March 15, 2018

Please Try to Be Very Quiet and Still

Read: 5 Things You Can Do to Make a Difference Like most of us, I cannot get the tragic events of last week’s mass school shooting off my mind. To be one of those families that lost a loved one is unfathomable. My 10 and 12 year old understood full well the horror of what happened. Both […]

Movies to Stream Before the Oscars

Haven’t seen the movies up for the Oscars yet? You have a chance to see some of the earlier releases at home with a glass of wine and microwave popcorn. Here’s a list of what you can catch and where: The Big Sick Nominated for: best original screenplay Where to see it Amazon Prime (If you don’t have Amazon, you […]

Hudson Restaurant Week is Here!

Hudson Restaurant Week January 22 – February 2, 2018 Hudson’s Restaurant Week is a great excuse to live outside of your comfort zone and let your tastebuds explore a new restaurant in a new town!  Historically, January is a slow month for restaurants so this encourages folks to get out and dine! During the bi-annual celebration […]

Get Your Organic Product at the Summit Winter Farmers Market

The second season of the Summit Winter Farmers Market opens Saturday, January 13! The market will be located at the Calvary Episcopal Church, 31 Woodland Avenue, corner of DeForest Avenue. The market will be open from 9am to 12noon and all vendors will be located inside the building. The market features organic produce, gluten-free products, baked goods, granola, […]

Starbucks Has Officially Crossed the Line

Am I the only one horrified by this?

20+ Things to Do on a Snow Day

Even though we just came back from vacation…I sort of need a vacation…from my vacation. The holidays are exhausting. We all settled in to an unhealthy routine of staying up late and sleeping in. My body (and my children’s bodies) have not adjusted so I am rather thankful for another day to sleep past 7am! […]

How to Predict Whether or Not We’ll Have a Snow Day

Big news at dinner tonight was that there was a 79% chance that we’d have a snow day Thursday. I had heard about a possible snow storm but was curious how my 12 year knew about it. She doesn’t exactly follow the news. She DOES, however, follow–religiously! News to me. Apparently, the Snow Day Calculator began as a […]

A New Years Party…for the Kids!

Make a Kid Hangout Room Set up a kids campout in a tucked away place. Stock it with pillows, sleeping bags, stuffed animals, a few good DVDs and each other’s company will make the night a winner. Stock the room with fun family games like Headbanz and Guestures. Set up video games like Guitar Hero and Just Dance. Ask guest to bring their favorite party […]


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