Even for a supply lover like me (another pack of post-it notes? Don’t mind if I do), the frenzy of Back-To-School shopping can take it’s toll on the emotions and the wallet!
Today we’re so happy to be able to share a guest post from local mom Kristy Green! If you haven’t seen her amazing DIY videos yet you’re missing out.
Y’all. The dog days of summer are officially here. Where on Earth did time go?! If you’re anything like me and feel like you haven’t adequately taken advantage of everything 30A has to offer in the summer months, look no further. I have compiled a list of things for you and your tots to enjoy […]
In my entire life, I have had only two paying jobs. The first was teaching, in which I have a degree. The second was working in my dad’s office. I don’t know what it’s like to work late hours in an office, or have pressing deadlines. I do not know what it’s like to climb the corporate ladder. […]
He would chase me around the house, call me names and spy on my friends and me. I wasn’t innocent either, after all, we were siblings. He got me and I got him. There was one time, I think I was 14 and he was 11, while I was on the bed minding my own […]
We’ve created this Destin 30A Photographer Guide to introduce you to some of our favorite local photographers, and highlight what they do best. We hope this resource saves you from a long tedious internet search, and helps you find the right photographer for the job!
My family lives a wild, unusual lifestyle that many people have questions about: We don’t have a TV. I know. It’s kinda crazy, but we actually love not having a TV. Here are the answers to the most common questions I get about *gasp* living without television. You mean you don’t have cable? Nope. We […]
Living in paradise, most people assume that we hit the beach every day. As much as I wish this were true, we have other things that we should do most days. So when the opportunity to stick our feet in the sand pops up unexpectedly, I want to be prepared. That’s why I always have […]
In partnership with the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County. As a mom, I have two personalities: Regular Mom, and Summer Mom. Since Summer Mom is in charge right now, I have this thing where I don’t want to overbook my kids in the summer. There are lots of reasons, but most of those are […]
Implementing and enforcing rules to a high-schooler is a new ballgame. As the nuances of their lives become more complicated, so do the rules. I missed that day of motherhood training when they passed out the handbook. In fact, for the last 15 years I’ve been winging it from day to day with the simple […]