The 100th day of school finally arrived and the kids couldn’t be happier with the fun activities that were waiting for them when they entered through the decorative 100 day sign.   Throughout the week the students created a 100 day quilt with 100 water colored pieces. B’s is #66.   Related Post: 100th Day Of School DIY Project Looking for some great classroom activities? Try these.   100 Fruit Loops Necklace:  What You Need: Box of “Froot Loops” or other similar rainbow-colored...

I must admit I am an avid follower of Pinterest…I love the glossy, bright images from hair tutorials to classroom projects…I am an addict and can’t help but wonder how cool it must be to create an exact replica.  So over the weekend, I decided to put my love of Pinterest to the test.  But regardless of how closely I followed the directions, it just didn’t end up like the picture.  Keep reading and find out if and how I redemmed myself. ...

Do you remember last year’s Dr. Seuss preschool project? Well, since the kids and I had such a blast celebrating all things Dr. Seuss, we just had to keep the tradition going.  So in honor of our most recent favorite Dr. Seuss tale, we decided on The Lorax – check out this easy and most treasured arts and craft project to date. ...

Today, my friend Jennifer will explore how to build your resume if you are looking to go back to the work force after a gap of being a SAHM. Here’s a Q&A on some guidance around how to make your resume and cover letter stand out, including a list of things to avoid, too. ...

Whether you have one, two or even three kids why do family members and yes even your closest friends feel the need to pressure you about having more kids? ...

Disclaimer: Compensation was provided by Nissan Altima via Mode Media. All views and opinions are solely of MommyPosh. When “having it all” is mentioned in a conversation, usually an eye roll follows. Is this because there is no such thing as “having it all”? Are we living in a fairytale if we think having it all is really such a thing? Some people may think that having the perfect house, the perfect career or the vast amount of friends you have on social media defines “having it all”. While having the “perfect” everything...

Not only is a great night sleep important for us moms but, what we do before we go to bed is even more important. Not only are we in a better mood, but are organized and thus becomes the foundation of your whole day. Here are seven things to do before heading to bed. Read: This can be an opportunity to learn new stuff, get inspired, generate ideas or challenge your mind with some philosophical topics. Access the next day:  Make a to-do list, think of all the tasks – big or small – you need to get done tomorrow,...

For a headache-free valentine’s day night outfit, do the casual thing with your significant other. Layer a jacket over a lacy top paired with  and—actually, that’s it—it’s that easy. Best part is, the sexy-yet-modest look will leave him wanting more. ...

Working up a sweat is great when you’re at the gym, but not so great when you’re worrying about a breakout. Though physical activity is beneficial for every part of your body, your pores will get clogged if you don’t take proper skincare steps.  New York Dermatologist, Dr. Jeremy Fenton, Schweiger Dermatology Group, reveals tips on how to avoid dreaded exercise acne.  ...

By now you have been following my son’s Kindergarten school projects from Turkey in Disguise to decorating your gingerbread man and today I’ll be sharing with you our 100th Day of School project, as well as,  some cute and cleaver ones found over the web. ...

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