Science Podcasts for Kids

Wow in the World Podcast from NPR

I don’t think I’m alone in my love of podcasts. Millions of moms use them to fill the void in soccer practices, school pickup lines and our commutes. In fact, I’ve been boring my kids with them for years (for some reason they just don’t connect with Terry Gross of Fresh … Continue reading

Where to Eat in Big Sky

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A world class ski resort needs a few things. First, great reliable snow. Second, luxurious lodgings. Third, they need great food. If you’re heading to Big Sky anytime soon, I’ve got a slew of great ideas on where to eat in Big Sky Montana. Where to Eat in Big Sky … Continue reading

5 Ways to Celebrate National Parks

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Do you know how many national parks there are in the United States? Including national forests, monuments, and battlefields, there are a whopping 417 and this month during National Park Week, Saturday, April 16th to Sunday, April 24th, weekend entrance to ALL of those parks will be free! Here are five … Continue reading

Spring Skiing in Utah


While most mountains on the East Coast are wrapping things up in March, in Utah, ski season is still going strong. In fact, the snow just keeps on coming! Did you know that in Utah an average of 6.7’ of snow falls during April. Yes, that’s SIX FEET SEVEN INCHES (FYI … Continue reading

Travel Inspired Style

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I’m experiencing some major travel envy right now. It’s February break and it seems that everyone is on vacation… Everyone but me, of course. Facebook and Instagram are  chock-full of amazing family getaway pics—bronzed moms lounging on the beach with sleeping babies, fearless toddlers belly-flopping into palatial pools, and happy … Continue reading