Is It Possible, and Safe, to Raise Vegan Kids?
Is It Possible, and Safe, to Raise Vegan Kids? By: Amiee White Beazley April 29, 2015 Almost three years ago, my father-in-law died of pancreatic cancer. It was not the first time cancer had touched someone in my family, and, sadly, it hasn’t been the last. But soon after his passing, my focus turned to […]
What I Did at the No Kids Allowed Resort By: Amiee White Beazley April 28, 2015 It was a rare hiccup on an otherwise perfectly choreographed trip to Mexico. Due to no fault but my own, it was 3 a.m. when I finally arrived at Rancho Pescadero, located just outside Todos Santos, Mexico. I had […]
Breast Cancer Reminds Us to Live By: Amiee White Beazley Feb. 26, 2015 At this very moment, sitting on my comfortable bed of white linens, looking out the window, daydreaming, pausing to silently lament how I missed my cycling class this morning, my sister is having both of her breasts removed, reconstructed and if all […]
8 Best Family Vacations for 2015 By: Amiee White Beazley Dec. 25, 2014 Now that the New Year is upon us, many families are starting to think about family vacations—where, when, what to do. Here are some of my favorite trips from this past year, all of which I highly recommend for your 2015 travel […]
Our Ultimate Christmas Gift: a Big Family Cruise By: Amiee White Beazley Dec. 12, 2014 Last Christmas, my husband and his extended family – mother, brother, sister and families – sat around the tree at my mother-in-law’s South Carolina house. She asked us to open the envelopes in front of us at the same time. […]
Away to Santa Fe With the Kids By: Amiee White Beazley Oct. 21, 2014 My husband and I agree on most things, except for Paris. He argues Paris is best left to the adults, and that bringing the kids might ruin our next trip there. With so much to see and taste, I couldn’t imagine […]