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In Search of Einstein? Head to Princeton

In Search of Einstein? Head to Princeton

Pi Day is a big deal in Princeton, NJ. The town hosts an annual weekend-long extravaganza featuring pi recitation competitions, Albert Einstein look-alike contests, a slew of running, biking, and walking events, and even a pi-rade. Unfortunately, this year’s event was held March 12-13 and my daughter is a purist. So, we made our pilgrimage on that frigid, rainy Monday instead. Read More

How to Get Away with Clutter

How to Get Away with Clutter

Some people are meticulously orderly. Others not so much. I don’t know if it’s coded in the DNA or conditioned, but I’m the product of one of each type. Which, I must say, can be challenging (often more so for my more organizationally inclined husband). And which, sadly, condemns my children to a similar fate of clutterness.
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It’s Time to Celebrate Pi Day

It’s Time to Celebrate Pi Day

Can you imagine a  better way to spend a sunny Saturday afternoon, the one just before Pi day, than by going to a Pi day celebration at your local university? Well, my eleven-year-old and nine-year-old sons agreed with me that they simply could not, so they donned their Pi Day t-shirts, hopped in the momivan,… Read More