Let’s face it — Yom Kippur is a hard day. As a mom, I’ve made it my goal to make Yom Kippur less grueling and more enjoyable, or at least meaningful.
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The Fourth of July is a great time to celebrate with family! Here is a roundup of family-friendly events throughout the state!
Thank you, Chef Tony, for treating us to incredible pizza and sharing your story with us!Serving up the same old pizza at every party can get monotonous. Enter The Urban Epicurean — my new favorite go-to for the perfect Boston pizza festivity.
I started thinking… who did raise me? I thank my parents for their love, for their dedication, and for raising me in a way I am proud of.
In honor of Flag Day, I’m going to share patriotism with my kids. I want them to recognize the flag, the pledge, the national anthem, and patriotic songs.
With Valentine’s Day approaching and prior holiday candy lingering, it’s a tug-of-war between my sugar addiction and healthy eating to adequately fuel myself to keep up with mom life. It’s the same story for my kids — the balance of letting them enjoy a few sweet treats while not overdoing it. This is alongside my […]
Walking into stores this time of year, hearts and cupids are aplenty, and red and pink are splashed all over ads. Yup, Valentine’s Day is almost here. Valentine’s Day is often synonymous with conversation hearts, candlelight, flowers, and boxes of chocolates. In the past, it was a holiday I could’ve done without. Now that I’m […]
While many of us associate Valentine’s Day with romantic gestures like fancy dinners out and long-stemmed roses, it’s really just a simple day to tell people you love them — and who better to show love to than your kids?! Here are a few fun activities to plan with your little ones this February to […]
Much of our knowledge and memories of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. surround Washington, D.C., where he gave his impassioned and unforgettable “I Have a Dream” speech; Georgia, where he grew up and attended Morehouse College; or Alabama, where he led his significant works for racial and social class justice. It wasn’t until […]
As my husband and I have started our own little family, we’ve initiated our own Christmas traditions. Baking Christmas cookies, cutting down our Christmas tree, and seeing the Boston Pops are a few. But even though I love these new traditions that fuel the excitement of the holiday, my favorite tradition is a carry-over from […]
With snow on the ground and many a Christmas tree adorning the windows of the homes we pass by, it is evident that there is an overwhelming feeling of holiday cheer. But just as the people that make up the city of Boston are diverse, so are what the holidays mean to the masses. To […]
My husband is a pretty simple man. Every year for Christmas he asks for one thing — to not travel over the holidays. Well, here’s my bad wife confession: He has never gotten his Christmas wish. Instead, every December we load up our children, gifts, and luggage and trek down to North Carolina. We used […]