San Francisco is a biker’s Mecca. The city is very accessible on bike and the mild climate makes most days good biking days. You can grab city bikes to tour the Financial District or Valencia Street. Or try electric bicycles to tackle the Marin Headlands. Either way, you’re going to see some amazing scenery.
Going camping can be a great family summertime activity. However, it isn’t always a practical option for everyone. Whether it’s where you live, the cost, health complications, or you just don’t have the time, camping outdoors can be more difficult for some than others. If you and your kids are looking to share in camping activities together but you just can’t make it work in the great outdoors, consider options for setting up in your own home. Here are a few ways that you can satisfy your family’s need for a camping trip without ever having to go outside.
Your child could spend hundreds of hours playing outside this summer, and you need to make sure that your yards remain as safe and secure as possible. With a few simple upgrades and repairs, you can greatly reduce your child’s risk of a serious accident or injury and make your yard safe.
As hard as we try to prevent it, children are bound to get sick at one time or another. While it’s perfectly normal for your child to catch a cold and even a stomach bug, there may something else going on if they are sick more often than not.
When you tell someone ‘I’m a stay at home mum,’ you will get mixed reactions. Some think stay at home mums are lazy, while others think of them as heroes who have decided to put their families first. Whatever the opinion, the number of stay at home mums today is at an all-time high and will most likely increase.
While being pregnant can sometimes feel like a big pain, whatever the season, summer tends to be particularly hard on a parent-to-be. If you’re feeling like one sweaty mass of pregnancy, it might be time to find one of these summer must haves for a little mid-heatwave revitalization.
As much as we might all want to feel amazing in life, at all times, that doesn’t always happen. We have ups and downs, we go through tough times, and we make some incredible accomplishments too. But at the same time, in order to monopolize on that, you absolutely need to make sure that you are in control of your own life. At some point, you have to acknowledge that life is not happening to you – it’s happening for you. And you can totally choose to have an amazing life. But if you’re overworked and overwhelmed, you’re not in the best possible position to do this. In fact, you may actually be on a downward sleep to burnout – and that’s never going to be great for you.
Moving to a new state is a challenge for everyone. Even adults who are excited about moving to a new city may struggle to adjust. For toddlers, who thrive off routine and consistency, relocating to a new state can be difficult to cope with. Take these four suggestions into consideration to help your little one prepare to welcome their new home with open arms.
Whether you are new to coin collecting, you have only been dabbling in this hobby on the side or you have recently inherited someone else’s chaotic collection, now is the time to clean up your act. Many people simply store their coins loosely in a plastic bag or a box. This may be placed on a closet shelf, in the garage or in another out-of-the-way area. Your coin collection is a valuable asset, and it likely has historical significance as well. This is something that should be protected as well as displayed, and these tips can help you to do that.
Now that rainy season is approaching, you want to get your home ready for the inevitable heavy wind and rain. Avoiding damage from leaks, floods, and strong winds is easy enough as long as you take the necessary precautions to fortify your house. With that in mind, here are some of the first things that should grab your attention.