Last week I had the opportunity to chat with the owner of The Max Challenge of Westerville and from the first conversation, I could feel the passion that she has for her new health venture. She invited me to...
Growing up on the east side of Columbus, I was thrilled when the plans for Easton were announced. Watching the evolution of Easton has been exciting and my feelings about the indoor/outdoor shopping and entertainment mega center have matured...
It is a bittersweet journey down memory lane as I scroll through the pictures on my phone and see our sweet family pet. You, our dear fur baby, were with me before I met my husband, before we had a...
Every family has different comfort levels with COVID exposure in public places. For our family, we’ve been pretty cautious. We haven’t eaten inside a restaurant for the past eleven months, nor have we been to friends’ houses without our...
Every year on March 21st, we recognize World Down Syndrome Day. The date is significant, as the 3/21 represents the three copies of the 21st chromosome that each person with Down syndrome has.  We celebrate this important day by launching...
March is National Social Worker Month, a time to spotlight the mission of the profession and its role in advocacy of current issues, creating policy change, and the progress being made in areas like equality and social justice. Social...
camps this summer in Columbus

Summer Camp Guide

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It's hard to believe, but NOW is the time to start the planning process and register for Columbus summer camps. So to help in your planning we've partnered with a ton of wonderful businesses that are highlighted in this...
I decided earlier this year that 2021 would be the year of YES for me. Yes to everything - including celebrating all holidays in a big way. And that includes St. Patrick’s Day! Samantha is a perfect mix of...
If you’re on the search for a list of Columbus Easter Activities or Easter Egg Hunts or places to spot the Easter Bunny, you’ve come to the right spot. There are a few safe options to choose from this...
When I used to watch the Rick Steve’s travel videos, the first thing he said during his Tips for Traveling with Kids video was, “Tip number 1: Leave the kids at home with Grandma and Grandpa.” I agree with...

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Exploring Easton’s Expansion District

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Growing up on the east side of Columbus, I was thrilled when the plans for Easton were announced. Watching the evolution of Easton has...
dining in an igloo in Columbus

Igloo Dining in Columbus