School is out and it can be a very frustrating time for parents. Half of the parents I talk to are worried about securing child care, the other half have no idea how to keep their kids entertained long… Continue Reading
Budgeting is hard when you are young, single, and childless, and even more difficult when you throw little ones into the mix. I know that saving money as a mom can seem impossible, but there are some very simple things… Continue Reading
What are your kids doing this Summer? For many of us Summer time with the kids is a time to enjoy the outdoors, the sunshine and if you’re lucky the ocean.
Spring is here which means it’s time to wash away the staleness of winter. Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a daunting task and it’s actually something I have learned to, dare I say, enjoy? I do a major deep… Continue Reading
There are benefits to both owning or renting your home. Ownership gives you full creative control and the equity that comes with your purchase but you are 100% responsible for any mishaps that may come up and need to be… Continue Reading
This super neat trick will transform your cupcakes from basic to pro, real quick, and it’s much easier than it looks. Armed with the Wilton 3-Colour Swirl Coupler and some serious Pinspiration I was able to create the multicolored cupcake… Continue Reading
I’m fairly certain my kids have eaten a granola bar every school day since they started 3 and 4 years ago. Every. Day. As I was packing their lunches a while ago, the list of ingredients on the box of… Continue Reading
Just because it’s not summer yet is no reason to avoid cooking with everyone’s favorite summer squash! I’ve honestly been on such a zucchini kick lately, we eat it at least once a week. My kids rolled their eyes SO hard… Continue Reading
Mug cakes are the revolutionary new dessert that every busy parent needs in their lives. Let’s be real, sometimes (most of the time) between work, kids, and household responsibilities, extra time simply doesn’t exist. So unless it’s someone’s birthday, or… Continue Reading
For as long as I can remember, we have been taught that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s meant to get our engines started and provide the fuel needed for a smooth ride through school or work.… Continue Reading
Play on gigantic Nintendo controllers, experience virtual reality, and immerse yourself in the rich evolution of the most influential video games ever to be released. Need I say more? Well, just in case…
The holiday season is upon us and has made it’s way to Science North!
To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday Parks Canada wants you to visit any of its National Parks, Marine Conservation Areas, and/or Historic Sites for free! All you need to do is visit their website to order your 2017 Parks Canada Pass. While you’re… Continue Reading
At 6 and 7 years old, my kids still need nightlights in both their bedrooms and the bathroom. The ones in their rooms don’t bother me but the bathroom light does. It’s either on the entire night, costing me money… Continue Reading
Elena and the Secret of Avalor, presented by the Disney Channel, is airing this Sunday, November 20th at 7pm ET/PT! It’s a special crossover television movie event combining Princess Sophia and Elena of Avalor.
The leaves are changing, school has started, the weather is getting cooler. One of my favorite things to make during the fall and winter months is soup. It’s warm, comforting, and easy. I’ve rounded up 30 Soul Warming Soup Recipes… Continue Reading
The folks at Dynamic Earth are up to their old tricks again! If you’re looking for somewhere to get spooked in Sudbury then you’ll definitely want to head over to the home of the big nickel. The intricate Pumpkinferno display,… Continue Reading
Did you know Groupon offers discounts goods as well as experiences? I didn’t but I’m super glad I do now! I try my best to be incredibly frugal, but there’s no getting around some purchases. There are things in our… Continue Reading
The thought of anything bad happening to your child is every parents worst nightmare. Hands down. While terrifying, it’s our job as parents to teach our kids the necessary tools and information needed to protect themselves. In the event your… Continue Reading
Teaching your kids to become involved in their community is rewarding, both emotionally and physically. It not only helps to build character but benefits the organization you choose to aid. Social responsibility doesn’t happen over night though, there are a… Continue Reading