It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is creeping up. I have never been a fan, but my son is just starting to understand a little about it and he’s obsessed with pumpkins so I thought it would be a good year to get my feet wet with some easy Halloween Décor. Baby steps. Maybe next year I’ll tackle something a little more complicated, but for now I start with easy peasy.
Have the kids give you a hand with a project that’s so fun, it’s scary!
With Halloween around the corner, it’s a great time for kids to revisit spooky, monster-filled chills and thrills. Audiobooks.com has offered their top five kids’ Halloween reads below:
Today’s post is one that the kids will sure love… Patriotic Pops!
October 16 is World Food Day, which is not a day devoted to exploring a rainbow of culinary delicacies from around the globe. Rather it’s a day to reflect on a serious issue: worldwide hunger. There is more than enough food in the world so that no one ever needs to go hungry; yet 1/3 of the food produced every year is lost or wasted.
My life has been forever changed. I just discovered how to use the emoji keyboard on a mac. I am a total emoji over-user. I say what I want to say half the time by using little hearts, smiley faces or food emojis. Now, I can do it when I’m not mobile. 😀🙌🌺❤️
Now that I am a mother of two adorable little girls, I often think about the memories I have from my childhood. I had an older sister and grew up in sunny California. Life was good and I always try to remember the traditions and things that I was excited about as a child.
Everyone is talking about plant-based diets right now. It’s not secret that they are not just a healthy way to eat but they are also better for the planet and the recipes taste amazing too! We were asked to take the #MeatlessMondayNight challenge in hopes of sparking real change. Don’t be intimidated, adopting a more plant-based diet can start with making a change just one day a week – so why not start by sidelining meat during Monday Night Football games this season?