Oh how I love visiting Mexico! It’s absolutely beautiful. One of my favorite places to visit.
Celebrate Halloween with age-appropriate entertainment.
P2P is offering a new language program in partnership with Rosetta Stone to help students prep for their trips Cuba and Peru this winter. This is open to students traveling on the college program to Cuba in December and for students traveling on the Peru winter program (high school and college).
We gals take our beauty routines very seriously. Let’s face it, there is always a new product, trend, or regimen we “need” to try. It’s time to simplify our a.m. routines and make them as painless as possible. First step: take the “ouch” out of hair removal. One thing we can all agree on- waxing is one form hair removal that is painful in more ways then one!
It’s not only school time, it’s close to the holidays and that means bracing for the morning rush, which often includes a frantic breakfast, last minute homework and throwing lunches together.
This tasty take on Chicken Cordon Bleu is as delectable as the traditional recipe but less fussy. Round it out with couscous and peas.
Make these spooky Halloween crafts for kids this holiday.
It’s no secret that DIY projects are where it’s at. In this day and age, it’s smarter to try to create your own things especially when it’s considerably cheaper to make your own projects.
Did you know?
Puritan’s pride has challenged me to participate in their “One Small Change” challenge. The challenge asks you to commit to making “One Small Change” in your health habits over 60 days. This is an important mission to help myself and hopefully inspire others to make healthy choices in our lives so we can all feel better! I am going to take on the task, won’t you?
Prep time: 6-8 minutes
Cook time: 6-8 minutes