This is our family’s fourth baseball season, so by now I have settled into a rhythm with a toolkit in the trunk that helps me navigate and sit through practices and games.
On a new link-collection site created by my advertising network, Mode, I built a “story” out of different articles on the internet that I pulled together that any parent getting into youth sports can appreciate and use. This includes a link to the umbrella chair I wish I had, an article about how parents spend too much money on kids’ sports (Amen!), Pinteresty snack bags for the team, and even my favorite sunscreen.
Click here to check it out—> Play Ball! How to Survive Little League – on Mode
Kind of like Pinterest, but not exactly, Mode’s stories give you the opportunity to collect links all in one place for the categories you never knew you needed to create. Like this other one I made for geocaching, my favorite nerdy hobby.
Check these and my other Mode stories out on my profile page here. And if you are part of the Mode network, let’s be friends! Follow me there, and I’ll happily follow back. I love the wacky and fun stories people put together.
Now excuse me while I go fill 11 little handmade snack bags with organic healthy snacks and stickers that say “Slugger.”