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Weekend FAMILY Fun (May 8-10)

celebrate mother's day at home this weekend

Moms, you’ve been busy these past two months. In addition to your “normal” work and household responsibilities, you’ve had to help kids with schoolwork and then keep them occupied for the rest of the day. You’ve probably been cooking more meals than ever before—and doing more dishes, too. And you’re …

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How to Give Yourself a Manicure, According to an Expert

How to give yourself a manicure at home during quarantine

Missing your gel or dip manicures while we’re social distancing? The silver lining is that going a few weeks or—gasp!—months without them will allow your nails to get stronger as they grow out, explains Lauren Dunne, co-founder of Varnish Lane, a nail salon with three locations in D.C. Regularly applying …

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Mom Life: Jess Smith

Meet Jess Smith, a pediatric physical therapist and mom of three from Arlington, VA

A pediatric physical therapist, Jess Smith is responsible for the physical therapy needs of all the children admitted to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, where she’s worked for 18 years. At home in Arlington, Jess and her husband, Chris, are responsible for the needs of their three children: Addison, 13; Mackenzie, …

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Easy Homemade Face Mask Recipes for Glowing Skin

Homemade Face Mask Recipes for Moms

It’s been an emotional few months, and if the stress of the pandemic is starting to show on your face, you’re not alone. Although a visit to the spa isn’t on the agenda this Mother’s Day, you can turn your bathroom into a relaxing retreat and treat yourself to a …

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3 Brunch Cocktails to Enjoy on Mother’s Day

Three brunch cocktails for Mother's Day

Mother’s Day brunch at your favorite restaurant may not be possible this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make breakfast in your kitchen feel a bit more effervescent with some delicious brunch cocktails. Ginny Lawhorn, founder of Baltimore Cocktail Week, recommends “low-octane cocktails”—cocktails that are brighter, more refreshing and …

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Editor’s Letter: Breaking the Monotony

Celebrating birthdays and holidays during coronavirus | Washington FAMILY magazine

I have to be honest: I thought this would get easier. I thought the longer we had to stay at home—working, helping our kids with school, social distancing from family and friends—the easier it would be to adjust to our “new normal.” I believed that having the same daily routine …

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Coping with Coronavirus as a Type A Mom

coping with coronavirus as a type a mom

“I am totally flexible … as long as everything is exactly the way I want it.” Does that sound like you? It sums me up perfectly. I epitomize the Type A personality: I thrive on to-do lists, organization, perfectionism and being control. Control, however, is something the coronavirus pandemic has …

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Weekend FAMILY Fun at Home (May 1-3)

Weekend Family Fun at Home in DC | #AwesomeConOnline

AwesomeCon, the District’s version of Comic Con, has been postponed until December, but there’s still a lot of awesome to be had this weekend. Starting Friday, May 1, comic book fans can participate in #AwesomeConOnline, featuring a full itinerary of virtual fun, including live Q&A’s with Ross Marquand of “The …

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July 11, 2020

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