It’s bittersweet when your family no longer requires a nanny. Your children are at a more independent age when they no longer require a full-time nanny. But you are also losing an extended part of your family that assists with so much more than just the childcare.
Graduation season is upon us. What do you get for a Boston grad that hasn’t already been gifted every graduation season before this? We have a few ideas:
The 4th of July on Cape Cod kicks off the summer season. There isn’t any other place we would rather celebrate. You can watch parades and fireworks all week long or spend the day with friends and family celebrating on the beach well after sunset. Here is our guide to all of the best Independence Day events with travel tips to avoid the holiday traffic. Continue reading
The daily grind of life is tough for everyone. There’s never enough time in the day and we are often wishing for an extra set of hands. If you add into that mix that you’re a high-profile person, it all gets a bit more complicated. Privacy becomes your number one concern and knowing who to trust isn’t as easy as it may seem.
We go back and forth on whether we love spring or fall more in Boston. Springtime brings colorful tulips all over the city and the fall weather brings on the most gorgeous leaves. Either way, they’re both seasons that have us reveling in the excellent weather and wishing they lasted longer.
Moving can be stressful and exhausting. Not only does it feel like there are a million things to do before the big day, but you also can’t predict things like weather and traffic. And, if you’re in Boston like us- often “moving day” is the same for hundreds of people across the city. (That means, hundreds of moving trucks blocking the roads!) Don’t sweat yet; as long as you plan ahead and get help when you need it, you’ll have a smooth move to your new home. Continue reading