Even under the best circumstances, two siblings sharing a bedroom can be…trying. There never seems to be enough space for both of them, and it always seems like everyone’s stuff is getting lost or being misused in some way. This can go double for things like flu season, when two kids in a confined […]

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  If nothing else, 2020 has reliably shown us exactly how many different roles our homes will fulfill. At various points it’s been an office, a restaurant, a movie theater, a classroom, and probably some combination of them. While some of it hasn’t been all bad, actually – cue all the memes about taking work […]

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  This school year has been a particularly turbulent one, no matter how old your kids may be. Confusion over how long schools will be reopened, difficulties adapting to virtual/distance learning, and the feeling of uncertainty we all have has come together to make 2020 a difficult year for students of any age. College students […]

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  Kitchens – a timeless design that somehow seems to change pretty dramatically year-to-year. Every time we turn around, it feels like some interior designer has “bold and innovative” new ideas for your kitchen that, frankly, just don’t work in the real world. Maybe the colors are too weird, maybe it requires too much remodeling, […]

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  Somehow, even more than usual, this school year has been fraught with a whole new host of challenges and frustrations for parents and students alike. Especially if your kids are taking their classes fully online, the new normal that COVID-19 has created for the foreseeable future has taken a lot of getting used to […]

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  The start of the school year is always an equally exciting and stressful time for kids, but this year can make it a lot harder on a lot of people. The various restrictions and complications brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has made the new school year tougher than ever. Many kids aren’t even […]

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  As the school year begins, teachers, parents, and schools alike are all struggling to figure out exactly how to handle the return to class. Many schools have gone fully-digital, many have adopted a blended approach (half-virtual, half-in-person), but a rare few are still forced to have their classes in-person for a variety of reasons. […]

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