4 Nintendo Switch Games to Play with Your Family

While cooped up in an NYC apartment, avoiding COVID, there’s not much for a child to do during the summer past their required chores, reading, and a little social networking with their friends on their devices. This past holiday season, we decided to purchase the Nintendo Switch console for our …

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Back to School: Anxiety for Returning during COVID

It’s July, and we haven’t purchased not one uniform shirt or sock for the new school year yet.  The back to school preparation is on hold with the going in circles decision making that the politicians are doing.  It’s beyond aggravating, and I feel that they are not discussing this …

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5 Book Subscriptions for Tweens

We are a reading family. With the upgrade of apps on phones and tablets, the comfort of always having reading material with you is there. However, there’s something satisfying with turning the pages of books or not marking the pages down, but using a pretty bookmark to save your place.

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5 Self-Care Tips for New Moms

There is 24 hours in one day, however, we’re supposed to be sleeping at least eight of them. As new moms, catching a cat nap during the day is even encouraged. Moving around trying to do everything and have everything perfect, is not ideal. The mind and body has gone through an ordeal, you have to give it time to recuperate while taking care of a new person. The laundry will get done. The dishes aren’t going anywhere.

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