Americans are seeking international adventures in an unexpected place – their own kitchens. In a recent survey, Florida Grapefruit discovered that nearly 70 percent of Americans ages 45 to 64 think it’s important to taste or try new ethnic foods, recipes or dishes.
View was worth the climb.
St. Patrick’s Day is known as a joyful holiday, during which time anyone can be Irish! Sipping on a green beer can be a great way to celebrate the occasion, but there are a wide variety of options for those looking for a more sophisticated, but equally festive, drink.
Stop by the Crucial Coffee Cafe for delicious frozen hot chocolate.
Boho scores at a little village.
We recently had the opportunity to visit the AMAZING Casa Monica Hotel in St. Augustine. The pool is on the 2nd floor!!!!! Super kid-friendly, highly recommend this amazing town full of history.
I believe a child’s ability to learn at a very early age is typically underestimated–possibly delaying a child’s verbal development. I have found that most children between the ages of 4 and 6 can master many language skills that we tend to “reserve” for when they are a bit older.
I feel there comes a point in everyone’s life where they start truly caring about the jewelry they wear. You reach that point where you want jewelry that lasts, that means something to you, that makes you feel special every time you wear it. When I think of jewelry that fits in this specific category, I think of personalized jewelry. Of course, to me, I think of wearing a piece of jewelry with my husband and daughter’s names or initials on it. It is these pieces that a mother and wife can hold dear to her and wear proudly.
March is National Craft Month, and unfortunately, 72% of children age 8 and under will miss it. This young, and shockingly high percentage of children have already used an iPad, iPhone or similar touch-screen device to play games, watch videos or use other apps and the average amount of time children spend using these devices has tripled since 2011, according to a survey conducted by Common Sense Media. With such a large amount of children in the U.S. using electronic devices for education and entertainment, the developmental and bonding advantages that come from family oriented, hands on craft projects have been lost.