Ask any mother – working woman or stay-at-home mom, contented chef or takeout pro – busy families need meal inspiration. Use the Local Mom’s Network meal-planning guide to get breakfast, lunch and dinner on the table simply and easily.
Five tips that can make lunch-packing a breeze, including how to incorporate Skout Social into your routine.
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.
“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,”
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.
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.
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.
Winter is a great time to revamp your hair after a summer of sun, saltwater, chlorine and humidity.
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!
The perfect go-to salad when you are want something easy and casual for the grown-ups.
Master Esthetician to the stars is sharing her techniques for the best winter skin!
The temperatures are warming up and the sun is shining. What sunscreen are you using for your family? The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put together an amazing guide to sunscreens for kids and babies! There are more than 239 beach and sport sunscreens with a…
As moms, we’re always looking for ways to have fun outside as a family, and for products that are truly safe and non-toxic. All Terrain is our latest find that fits both bills, and we’re thrilled to partner with this effective, environmentally friendly and yes, safe,…
This original story was shared by The Local Moms Network Contributor Harvey Karp, M.D. Toddler truth: Tantrums usually peak at 18 to 24 months, subside a bit, then crest again around 3.5 years. So, knowing how to prevent—and quell—these meltdowns now will for-sure pay…
These resources can help any moms finding empty shelves.
This story was contributed by our wellness columnist, Michelle Calarco. By now you’ve likely come across a Gua Sha video on social media where you’ve watched someone massage their face with a stone and wondered what was going on. We wanted to get to the bottom of why...
If you’re more of the “indoorsy” type but want to start getting your fitness on OUTDOORS Coach Frankie has some tips for you to get started.
This weeks wellness Wednesday… Mind, Body Wellness! The school year may be off to a bumpy start for some. Just remember to BREATHE! YOUR mental health and your CHILD’S mental health are more important than that zoom call! Sometimes the best way to relieve stress is to just get up and MOVE!