🌟 Sunshine Guilt, Truck-Obsessed Kids, and Brain Breaks

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What is Sunshine Guilt?

The weather is getting nicer, and your “sunshine guilt” may be getting stronger. It’s when we feel badly that we’re staying inside on a beautiful day instead of making the most of the weather with our families. But can’t we just veg out in peace?!


5 fun, screenless ways to entertain your truck-loving kid

Take it from a boy mom whose son went through an all-truck-everything stage that was three years long: truck-loving kiddos are not that hard to entertain. We’ve got a bunch of DIY, at-home activities for vehicle-obsessed boys and girls to keep them occupied for hours.

  • Make a monster truck bridge

  • Craft your own cardboard box road

  • Build a magnetic tiles car park

  • Tape up some paper car tunnels

  • Design a toy truck parking garage

Goodbye Meal Kits, Hello Hungryroot

Hungryroot is a grocery and recipe delivery service that supports any health needs you and your family might have. Whether you’re looking to incorporate a gut-friendly diet, just trying to eat healthy, or anything in between, Hungryroot makes achieving your goals on your terms easy.

Browse the thousands of groceries and recipes available each week, or have Hungryroot curate a delivery made just for you and your family based on your preferences. Save hours planning, shopping, and cooking each week. Plus pick one free item for life.


What are brain breaks—and does my kid need them?

Brain breaks are a great way for a restless child to step away from learning to get out some energy and refocus. Screen time can be useful here, not to replace the activity but as a tool to help a child self-regulate or calm down.


  • CNBC outlines 4 ways to raise mentally strong kids

  • Parents.com has a list of game-changing toys from a former preschool teacher

  • One mom on TikTok talks about finding her favorite stage of motherhood 

  • Gwyneth Paltrow tells The Hollywood Reporter she’s becoming an empty nester, and she’s not ok with it


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