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From near-misses with crow poop to scoring bleach at the pharmacy, this is what passes for excitement.
A former teacher offers easy tips for distancing learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
High school seniors aren’t the only students who missed out on rites of passage because of COVID-19.
Her 15-year-old son is baking popovers, English muffins and loaves of bread with the fermented dough.
From redress to hashtags, the words and phrases in our protest lexicon change with the times.
The coronavirus isn’t stopping these Snohomish County girls from earning badges and awards.
With the help of a label maker, this mom is reorganizing foods by expiration date instead of type.
As we wait out the coronavirus outbreak, you may just find yourself turning into a grandmother.
This mom will never forget when her kids, 9 and 4, fought over who would make her breakfast in bed.
Parents drinking to excess may be teaching their children that when the going gets tough, it’s time to hit the bottle.
“When I was your age, I wasn’t allowed to go to school. It was a canceled because of a pandemic.”
She watched a groomer give a poodle a new ‘do on YouTube before trying out the clippers herself.
What makes a home a home isn’t the latest decor trends, but whether it’s lived in.
Pick your protein, starch and veggies, cut them into 1-inch chunks and bake in the oven. Dinner’s served.
This family ordered their new toilet just in time. Now bidets are either sold out or on back-order.
Here are five high-interest activities for kids that will give you 20 minutes of quiet time.
The “Leave It to Beaver” mom set an example for keeping things on an even keel in dystopian times.
We have a great opportunity to be a source of strength and support for one another.
Classes combine weights, cardio, stretching and mindfulness into a simple-to-follow hour of exercise.
All she wants is to get through one supper — just one — without mentioning bodily functions.