Road Trips with Kids Survival Guide

    June 20, 2017

    Road Trip with Kids

    I know I’m not alone in my feelings of hating being in the car, especially when it involves small children for more than an hour or two. Road trips with kids can be torture. You may as well strap me into a dental chair for those several hours because that’s how painful it is to me.

    I’ve come to realize, though, that as painful as traveling with children can be, there are definitely ways to make it less so. Planning ahead is the key on road trips with kids. We’ve got some of our favorite tips below. Continue Reading

  • What I Wish I Knew in High School: A Letter to Myself

    June 2, 2017

      It was 1997. Oh how twenty years flies! I was sitting in my sophomore honors English class at Hillcrest High School. We had just been instructed by Ms. Sandy Clark to write a letter to ourselves to…

  • Our Favorite Best Kept Secrets in Washington, D.C.

    May 23, 2017

      If we had a dollar for every time someone asked us what the best places are to visit in Washington, D.C., we’d be rich women. It’s either that, or if friends have visited our nation’s capital before,…

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    A Dozen Books to Get Your Kids Excited about America

    May 4, 2017

      Looking for some good patriotic reads for your kids? Well, it just so happens to be  Children’s Book Week and we’ve got our favorite lineup of patriotic children’s books ready to share with you. Most of these…

  • How My Most Embarrassing Moment Made the News

    March 31, 2017

        I could tell you about the time I hit a parked car in college while an old boyfriend watched nearby, or how when I was a reporter I filmed the wrong house for a…

  • How to Get White House Easter Egg Roll Tickets!

    March 17, 2017

    Have you heard of the White House Easter Egg Roll? It’s basically a giant Easter themed festival/party that takes place on the South Lawn of the White House every Monday after Easter. This year’s Egg Roll is on…

  • Raising Children Who Serve Others

    February 13, 2017

    Teach your Children to Serve and Spread Some Love this Valentine’s Day By Brittany It’s no secret that we live in a world where we are encouraged to think of ourselves as often as possible. There are entire…

  • The Art of Saying ‘Thank You’

    January 18, 2017

    By: Andrea I don’t recall how many wedding presents my husband and I gave this past year. A half dozen,  maybe more? But I can easily count how many thank you cards we got in return: two. Just two.…

  • “The City of Presidents” and A New Years Resolution

    January 16, 2017

    By: Brittany I’m definitely a big city kind of girl. The skyscrapers, the hustle and bustle, sights and sounds of coming and going, the shopping, the eating, the lights, the feeling of something always happening–I love…

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    The Family Business: Politics

    January 16, 2017

    By: Brittany Growing up, my family ate dinner together nearly every single night. We talked about a lot of things around the dinner table, but politics was definitely not one of them. So, if you would…

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