These smooth, creamy treats are easiest to handle when served in paper candy cups.
You must go paperless, 5 reasons to get started today!
Stay Light with Crystal Light Mocktails.
There are many factors to a good night’s sleep but if your sleeping partner routinely disturbs your sleep, it’s kind of annoying, right? Fortunately, most disturbances have reasonable solutions – once you’ve identified the problem.
Once you have made bath bombs a time or two, you will find them quite easy to make and you will save yourself some money while you are at it.
Reinforcing positive attitudes such as respect, empathy and caring begins by teaching children the how and why behind actions and emotions. Parents and caregivers can start these lessons by talking about feelings and consequences at even the earliest age.
Who do you turn to for parenting advice? Your own mother, your friends or other family members?
More than $8 Million Raised for Fight Against Breast Cancer
With the help of home cooks, celebrity chefs and other supporters throughout the country, Cook for the Cure®, a partnership between KitchenAid and Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, has raised more than $8 million for the fight against breast cancer since 2001. A major factor in this success, says KitchenAid, is the variety of ways that cooks can get involved.
The simple statement overheard by a Lands’ End’s swimwear designer – “One suit does not fit all occasions” – may have sparked the next revolution in swimwear.
Author of the book Bonding Over Beauty, A Mother-Daughter Guide to Self-Esteem, Confidence and Trust (Greenleaf Press, March 2011), Erika Katz uses her beauty expertise to help moms bond with their ‘tween daughters. A former child model and actress, Erika appeared in over 100 commercials, print ads, and films. As the mother of a ‘tween girl, she now writes a popular beauty blog for mothers tackling the drama of the ‘tween years.
According to a study by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, those who send text messages while driving are 23 times more likely to be in a crash. And, texting takes your eyes off the road for an average of 5 seconds. At 55 mph, that’s driving the length of a football field completely blind.