by Mir Kamin
It’s not that you’re trying to be embarrassing, really, it’s just that your teenager is obligated to be mortified about your existence. Minimize the pain.
Worried that your teen is the only one whose lunch isn’t Pinterest-worthy? Allow me to make you feel a lot better about your life (and lunch) choices.
You’ll never buy granola bars from the store again, once you see how easy it is to make a delicious and protein-packed version at home, yourself.
As teens leave behind ever-widening digital footprints, do their interactions deserve privacy? I don’t think so, and my kids know where I stand.
Sure, we have a color-coded family calendar hanging in our kitchen… but the events I most wish I could schedule remain maddeningly unpredictable.
Need a looks-fancy-but-it’s-not quick-and-easy dinner packed with veggies and protein? If you’ve got eggs around, you can make a frittata.
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