Are you staying active?

This blog post will be a little different than what you’re used to. Being that the sun is finally out people in New England love to get out once the weather hits above 50F. I, for one, am out and about for work, for fun, and a little exercise. Now, let me be clear exercise does not equal fun for me but I wanted to share … More Are you staying active? »

Fall is here!

  It’s official, fall is upon us! The leaves in the trees are beginning to turn various shades of red, yellow, and orange color. You can feel the rain getting closer, and of course it’s getting colder. What does this mean for the average person? It means, adding more steps … More Fall is here! »

Back to School Tips

  Sadly the days at the beach are over and that brings us to the Back-to-school madness. The process is overwhelming for the entire family, sometimes more so for the parents. After working with families for several years what I’ve seen is people get overwhelmed and begin shoving anything and … More Back to School Tips »

Are you ready for Thanksgiving?

It’s that time of the year again. Turkeys are everywhere (literally!) – walking around the neighborhood, lounging on a store shelf, hiding in your freezer. If you are little behind with your preparation for the big feast, don’t worry, there are ways for you to catch up on your To-Do … More Are you ready for Thanksgiving? »

New In Town?

It is fall and here in Boston it means lots and lots of new residents: college students, people moving for work, or just to start over. The city is not big but big enough, great for walking and bicycling. Lately I find myself helping people that are new to the … More New In Town? »

A New Way To Enjoy Autumn In New England

If you are from Boston area most likely you know that the Fall is one of the best seasons – colorful leaves, cooler temperatures, beautiful nature, corn mazes, apple and pumpkin picking. There are so many places you could visit to enjoy all of those things. The well-known website Boston.com … More A New Way To Enjoy Autumn In New England »

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