If you're planning a road trip this summer, you may want to make a small detour to one of these five towns. With hilarious claims to fame, these towns are sure to make an awesome photo op and an even sillier travel story to talk about.Read Full Story
There is no doubt that Manhattan, located in the heart of New York, is the most expensive city to live in. Costing nearly twice as much as other U.S. cities, New York real estate is high-priced, but for good reason. In the true lap of luxury, these expensive spaces are drool-worthy and downright gorgeous.Read Full Story
Ever feel like ditching the big city life for the comforts of a small town? One of these six towns may be just what you're looking for. Filled with just as much excitement and recreation as your metropolis, these small towns have a lot to offer with less than half the population of a city.Read Full Story
If you're a lover of Mother Nature and enjoy spending time outside with your family, then you probably prefer cities that offer accessibility to the great outdoors year round. Here are 10 U.S. cities where you can enjoy beautiful scenery while engaging in outdoor adventures.Read Full Story
Three years ago my husband received the military orders that many dream of — we were on our way to Hawaii. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be paradise turned out to be a nightmare for me for our first year living there.Read Full Story
Imagine falling in love with a house, putting an offer on it, entrenching yourself into the lending process and then discovering that the house is a wreck after it’s been professionally inspected—or worse, after you’ve already bought it. Such scenarios are heartbreaking and all too common.Read Full Story
And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .
SheKnows is making some changes!