When you’re in the Big Apple, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum should be on your shortlist of landmarks to visit.
Straddling the US/Canada border, the Thousand Islands region sits on the Saint Lawrence River. This archipelago boasts over 1,800 islands, varying in size from barely-enough-room-to-stand to over 40 square miles. Whether you’re exploring on the water or spending time in the towns dotting both shores, there’s plenty to do and see in the Thousand Islands. […]
Some months ago, I spent a few days in Atlanta for work. A cursory search for offbeat and budget-friendly attractions showed me that Atlanta is home to a bevy of impressive street art, and I knew I had to make time to see some. With the limited time I had in the ATL, I was […]
I’m all for incentivizing good and behavior. However, I kicked off this parenting gig being pretty lax about enforcing rules. In practice, I ended up exacting the most benign of punishments, often failing to follow through with both consequences and rewards. And so a few years ago, mildly annoyed by yet another request for a […]
2018 was a good year. Here’s where we (or in a couple of cases, just I) traveled: Vermont Las Vegas Virginia Beach The Poconos The Riviera Maya, Mexico Atlanta Notable Happenings January Went to Vermont, and finally felt like I had a handle on snowboarding (also gained a whole lot of confidence) on Stratton’s wide, powdery […]
Succulents are a wonderful way to introduce children to the world of gardening! Putting together an indoor succulent dish garden with your little one is a great way to spend family time. Plus, indoor gardening as a learning activity is an exercise in creative expression that also doubles as an opportunity for kid-sized lessons in […]