Nurture

If ever there was a year to travel in Canada with your family, this is it. We’re blessed with jaw-dropping landscapes, thrilling outdoor adventures and a trove of diverse cultural experiences. I should know—I’ve spent the past year criss-crossing the country in search of the top destinations for families for my book 25 Places in
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For better or worse, pandemic restrictions are lifting across the country. Masks are coming off, people can gather and travel, and there’s a tentative sense of hope in the air (until the next variant comes along, anyway). There are a lot of “new normals” I won’t miss about the last two years (cutting my own
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We’ve compiled the most effective ways to pull a stain out of your kids’ wardrobe. As a parent you quickly find out that “dirty clothes” has a whole new meaning. While you previously thought your jeans were filthy after three wears with not a stain in sight, you’re now contending with pint-sized pants decorated with
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And other things I learned when my best mom-friend moved away. I was roaming a consignment store last spring, stealing a rare moment for myself, when my friend Hannah called. She was sobbing. “We’re moving,” she told me though her tears, “to the Island.” My mind fogged over. I think I muttered something lame, possibly,
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From super helpful to absolutely hilarious, these podcasts are your new go-to’s for when you’re cleaning, commuting or going on a stroller walk. 1. The Double Shift A show about women who are challenging how society sees mothers and how we see ourselves. Sample episode: “On Not Having It All” 2. The Longest Shortest Time
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