Do your New Year’s Eve plans include pint-size guests? The kids and I are sharing some of our favorite New Year’s Eve Hack’s games, snacks, and activvities that your kids will love–even if they don’t make it to NYE. Check out our latest for TLCme
It’s football season! Starting off the night early with a tailgate add even more fun to the night. Before heading down to the game, here are some tailgate hacks to make the most of your night out.
If you’ve got a road trip planned, then you need to download a few podcasts that will make your time on the road fly by. From true crime, interviews with celebrities, and fascinating stories, here are podcasts you’ll want to listen to on your next road trip.
The Dropout – The story of Elizabeth Holmes and her company Theranos is an unbelievable but real-life tale of greed, lies, and ambition that went very, very wrong. You may have heard about Holmes or Theranos in the news, but this in-depth podcast gives you all the details on Holmes’ life before and after the fall of Theranos. This podcast is one you won’t be able to stop listening to during your vacation.
Over My Dead Body – From the people who brought you Dirty John and Doctor Death, it’s no surprise their newest podcast is a must listen. This true crime thriller tells the story of a couple whose marriage falls apart and one of them winds up dead. The story has so many twists and turns you won’t see coming.
How I Built This – Have you ever wondered how some of your favorite companies got their start? Are you fascinated by tales of people who have an idea and find a way to turn it into a reality? Then this is the podcast for you. Guy Raz, of NPR, interviews the creators of companies like Panera, Spanx, and Away Luggage for an honest look into the up and downs they have faced in their lives and careers. From very personal stories and a look at what is next for these entrepreneurs, How I Built This is perfect for binging.
My Favorite Murder – The perfect mixture of true crime and humor-yes that’s actually a thing– My Favorite Murder has quickly become one off the most popular podcasts in the world. Hosts Georgia and Karen talk about all things true crime and their own lives in a way that fans love and keep them listening every week. Get ready to laugh, get ready for lots of sarcasm and snark, and of course, be shocked the way only true crime stories can shock.
If you are looking around at your car and thinking “I have got to get organized,” well, we’ve got some tips for you. From managing your kids’ stuff to tackling you console and even your trunk space, here are simple organization ideas to get your car organized and to keep it organized.
Traveling with toddlers means you will need to pack more than a few outfit changes. So before you plan your next road trip with your toddler in tow, here are a few items you’ll want to have on hand. From their luggage to their stroller and even items to help them sleep better, check out gear that are a must-have if you have toddlers.
There really is nothing like sitting under the stars, enjoying lots of yummy treats, and watching a great movie with your family. If you have a local drive-in movie theater, it is a perfect weekend activity. So if you are a drive in novice or an expert, here are a few tips to make your drive in move night a success.
Where would we be without our smartphones? From documenting every adorable thing our kids do daily to staying connected through email and texts to having the internet at our fingertips all day long. However, even though our handy phones can do just about everything, there is always a few more tricks that can make your busy days a whole lot easier. From always knowing what you need at the grocery store and how to hack a quick stand for your phone while you are in the car, here are smartphone hacks every busy mom needs to know.
Weekend road trips offer a quick get-a-way from the busy work week. Before you have a little fun with your family, check out the vacation hacks to make the most of your vacay.
This time of year there is a lot of discussion if vacationing with your kids is really a vacation. One thing all parents can agree on, traveling with young ones can be tricky. There is a lot of prep that goes into packing and even if you think you think you have the most perfectly packed suitcase, your baby will probably find some way to throw a tiny wrench in your perfectly packed plans. But no need to fret, because here are six tips when hitting the open road and traveling with your baby.