It’s December and the holiday season is upon us. With the constant hustle and bustle of the holiday season it’s easy to feel stressed and burnt out. Here are some helpful tips to keep from turning into the Grinch this holiday season! 1. Drink Water. This one goes for the whole year, but just do … More Christmas Chaos: Avoiding Holiday Burn Out
It’s Friday Morning and I’m taking a few minutes to drink my coffee while reflecting on yesterdays festivities. Thanksgiving is a great holiday because it gives us a whole day to stop and think about all the things big and small that we’re thankful for, which is something we sometimes over look through out the … More Thanksgiving Reflections
Recently I downloaded a new app through my library called Libby that allows me to rent ebooks from the library and read them on my phone! That being said, I was recommended to read a murder myster, written by David Baldacci titled The Last Mile. After a weekend of reading, I had to share a … More The Last Mile: A Review
As my American friends are probably aware today is voting day in the U.S. and although it’s not a presidential election, it is just as important to get out and vote! I know it’s not a normal day for me to be posting but today is a very important exception. Here’s my down and dirty … More A Millenial Moms Lecture on Voting
This year I felt like I dropped the ball on Halloween, last year I was so excited to make little mans costume but this year I just couldn’t find the energy. But that good ol’ halloween spirit seemed to kick in last minute and we pulled off a cute mom and son costume idea that … More Halloween Costume Round Up!
With a sick little dude at home and a noreaster headed our way this weekend, I’m sure binging some family halloween movies will definitely be on our to-do list! Let me give you a run down of my favorite halloween movies for the whole family to enjoy! 1. Scary Godmother This one will always hold … More Top 5 Not So Scary Halloween Movies!
Recently we’ve been going to the library not only for kids books, but as adults my husband and I have tried to get back into reading to set a good example for little man. I’ve read some great books, but when I picked up Katy Tur’s Unbelievable I was floored in the best way possible! … More Unbelievable: A Must Read
Hey friends! It’s been a little while since we last met and I’m glad to say its’s been one heck of an adventure since my last post! School got hectic, Army got hectic, and being a mama to a rambunctious now 16 month old had just worn me out! We took a quick break to … More New England Mama Takes a Break
After nearly two years off, I’ve returned to college to hopefully wrap up a degree in early childhood education, and man did I forget just how hard it is to sit still and listen. I had my first class last night and luckily had enough time to feed and bath the little dude before heading … More Back to School: Mom Edition
In the final installment of this week’s green living series I’m giving you a tutorial on making your own no sew reusable grocery bag! This week has been all about ways to help out the environment, so today we’re turning that ratty old gym shirt into a grocery bag! This is a super simple no … More Green Living: Part Five