No two days are the same when you’re raising a young family. Kids are constantly growing, with ever evolving needs, moods and curiosities; how quickly they learn impresses – and sometimes scares – you! Advice for dealing with it all is conflicting and confusing. It all adds up to chaos!
At Currantly, we help families restore a little order to their lives with inspiring stories, fun activities and helpful tips for managing busy, ever-changing times. We come up with fresh, creative ideas for raising a modern family to help you do the same.
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Megan is a freelance writer, organic gardener, chef, and mom – not in that order. A graduate of the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center), Megan lives in the Kale Capital of the World (Brooklyn, NY) with her husband, two young children, and a cat named Rocky. She tweets sometimes.
Mike Dunphy was born and raised in Burlington, Vermont. Following graduation at the University of Vermont, he joined the Peace Corps and spent the next ten years teaching English in Eastern Europe and Turkey. His career in journalism began in Istanbul, where he worked for Time Out magazine. After earning a master’s degree in publishing and writing at Emerson College in 2010, he moved to New York City, where he now works as a full-time freelance writer, editor, and photographer. His work has appeared in print and digital publications including USA Today, Fodor's, Travel & Leisure, Travel Weekly, Huffington Post, Metro NY, PBS, American Way, Beer Advocate, Hotel Scoop, and NewYork.com.
Brooks Halliday is a food stylist, writer and recipe developer based in New York City. She's had a hand in making good looking food for magazines, cookbooks, packaging, print ads, commercials and television. Together with healthy eating guru Candice Kumai, she's co-developed recipes for the cookbook Cook Yourself Sexy, as well as for magazines and numerous food and household product brands. Before following her heart and stomach to culinary school, Brooks was a Capitol Hill press secretary and spokesperson for a national nonprofit organization. These days, when she's not on set or in the test kitchen, Brooks can usually be found in her own kitchen cooking for her handsome fiance and two unusually epicurean cats.