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Unconventional gift exchanges can bring families together and take away some of the anxiety surrounding this busy time of year.
Athletics aside, superstitious was never a word used as an adjective for Laura Burkey. Until fishing season.
Just let the holidays happen by creating time and space to be with your family and friends.
This week, manners expert Heidi Thomas will explore ways to be socially Smart during Thanksgiving, whether you are a guest or hosting family and friends.
Instead of the Big Top, picture any venue: The driveway. The park. Or even the grocery store.
Susan Jennings says even when you’re at your wit’s end, kids never seem to reach theirs.
Now that she is grown with a child of her own, Cathy Hirko says she is glad she and her dad now take the time to talk about his life-history.
Sarah Chain often follows in her sister’s footsteps, but says that older siblings are supposed to pave the way.
Susan Jennings’ 2½-year-old daughter Lily is starting to potty train — and their whole house is excited.
Smart editor April Trotter says her little sister has been ready for a job in teaching her entire life.