Mom Life Posts
This mom of two shares her experience and perspective.
Founded in 2016, Pitch Your Peers is a grant giving organization funded entirely by its members. Learn more about the Chicago chapter co-founders, Jennie and Shawna, and how they’ve made an impact on our local communities.
Professional photographer, Nicola Levine of Nicola Levine Photography discusses her favorite tips and tricks for making the most of your photo session!
It’s no secret that the real estate market has picked up in “the burbs” lately. But working ’round the clock’ doesn’t stop Nicole from volunteering at the nonprofit Stepping Stones Network!
In just seconds you can slash the cost of your regular medications.
As parents we’re always looking for ways to get the kids off screens. Check out how North Shore mom, Alison Stolberg has done just that!
Lake Forest resident Rebecca Asfour, owner and master teacher at The Dailey Method Barre + Cycle studio in Vernon Hills and Lake Forest, is passionate about community, movement and wellness, and strives to bring that to everyone she meets!
This personal essay is written by Black North Shore resident, mother and children’s author, Janea D. Harris. The essay poignantly describes her personal experience raising a Black family in America.
Get organized in style with these chic pieces—and meet the moms who started the line.
We speak to the author of one of this summer’s funniest books—all about mom culture.
Many parents are looking to engage their families in activities that show support for the Black community NOW and going FOREVER.
Spring cleaning? What about all of those printed photos? Bonnie Hillman Shay, founder of Mariposa Photo Organizing shares great tips on how to preserve your printed photo collection.
For the last 20 years this Chicago mom of two teens has been the Chief Education Officer of school2life, a vital career resource. Read her superior career advice!
With everyone forced to spend more time at home, it’s a perfect opportunity to declutter and swap out for more eco-friendly options. k.o. ecolife has compiled a list by category below to help this process!
We’ve created a round-up our favorite books, podcasts and Ted Talk recommendations in a tidy list for you!
This week’s profile is the author of a fantastic book empowering women.
Ben Everard is a dad of three who wears many titles—parent, author and producer.
Along with the decision to have a child, the decision to stop having kids is one of the biggest a couple can make.
There’s so much good happening in our communities. ED Nancy Cowles introduces us to Kids In Danger (KID), a 22-year-old local nonprofit striving to help prevent accidental injury to small children one product at a time.
There’s no “right” time to move from the city to the suburbs—but moving in the preschool years can make getting in the mix even easier… here are 5 reasons why from the experts at Suburban Jungle!