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| Jul 2020
Before You Try

Enhance Your Remote Workspace

Now that we have entered Day #9423 of 2020, I’m only just getting the hang of working from home with everyone here. But the chance of me sneaking out to a coffee shop is as likely as pigs flying. (However, I wouldn’t be surprised if that happened…and that it happened in Florida.) Since remote work […]
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| Jul 2020
Before You Try

11 Unique Summer Fun Inflatables

We’ve all been doing our best to keep ourselves occupied this summer. Whether you have a kiddie pool in your backyard, are headed to social distance at the beach, or are lucky enough to have your own pool, we have a list of 11 inflatables that are weird enough to be a necessity. During a […]
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| Jul 2020
Podcast

The Back to School Decision

Are you struggling with what to do about school this year? Us too. Every parent I know has spent the last few weeks in deep conversation about what decision to make for their children. There are so many things to weigh and anxiety that the decision you do make won’t be the right one. In […]
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| Jul 2020
Before You Try

A Few of My Favorite Things

I am endlessly fascinated by things people use to make their lives easier or even what helps disguise dark under eye circles. I get loads of questions about the products and items around our home so I thought I would share some of my recent finds. This is all over the place, but hopefully you […]
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| Jul 2020
Health-ish

My 2020 Workout Playlist

As much as I’m an introvert, I do best in a packed gym with a good workout playlist. I crave the camaraderie and the competition of running or lifting next to someone. Before this global pandemic closed fitness studios, I had never been one to consistently challenge myself at home. Until now. I’m proud to […]
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| Jul 2020
Health-ish

15 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Grill

Summertime and the grilling is easy. Or is it? Penn and I love using our outdoor space to watch movies, relax, and of course, grill up some delicious burgers for dinner. Sometimes we get fancy and throw some chicken on there. (Crazy, I know.) But in my quest to find more summer dinner ideas, I […]
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| Jul 2020
Marriage

Wrestling with Back to School Anxiety

If you took a peek inside my head (and waded through the anxiety and bizarre catalog of movie quotes) you’d see a massive venn diagram of emotions about our kids going back to school this year. I’m smack dab in the middle of the following thoughts: “I need my kids to go back to school,but […]
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| Jul 2020
Before You Try

13 Silly Challenges for Your Family | Free Download

Summer 2020 is upon us and we already know it’s going to be a bummer. *Cue Penn Charles singing Bummertime and Lola’s eyeroll in Bummer Camp.* But here at The Holderness Family, we are all about making the best of things. We’ve made anxiety and stress-induced recipes. We even sang about masks and murder hornets. […]
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In most of our content, you see us having fun with, and making fun of, our family and our marriage.  There’s plenty to laugh at, there is also plenty to work on. This portion of our website is all about our ongoing quest to be better at being married to each other.  The content is a little longer form than the usual videos, but it will still make you laugh - and hopefully it’ll make you think a little!
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The Holderness family has been dancing in pajamas and singing during snow days for years — but last year they hit the record button on the camera and published their goofy video on YouTube. Penn, Kim, Lola, and Penn Charles continue to make hilarious videos around tent-pole events and circumstances most families face.