Christine and I offer advice and encouragement to a listener who’s about to become a mom for the first time.
Pumpkin carving isn’t not the most kid-friendly project, nor is it without effort and mess. Here are 13 tips for easier Jack-o’-lanterns.
Happy New Year, friends! I hope you had a wonderful holiday. We did, for the most part. A couple holiday parties, a great visit with my parents and one of my oldest friends, my son’s first solo travel as a full-fledged GUY (not an “unaccompanied minor”), a New Year’s Day board game extravaganza, and a […]
So! The holidays are upon us. Hopefully this collection of hacks will help you streamline so you can relax and enjoy the holidays a little quicker (which means enjoying them a lot more). Getting organized for the holidays Let your calendar remind you to try new seasonal activities Let Santa take away the old toys, […]
If holiday shopping is already feeling like too much, there are some simple ways to streamline your gift list without stifling your desire to give.
I JUST SUBMITTED THE FIRST DRAFT OF THE PARENT HACKS BOOK TO MY EDITOR. CAN YOU TELL I’M EXCITED ABOUT THIS? A photo posted by Asha Dornfest (@ashadornfest) on Nov 11, 2014 at 8:44pm PST This site exists because of hundreds of you were willing to share. People I didn’t know — busy people, […]
Given all the airline policy changes in recent years, I figured it was time to revisit the topic of flying with kids. Here are some ideas for streamlining the boarding process, but I hope you’ll chime in, especially if you’ve recently flown with your kids.
So much goodness swirled around this week, but I've barely looked up or shared any of it. I'm heads down finishing the manuscript for the Parent Hacks book, which is consuming most of my conscious thought at the moment. This is only the book's beginning; my first attempt to transform what we've been doing here […]
There’s still time for this to be the best Halloween ever.
My teenage son is going trick-or-treating this Halloween. I’m happy about it, and here’s why.