Create, order, buy (or win!) your holiday cards in plenty of time

This giveaway is now closed. The first giveaway for November comes to you from one great company and from, well, yours truly.  And it also happens to coincide with the next project in the 12 Weeks to Prepare for Christmas series. Now’s the best time to start working on your holiday card plans.  These days, (read more…)

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Link love :: the 72 Months and Many More edition

Our wedding and friends, six years ago this weekend. October was definitely a unique season for both me and this blog, thanks to our international journey midway through the month.  But there was still great content, thanks to all the great guest writers featured here!  Thanks again to all of you. Here are some great (read more…)

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This Halloween, lower the sugar intake

Halloween is the pinnacle for many kids.  You get to dress up, run around, and when you ask people for candy, they just give it to you – what could be better? Maybe that’s the kids’ perspective, but if you’re like me, you tremble at the thought of that much sugar running through your little (read more…)

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The Jesse Tree: a family-oriented way to focus on the true meaning of Christmas

Photo by Kevin Day I‘ve wanted to do a Jesse Tree for Christmas for the past few years, but I’ve never actually done it for one main reason – I haven’t planned far enough in advance.  No longer. Think of a Jesse Tree as a sort of advent calendar, except that in addition to a (read more…)

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Email: transform this tool from stressful to useful

Photo by Lars Kristian Flem Ah, email – a portal to the outside world for any stay-at-home parent. It’s such a helpful tool for communicating with friends and family near and far, for taking care of some household tasks with less transportation, and even providing endless opportunities for working from home. But there’s a fine (read more…)

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