Skip the colorful tie, average dinner and practical socks, and consider things to do on Father’s Day that won’t bore a millennial dad.
Things to do
I’m not like those other women who shame working moms for putting their babies in daycare. I get it. We can’t all quit our jobs and become stay-at-home moms. But for those of us who are blessed enough and cursed enough (depending on the day) to serve in that role, you may still find yourself …
You don’t have to drive all over Georgia to find the best Easter egg hunts. Step no further than metro Atlanta’s south communities to get Easter bunny pictures and Easter egg hunt galore.
Sure, you could dabble in the world of tourist traps, or you could take advantage of Atlanta’s warm weather and experience the city like a local. Find free things to do with kids during Atlanta’s festival season.
Even though the Super Bowl was in my home city of Atlanta, I did not watch the game. Reason No. 1: I’m black. Reason No. 2: Reason No. 1 won’t be changing anytime soon.
So I found five things to do instead of watching football on Sundays.
My husband and I want special occasions filled with memories not toys. So when people ask what to get our daughter, our response is experiences.
I know better than to seriously call myself poor, but I’m certainly not rich.
My essentials are travel, food and repaying debt. I like to keep my in-state entertainment budget as close to 0 as possible outside of the occasional pedicure or meal with friends.
Free festivals and a solid amount of research keep my family and I from complete hibernation, which I secretly suspect my husband would love.