Why It’s So Hard to Have a 1970s Style Summer With Your Family

While we’re on a short summer break, we decided to bring back this timely episode from last year where we dig into the reasons why summer often isn’t the leisurely, unstructured time families would like it to be. We also share some tangible actions you can take to capture a little more summer fun now and in future summers.

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Brandie Weikle

About Brandie Weikle

Brandie is a long-time parenting editor, writer and spokesperson. Most recently editor-in-chief of Canadian Family magazine, Brandie has also been the parenting and relationships editor for the Toronto Star, founding editor of two Toronto Star websites, and an editor for Today's Parent. Brandie is a single mother of two in Toronto and a frequent television and radio guest on parenting topics. A former digital director at House & Home Media, she also consults on digital audience engagement. Contact her here. View all posts by


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