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Make Time for Crises

Mom blogger Darla DeMorrow, a professional organizer, observes that we will all face crises, good and bad. It's a matter of when, not if. Being ready for life's surprises means leaving time to handle them.

The Dyeds vs. the Whites

Mom blogger Stacy Heenan Biscardi delves into one of the great social non-issues of our time: dyed versus white hair in the senior set.

The Graduation Party Game Plan

Planning a graduation party at home can be cheaper and more customizable but you’re in charge of every detail. For this symbolic day, preparation is key. Whether an intimate get-together or going all out, careful planning equals a stress-free day.

Count Your Blessings

Don't despair about getting older! Instead, take stock of the many wonderful things and people in your life in a gratitude list.

I Miss Her More When She's Home

On that fateful day when the doctor in the delivery room handed me a tiny, six pound baby girl, I could never have imagined coming face-to-face with anyone quite so beautiful, or loving someone quite so much. As my husband…

Winterize!

How to winterize your home, car, yard and family before snow, ice and cold weather hits

5 family New Year's celebrations

Ringing in the new year at home with your kids can be just as much fun as going out. Here are five family-friendly ideas to celebrate New Year’s Eve with your kids. Mock New Year’s Eve If you know your…

Earning his keep

Mom blogger Stephanie Glover's son Ethan, 4, enjoys doing household chores. So she and Ethan used the iPad Chore Pad app to organize their family's tasks.

The Calm

Blogger Jeanne McCullough posts from her hospital bed after the birth of her second child, Ryan David.