All posts by Emily Qalandarova


Does frequently paying $3 to $5 less than retail value sound like a far-off wish? How about walking away from the checkout line with bags full of free items? There is a whole community dedicated to finding and capturing these deals, complete with its own language, including terms such as “B1G1,” “MIR,” “OYNO,” and “WSL.”

Living Fatherhood

Sean Terrell Ann Arbor I have the chance to see the process of (my son’s) development, as he comes into his own independence. I impart knowledge to him so he can be an active thinker and great contributor in life. I love hearing him talk and seeing parts of me in him. My father was

Meal Prep Before Baby’s Arrival

You may have heard how sanity-saving it is to prep your freezer ahead of baby’s arrival. Chef Kate Jackman, owner of Chef Kate Personal Chef Services in Ann Arbor, recommends the following recipe which is easy to cook, freeze and rewarm. It also has many child-friendly steps to involve your toddlers or older children in

Local Doctoral student studies benefits of yoga in children

While the popularity of yoga has surged in the US, little is known about its benefits for children on the autism spectrum. Morgan Wright, Doctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology at Eastern Michigan University, decided to help fill that information void. An uncommon intervention for a common diagnosis Although the official estimate of children with Autism