Tracks Air Review – Wireless Headphones by SOL Republic

Recently I had the opportunity to take the Tracks Air wireless headphones by SOL Republic and Motorola for a test drive, and I have to say, I was beyond impressed.  I’ve listened to many different types of headphones over the years and these are by far my favorite. The fact that they’re wireless means I […]

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Impossible Decisions

Impossible decisions. Parents of a special needs child are faced with more than their fair share of them.
Medications with horrible side effects that may not work, risky surgeries with uncertain outcomes, expensive alternative therapies on the quest to find answers for their child – these are just a few examples.

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Caroline’s Cart – Grocery cart for special needs

Originally published September 25, 2011, updated February 12, 1015. If you have have special needs child that has limited mobility and would benefit from being in the shopping cart seat but the standard grocery cart seats don’t work for your child, then you’ll want to find out more about Caroline’s Cart grocery cart for special […]

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Adaptive Skiing at Sun Peaks Resort

I took my daughter adaptive skiing for the first time a few years ago, and have been hooked ever since. Having my whole family on the mountain together gave me such joy, it was life-changing. Finding out how much my daughter enjoyed it solidified my determination to find adventures that our family can participate in […]

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What is a Limited Validity passport and how is it renewed?

Driver’s license, check. Passport photos, check.  Completed form DS-5504, check.  Official birth certificate?  Maybe not? Last year my husband got his first passport for our ski trip to Silver Star Ski Resort in British Columbia.  We thought we were we had everything required to have passport issueds, but got a surprise when submitting the application […]

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National Ability Center – Adaptive Skiing and Sports for All Abilities

If you’ve read my posts before, you know of my love for the National Ability Center (NAC) in Park City, Utah. The National Ability center is all about helping people of all ages and abilities develop lifetime skills by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences like adaptive skiing in an environment that understands disabilities. […]

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The Ultimate Ski Vacation Packing List

We’re a family of snow lovers; the second the weather starts to turn cold, our thoughts turn to planning our ski vacations for the season.   The key to a fun day skiing is keeping the kids warm, and with variable on-mountain weather conditions, it’s all about layers.  And since packing for a ski vacation […]

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