The big yellow bus that comes down the road to pick up my sons for school provides mixed emotions. It means I can finally start my own work day. However,...
Tis the season for New Year's resolutions and, for a lot of us, getting in better shape is on the list. My son recently asked me if he could exercise with me, which got me thinking about ways you could keep your own New Year's resolution to get in shape while incorporating your kids, too. ...Read more 0
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is seeking submissions from students in grades six through 12 for the annual essay contest. The scholarship program's goal is to create appreciation and understanding among people of differing religions, races, cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. ...Read more 0
I have always loved school supply shopping. This year I purchased the items my daughter needed for class and each trip back to the store I keep an “eye” on supplies that are going on clearance so I can stock up for home and for extras to give to the teacher throughout the year. ...Read more 12
All families can enjoy savings with the sales tax holiday, which runs Friday, Aug. 4 through Sunday, Aug. 6. Consumers are exempt from paying state and local sales tax on clothing and footwear that cost up to $75 per item, as well as school supplies up to $20 per item. It covers all retailers, both online and brick and mortar, that sell these goods to Ohio residents. Check out the list of eligible items your family can purchase, even if you don't have kids going back to school. ...Read more 0
Northeast Ohio Parent blogger Jen Rome, from Why CLE?, proves that while Cedar Point is a great place for high speed thrills, it's also a good destination for families with young children. Read about what the amusement park offers for the toddler and preschooler crowd, as well as tips for making the most of the day while you're there. ...Read more 0