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How The Car We Never Bought Changed My Life

By womenandco

As soon as our third child was born, friends started asking when we were buying a minivan. We could see their point. Fitting two car seats and a booster seat into the back of our hatchback was a challenge, especially on cold winter days when we had to freeze our fingers digging under the car ... Read More

Downtown Minneapolis with Kids: An Insider’s Guide

By MiniTime

Amy Zelenka, the National Account Executive of Meet Minneapolis Convention & Visitors Association, contributed this to MiniTime. Kid-Friendly Destinations   Suggested Itinerary in 10 Easy Steps: 1. Organic breakfast at French Meadow Bakery 2. Childish Film Festival at Min... Read More

Best Family-Friendly Ski Resorts in Wyoming

By MiniTime

Camille Miller contributed this to MiniTime. Family Travel Attractions Remember the thrill of your first downhill ski run? Remember the giggle you let slip as last year's powder slipped inside your collar? Give your kids the opportunity to create those same memorable experiences as you exp... Read More

How to Combine a Disney World and Universal Orlando Vacation

By MiniTime

Siera Duiser of Destinations in Florida contributed this on behalf of MiniTime. Orlando is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, especially for families. With fantastic theme parks, great shopping, and varied dining, there’s something for every member of the family to en... Read More

Thinking About Buying a Second Home? Start Here.

By womenandco

For Women & Co. by Stephanie Taylor Christensen, Wellness on Less Longing to extend the lazy days of summer by purchasing a vacation home? Here are some of the financial and lifestyle factors to think about before you take the plunge and buy a second property. Location, location, locat... Read More

3 Crucial Concerns When Grandparents Help with College Costs

By womenandco

For Women & Co. by Stephanie Taylor Christensen, Wellness on Less Perhaps your parents are in a position to make a significant contribution to your children’s college funds—allowing you, as a parent, some welcome tuition-related relief. It’s smart to maximize their generous offer to... Read More

How to Choose the Best Computer for Your Student

By womenandco

For Women & Co. by Jeana Lee Tahnk, Cool Mom Tech   With school season upon us, we’re once again faced with those endless lists of kids’ needs: new clothes, sneakers, school supplies, and backpacks. As they get older and delve deeper into the world of academia, there’s yet a... Read More

Homework and the Working Parent: 7 Tips

By womenandco

For Women & Co. by Ana Connery When I was a kid, my working mom rarely helped me with my homework. She came home exhausted and well after 5 p.m., which isn’t exactly the recipe for homework success. If I needed help, I could ask my Spanish-speaking grandmother, but that didn’t always ... Read More

5 Ways an App Can Help You Find Your Dream Home

By womenandco

For Women & Co. by Stephanie Taylor Christensen, Wellness on Less The advantages of using a real estate app may seem obvious: Not only can they match you with the right real estate agent or broker, these apps for home-hunters can also tell you when new properties come on the market, and w... Read More

4 Inexpensive Ways to Cozy Up Your Home for Fall

By womenandco

With autumn right around the corner, you may find your thoughts turning from the beach and your backyard to your living room and den. It’s natural to want to retreat indoors as the weather gets chillier, so take a few hours to make your home a warm, cozy retreat from the outside world. Here ar... Read More