Summer camps are a beautiful thing, especially when they align with your values and you feel like you designed the curriculum yourself. Land’s Sake is a wonderful place that has offering for all ages. My children both enrolled in Green Power last year (as did at least a dozen of their friends) and it is fantastic!
Green Power: ages 13 to 17 For 13 through . . . → Read More: Summer Programs for Teens
Although the cold and short days of February are just upon us, it’s already time to make plans for the summer. Yes, already. I have been getting inundated with mailings and emails and maybe a little stressed that I don’t have the summer planned – I voted for a beach house but so far that’s not happening.
What to do? Where to look?
Start with . . . → Read More: Summer Opportunities
How do you get and stay organized? By asking better organized people how they manage. Use your phone – ask friends, search online. I found a really great suggestion from the Tyson® Any’tizers® Snacks “School Year Survival Guide” on Facebook. . . . → Read More: Three Ways to Keep Your Schedule Together
Recently I attended a blogger lunch at Massachusetts General Hospital – that’s Mass General or MGH to you locals, or just the General. It was a nice lunch to introduce local bloggers to the work the people at MGH for Children are doing. Fantastic work. Three wonderfully engaging, knowledgeable and enthusiastic doctors took time to speak to us about their specialties and we even got . . . → Read More: Massachusetts General Hospital for Children