Optimizing Your Optical Health in This Digital Time

For a girl who has worn glasses all her life, my optical health is important to me. By the end of a work day, my eyes have had it! The change over from our...

5 Reading Tips for Supporting Literacy at Home

As an educator, I get asked two questions every year multiple times, "What can I do at home to help my child with reading?" and "What apps can we download for reading?" Although these...

Mount Clemens: Detroit Moms’ Favorite Metro Area Cities

About 25 miles northeast of Detroit is the diverse city of Mount Clemens. Established in 1818, it is famously known for its history deeply rooted in mineral baths which is where it got its...

Socially Distant Play Dates: 5 Tips for a House-Hopping Summer

Given the state of affairs, our usual summer activities such as going to the splash pad, high tailing it to the beach, and going camping are looking very different this year. While our state...

Social Media Etiquette 2020: Quarantine Edition

Now that so many of us are home for awhile, it seems like the only way for us to be social is via social media. While this is a wonderful platform for us to...

Spice it Up While Cooped Up: 9 Creative at-Home Dates

Most of us are spending A TON of time together right now in our homes with our spouses or significant others. Staying at home during this pandemic has changed the daily routine. By the...

Avoid the Holiday Hullabaloo and Start Your Own Traditions

Every year right around November when all of the stores start to decorate for the holidays, something else returns: holiday anxiety. I aimlessly stare at the calendar and think to myself, How are we...

5 Things to Do to Prepare for the Baby

As new moms, we try to prepare for the baby as early as possible. We scour the internet, read reviews, and then register for ALL of the latest and greatest baby items. Sure bottles,...

Introducing Sabrina French…a St. Clair Mom

The Clem I grew up in Mount Clemens, a diverse city about 40 minutes east of Detroit. It was here where I learned to love people for who they are, and the culture they come...