Lori Ferrall donned a full T. rex costume as she put her daughter Molly on the school bus. “I did it mainly to entertain her,” Ferrall said. But it also helped the mom of three to curb her own emotions.
Renee McInarnay, a P.E. coach at Oak Grove Lower Elementary School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, carried a 2nd grade student over rain puddles to protect the little girl's shoes from getting dirty.
Chances are, flawless back-to-school chalkboard signs like these are flooding your social media streams. But don’t beat yourself up if your first day of school chalkboard sign isn’t Pinterest-worthy perfect.
The first day of school always brings such promise: that you’ll be noticed, that you’ll fall in with the right — or a more interesting — crowd, that you’ll capture your crush’s eye or assert yourself in class. In high school, I wanted to be more sophisticated, and I borrowed my mom’s skirt and purse.
Having a roommate is a rite of passage: a necessary stepping stone from childhood — with our parents’ protection and rules, our siblings’ constant companionship — to adulthood. Sharing a space with someone you don’t know requires navigating a minefield of etiquette quandaries, knowing when to compromise and when to stand your ground, and facing the fear of the unknown. And for most of us, the first time we find ourselves thrust into this prickly situation is in college. ...
Fall fashion brings a whole new slate of items soon to be covetworthy. Here, we examine 10 essential wardrobe items, from jackets and bags to denim and jewelry.
The first day back at school means a brand new, fresh wardrobe. So now that you’ve got your new backpack and supplies in check, what on earth are you going to wear? Ahead, take a look at 5 easy back-to-school outfits tailor-made for what type of student you are. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
State Bags teamed up with Roc Nation and President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative this summer to donate 30,000 bags to underprivileged kids across the U.S.
Whether you want to believe it or not, school is right around the corner. As you start replacing your notebooks and backpacks, now’s the time to stock up on a few beauty must-haves.
This year parents are expected to spend nearly $76 billion dollars on school shopping according to the National Retail Federation. Of course, not all children are fortunate enough to be returning to school this September.
I do have a few pieces of advice this back-to-school season to take some of the pressure off your teenage years and to help you (me) out in the future.
From tees and jeans to more sophisticated threads, these YouTube haulers have got you covered with any outfit you need for a head-turning start to your year.
You don’t need every item on this list — but cop a handful, and you’re well on your way to a killer fall wardrobe. Click ahead to see and shop.
Whether you’re applying just a moisturizer or a full face of makeup, there are endless products that you can use to get yourself ready to slay your first day.
Sure, you could show up to class carrying a bone-stock, basic laptop that looks the same as it did the day it rolled off the Apple factory line. A colorful, kooky Anya Hindmarch leather sticker instantly ups any bag’s cool factor. A decal illustrated by an indie designer like Rookie’s Hattie Stewart makes the outside of your laptop (almost) as interesting as the screen.