Years ago, a wise and trusted friend -- a veteran mother - told me that the summer before sophomore year of high school was the summer for crossing over, the summer of risk, the summer when all of those things you were scared about in junior high didn't seem so bad.
Have you ever tried putting sunscreen on a toddler? Imagine greasing a back-talking cake pan who has been given the gift of questions while also holding his younger sister, a slippery watermelon with "boundary issues." Does that sound fun?
Warm weather. Sunny skies. Beach Days. Family BBQs. Summer is finally here. While kids are rejoicing, parents are freaking out. Sooner or later it hits all parents that kids are home from school for THREE months. That's 90 days of kids all day. Every day.
Summer is the elusive time in between semesters when students take a break from law school, but continue to work hard as students of the law. Very quickly, they learn that summers may not be quite as glamorous and relaxing as portrayed.
That's right, eaters and drinkers -- you have to drink more to drink better.
No surprises here, the average price of California hotels is the highest you'll find when booking your summer vacation this year.
These types of problems can be found on your feet as rough, dry, cracked heels, callus/corn formation on the toes or balls of your feet and arch cramps or fatigue from all the long walks or vacation shopping that accompany summer activities.
Kids don't care if the water is only 50 degrees, foul-smelling, green and filled with last summer's bugs and diseases. As soon as their bathing suit is on and the American flag is hanging high, they are off and running for the closest water source.
Memorial Day weekend signaled the beginning of Citi Bike season in New York City, and everyone wants to look their best with the breeze blowing through their hair. After months of dark stationary indoor cycling, it's time to get back out there.
It's not surprising that May signifies both the official kickoff to summer and Skin Cancer Awareness month. It's a great reminder to protect your skin...
During a summer weekend, many of us look forward to family activities, going to a beach, eating good food, or maybe just catching up on Mad Men. (Don't spoil the finale for me!) But while you are enjoying your leisure time, you can also be networking. Here are three tips to incorporate networking into your summer weekends!
Want to know how to spot a pregnant woman at a summer party? We're the sweating ones staring longingly at the ice cold beers while violently adjusting the bathing suit top that just can hold up our ever-growing pregnancy boobs
Graduating from high school and heading off to college is a major milestone, irrefutable proof of their growing independence. The music swells along with our hearts. Our love for them and our hope for their future defies words. So we cry.
Let's make the most of this. You've got outdoor movies to see, concerts in the park to hear and cheese to eat on a picnic blanket. Whip out the calendar and take notes. This is your guide to outdoor summer culture in N.Y.C..
Edible flowers are a fun and an easy way to add color and flavor to all sorts of dishes.
Soak up barefoot island life and explore the pristine surroundings of these idyllic spots.