let’s face it, it’s probably the only time of the year when you can convince your family that a salad is all you’ll be having for dinner. Keep reading for 7 Summer Salad Recipes that will keep your oven off and have you out of the kitchen in no time.


Summer Salad – Corn,...

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