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Meet a Founder, As Seen in the Fair Play Documentary, Emily A. Hay of Hay There Social Media
. While it’s nice to be active online in their personal life to keep in touch with friends, it’s crucial for moms who are considering the next steps after having kids, looking to rejoin the workforce, or launching a small business to understand how a social media skill set can directly position them for success.
St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails & Mocktails
Cheers to the Irish and to you, Moms! Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day we’re sharing a roundup of 8 delicious cocktails and mocktails to serve and sip on March 17 (or any time!). And thankfully, there isn’t a green beer in the mix…
Crunchy Kale Chopped Salad with 3-Ingredient Hummus Dressing
A salad you can prep ahead makes weekday lunches or dinners come together quickly. This kale salad from Kathleen Ashmore is served with a super-easy homemade hummus dressing (just combine hummus, olive oil, lemon and salt). Add grilled chicken or chickpeas for extra protein and enjoy all week long!
The Best Travel Bags: From Budget to Bougie
Whether your travels include hitting the slopes or soaking in the sun, you need a way to tote your stuff. Here, six travel bags that fit every budget and aesthetic.
Are 40s the New Tween Years?
Did you know that perimenopause has its own developmental stages just like adolescence? This “prelude to menopause,” which may include shorter menstrual cycles, sleep issues, mood changes, changes in libido and a whole host of other lovely symptoms related to hormonal changes, usually starts in the late 30s into the 40s.
Postpartum in America the Lindsay Clancy Story
“I remember the waves of sadness came rolling in out of nowhere,” she says. “I would cry over the silliest things like finding a pile of crumbs my husband missed while cleaning the counter. Then the sadness would turn into sporadic bursts of rage or even periods of overwhelming anxiety,”
The 9 Mom Friends Every Mom Needs in her Life
Mom friends are the glue that hold us together when shit hits the fan, and motherhood’s fan is being in a wind tunnel while you’re going 100 mph in a convertible. In other words, you’re going to need some good glue. Here, nine moms you need in your crew.
5 Ways to Get Kids to Read More
There are two kinds of kids—kids who love reading and have their nose in a book at dinner, past bedtime, and when they’re supposed to be leaving for school. And then there are those who would rather do anything than read.
The 2023 Ultimate Camp Guide
Use our Camp & Program Guide to learn about some of the top sleepaway camp options throughout the United States as well as teen tours, educational programs and even community service opportunities. All of them will help your child gain valuable confidence, compile priceless memories and build lifelong friendships.
Eat the Rainbow Board from The BakerMama
If one of your goals for the New Year is to add more fruits and veggies into your family diet, this Eat the Rainbow Board created by The BakerMama may just help you check that off your list. Assemble it at the beginning of the week to set out at dinner for a...
Meet a Mom: Parenting Expert & Economist Emily Oster!
Emily Oster is a world-renowned economist and parenting expert whose books include Expecting Better, Cribsheet, and The Family Firm. Her mission is to make sense of the latest data about pregnancy and parenting, so you can feel more empowered to make your own choices. She embodies the notion that knowledge is power… and we love the dose of humor and candor with which she shares her message, whether in her newsletter or on Instagram.
Baby & Children’s Tylenol & Motrin Shortage: What You Need To Know
With supply chain issues combining with the RSV/COVID/Flu trifecta sweeping the country, children’s medications like Tylenol & Motrin are in short supply. If you can’t find meds and your child is sick, this can be extremely stressful.
tWitch’s Tragic Death & What We Should All Know About Male Mental Health
We asked Gregory Scott Brown, MD, a psychiatrist who contributes to Men’s Health, and Wizdom Powell, PhD, MPH, Chief Social Impact and Diversity Officer, Headspace Health, to answer our questions about men, mental health and suicide—including Black men in particular. Plus, how to tell when someone is in crisis—and how to get them help.
6 Cookbooks To Try in the New Year!
If one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2023 is to cook more and rely less on takeout, we have you covered. Below, you’ll find six of 2022’s most popular cookbooks, which will have you eating better, creating memories around family meals and saving money on UberEats and DoorDash.
How to Get Great Winter Hair!
Winter is a great time to revamp your hair after a summer of sun, saltwater, chlorine and humidity.
Meet the Founder of Vote Mama Foundation, Liuba Grechen Shirley!
While Shirley didn’t make it to Washington, she’s fighting to make sure you can. We are thrilled to share our interview with Shirley and her inspiration for you to, quite literally, be the change you want to see in the world.
10 Screen Free Activities Kids Will Love
Around the middle of January is when the sheen of new holiday toys begins to wear off, and even the most patient parents can hit their limit. To help you through the next few weeks, we’re sharing 10 smart ways to keep kids engaged– and there’s not a screen in sight!
Chinese Chicken Salad from Habitual Hostess
The perfect go-to salad when you are want something easy and casual for the grown-ups.
2023 Planner Round-Up!
If your iPhone isn’t doing it for you, it’s time to go old school. To help you choose one you love, here are six super cute and well-designed planners.
How to have Supermodel Skin this Winter!
Master Esthetician to the stars is sharing her techniques for the best winter skin!