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Don’t miss these posts from Smart magazine for the week of Jan. 7, 2013.
After only being engaged for a few weeks, Christian and Abby found a wedding venue they loved. Read about what kind of questions to ask and tips and tricks to find the right venue for you.
YDR online editor and homeschooling mom Joan Concilio Otto busts the myth that homeschooling is impossible if both parents work, or if you’re a single parent, with a huge list of resources to help make it work.
Winter often feels like a three-month stay indoors. Instead of going for a run or having dinner on an outdoor patio, we’re taking over the treadmills and serving up big bowls of stew and other comfort foods. Through the 30 … Continue reading
No matter how far ahead we plan, how long we shop or how much attention we pay to all the details, some gifts will be returned each year. Sometimes it’s a matter of size. Sometimes you already have the gift. … Continue reading
Your boss’ wife is walking toward you, arms outstretched in greeting. Think fast: You saw her this summer at a Revs game and chatted for three innings about starting a garden and how to handle a bumper crop of tomatoes. … Continue reading
Whether you’re serving Thanksgiving (or Christmas dinner) for yourself, your friends, your in-laws or the Queen, you’re bound to have a few social faux pas here and there. For the most part, it doesn’t matter. An example? Last year I … Continue reading