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Vacuuming daily is one of the best things to do for dust allergies. But who has time for that?
Poodles can do everything Labrador retrievers do — and look fabulous while doing it.
She wants presents, nice behavior and a decent meal — and she doesn’t think that’s too much to ask.
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ACME Farms + Kitchen from Bellingham offers local, mostly organic food kits at a competitive price.
A drive to Kennewick leads Jenny Bardsley to reflect on her last 10 years of parenthood.
Amazon’s voice-activated assistant — by way of the Echo and Echo Dot — helps this family stay on task.
The toy store chain is closing or selling all of its U.S. stores — more than 700 of them — in 2018.
This mom loves the idea of fresh eggs but doesn’t need the extra work a backyard chicken coop brings.
Proponents of the 15-pound blankets say they promote a sense of well-being and combat insomnia.
Jennifer Bardsley has a hard time spelling words correctly. And it’s not her fault.
Construction is at a high and housing prices are up, but what are we losing?
That Girl Scout at the grocery store isn’t just selling cookies, she’s part of a sisterhood of women.
“Zone cleaning” is to do one step at a time, which means that chores aren’t overwhelming.
Is there a correlation between weight gain and the small appliances we keep on our kitchen counters?
The education advocate wrote the definitive book on homeschooling from the classical perspective.
In her new book, homeschool advocate Susan Wise Bauer empowers parents to put children first.
Jennifer Bardsley planned her whole outfit, right down to her underwear, to try to stay comfy.
Jennifer Bardsley plans to take her family on two-week roadtrip through Canada in a tent trailer.
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