These days, when observing families with a mom and a dad, it would be rather shortsighted to assume the default parent is Mom. Today’s father isn’t exactly rolling home after a hard day at work to have dinner served to him along with his pipe and slippers, otherwise disconnected from the domestic goings-on. Not hardly.
You've mastered a makeup technique that makes you look glowing and youthful. You've found your favorite anti-aging lotion and eye cream. And you obviously wear sunscreen. You're good, right? Not quite.
Yes, immense income and professional stature certainly count in culling our list of the most formidable women with kids 18 and under. But also on our checklist is the ability to influence and inspire us to reach higher and further in building better lives for ourselves—as well as the sway to elicit thought and change by advocacy and sheer proxy of example.
A NYC mom shares the five steps of sending your kid to sleepaway camp for the first time.
Did your mom ever warn you against venturing outside into the cold with wet hair? Or has your grandma scolded you for jumping into a pool less than 30 minutes after eating? When it comes to health, old wives’ tales abound. But are there kernels of truth to be found in them?