Friendsgiving is one of my favorite days of the whole year; I mean, what could be better than a party dedicated to celebrating close friendship, gratitude, and good food? As you get older, it’s one of the things that seem to fall the quickest to the wayside, as schedules get busier, especially during the holiday season.
The idea of skiing with your kids may feel daunting. But as the parents I interviewed for this piece agreed, it’s worth it. With a lot of planning (and maybe a little bribery) it’s totally do-able. Here are some things to consider before hitting the slopes.
One in four children deals with vision impairment that impacts his or her ability to learn, according to eye health and safety organization Prevent Blindness. Many of these cases are undiagnosed, and failing to identify and treat poor vision health early can lead to difficulties in the classroom, on the playing field and beyond.
When it comes to Halloween, carving the same pumpkin designs each year can become routine. This year, save a pumpkin and carve your spooky masterpiece into a watermelon instead.