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Here’s an exhausting metaphor for you: Raising a teenager is like running 97 marathons in a row.
Her Girl Scout troop was earning their Staying Fit badge. In front of them were 10 snack items.
When you combine the two, they become a potent cleaning force that will transform your shower.
When you return from Hawaii to find yourself locked out of the house, vacation is officially over.
If you needed to leave your house in a hurry, could you do it?
Today’s communication problems between parents and teens seem to be getting more about technology.
A character in Jennifer Bardsley’s new novel speaks with a lisp — as she did when she was a child.
The Olympus Spa in Lynnwood is for women only. Sorry guys, this Valentine’s Day treat isn’t for you.
The popular eating challenge taught Jennifer Bardsley a thing or two about food and behavior.
That matching set of pots and pans you got for your wedding? Yeah, they probably won’t last 20 years.
We are raising a generation that places their faith in social media instead of vetted journalists.
Toys R Us is dead, but don’t worry — America’s favorite board game is alive and well.
Did you get a pressure cooker for Christmas? Here are two recipes to try that busy families love.
The last photo album she finished was in 2015. Soon it will be 2019, and she’ll be four years behind.
The Bardsley family spent a week on the Disney Fantasy cruising around the Caribbean.
She hasn’t even boarded the boat yet, but she can already tell it won’t be like any other vacation.
Have you heard of the Swedish principle “lagom”? Loosely translated, it means “just the right amount.”
Danger lurks around every corner, especially on social media. Gun violence, drug use, depression …
She gave up knitting and crocheting 13 years ago due to tendinitis and carpel tunnel. It hurts.
The Red Twig Bakery & Cafe makes this columnist’s (unofficial) list of Snohomish County hall-of-famers.