Martin Luther King Jr. Day: A Day of Humanitarian Legacy

On the third Monday in January, we will all be celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This day represents the life and legacy of Dr. King’s peaceful vision for humanity. His dreams of community and charity bring a visionary

iSpy: January

Well, 2017 has officially begun, and we have another resolution for you to add to your list. Get your family outside more. As always, we are here to help—this time with a list of outdoor trails and adventures for

New Year’s Resolutions for Parents of Toddlers

My youngest turned two over winter break, and I spent a lot of time thinking about the past couple of years. Parents may not agree on many things, but one sentiment that we can all share is that babies

DIY Playdough in Minutes!

Looking for an easy, indoor activity on a rainy day? This homemade playdough recipe is nontoxic, only takes a few minutes to make, and uses ingredients that you’re sure to have on hand. Pro tip: cookie cutters, straws, silverware,

Local Fitness Trainers Weigh In

Here’s some free advice from local fitness experts about health and fitness in the new year.   “Working out for hours on end isn’t going to get you all the results you want. Regular exercise along with healthy eating

Making Fitness and Nutrition Resolutions this New Year

January is the perfect time to start fresh and make personal exercise and nutrition a priority. As a stay at home mom of two young children, I often get discouraged when I am unable to follow through with my

The BEST Lentil Soup

If you think this title is presumptuous, I will go ahead and assure you that it’s an understatement. Once you make this recipe, you won’t want to eat lentils any other way. This recipe is a favorite in our

Wellness, Even in January

Winter is here in full force, bringing with it the dreaded flu season. Fear not! Though viruses seem to be lurking all around us, there are things that you can do to boost your family’s immune systems and fight