A super-simple chocolate cake recipe kids can bake (and clean up after) themselves.
What do you do when your finicky kids don’t like (read: CAN’T STAND) what’s being served for dinner and ask if they can instead prepare something else for themselves?
When Donna saw the Press’n Seal Art Bib, she sent a great hack for making quick, temporary cup lids.
I employ this hack whenever I make lasagna, enchiladas or some other casserole-type dinner.
Cookie-makers rejoice! Tracy’s hack is about to make your baking life a lot easier.
I'm having fun with Picmonkey.com. A photo with text on top! I'm a graphic genius! Repurposing leftovers is as good a dinner hack as there is. This trick solves two puzzles at once: how to freshen the presentation of leftover stew and how to use up all those almost-empty bags of dried pasta. I had […]
Sure, you could distract your kids with a few Thanksgiving printables and a box of crayons, but there’s a bigger opportunity here. This year, involve your kids in the actual work of Thanksgiving.
Sometimes the simplest hacks make the biggest difference day to day.
I’m a huge fan of Dr. Dina Rose’s blog It’s Not About Nutrition. She’s “changing the conversation from nutrition to habits” on the assumption that, with good habits comes good nutrition (eventually).