While I have worked on a college campus for over 20 years, I recently became a student myself again after almost two decades. As someone who loves a good deal, you better believe I have been taking advantage of my student
As we gear up for fall and the start to the school year, I fear that the fall TV lineup is not going to be what we are used to. With production on hold indefinitely due to the pandemic, and a
Wondering what to do with the last few weeks of summer? Plan a trip to Door County! With mask mandates and physical distancing in place, things will definitely be a bit different than usual. But isn’t pretty much everything right now?
Camping is one of our favorite family activities. Perrot State Park in Trempealeau, WI offers great camping and hiking options along the Mississippi River. Check it out!
If you have been considering continuing your education, but aren’t sure how you’ll manage, you can do it! Learn how four local moms did it, in my most recent post for Madison Mom.
Meet Katie Lorenz, owner of Campo Alpaca, an online shop that offers fair trade alpaca fiber clothing and accessories made in Peru.
Earlier this year, I started a new series for the blog called “SHOP LOCAL: Meet the Mom Behind…” to feature some of my favorite local businesses, along with the moms who run them. “SHOP ONLINE: Meet…” is a spin-off of that
So, we are all stuck at home for an undetermined amount of time. Governor Evers says until April 24th, but we all know that the “Safer at Home” order in Wisconsin might last longer than that, along with the worldwide COVID-19
It’s hard not to smile when you peruse the many unique, locally-sourced and handmade gifts at Booth 121, a specialty retail store on Monona Drive on Madison’s east side. From clothing and accessories to candles and other home decor, Booth 121
As an avid shopper, I particularly love shopping local boutiques in Dane County for unique and on-trend clothing and accessories. In addition to great pieces and prices, one of the benefits of “shopping small” is developing personal connections with store owners