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COVID-19 Daily Schedule for Children

It’s safe to say none of us are having the year we were anticipating. Pandemic and quarantine are two words I never thought I’d hear in my lifetime, but here we are. With the Coronavirus hastily spreading over several regions, many states are calling for their residents to stay indoors, desensitize constantly, and limit physical contact. Establishments-including schools- have been ordered to...

The #1 Romantic Place of 2019 

Why It Should Be Your Next Getaway If you and your partner are planning a getaway, it can be tough to pick a place despite all the fantastic recommendations from friends, family, and my personal favorite-the internet. Of course, you should always circle your planning around your getaway’s best travel time of year, because hello, no one wants a vacation where you’re cooped up all day...

The 8 Best Habits of Successful People

The ways to be successful are unlimited. With that said, how does each individual describe success? Maybe it’s not one goal, but several along the way to the ultimate goal. For example, if you’ve decided to stop smoking cigarettes, you’d count one week as a massive success. Finishing a book within two weeks is a breakthrough. Defining triumph has a different meaning for everyone.  There has to be...

Movies to Keep an Eye Out for in 2020

Good God, it seemed like 2020 was NEVER coming, and if you’ve heard of all the movies that are releasing this year, then you know we’ve waited far too long! People, you know how long I’ve been waiting for Disney to make a Mulan live-action film? I’ve survived this long solely for that reason. Other than Mulan, Marvel’s Phase Four will kick off, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back with Bad...

Fun Valentines Day Activities for Kids 

Valentine’s Day has to be one of the most satisfying days of the year to get crazy creative. As adults, we don’t usually have the time to sit at a table and create anything by hand, unfortunately. But with children, well…they have all the time in the world. When I volunteered part-time at a daycare center for children in high school, Valentine’s Day was the hype. Children...

How You Can Stay Healthy This Winter Season

Winter Blues are real! And they’re preventing me from ever losing those 2 (ok, 7) pounds I’ve gained during the holiday festivities. There was so much planning, food, and fun that it’s genuinely no wonder we fall so behind regarding our health and fitness status. It’s common considering the many speculations we have encompassing our minds.  Once the holidays are over, we...

How to Start the New Year Full of Positivism 

Can you believe that the end of the decade is coming to an end in just a week? It’s surreal how quick this year passed by, and if you’re like me, you’re ecstatic to start a new year, a fresh slate, and new plans to change for the better. Forget resolutions! People create them out of sheer pressure, which results in never sticking to their goal.  via GIPHY If the year has been a...

Last Minute Present Ideas for the Holidays 

Ever been scrolling through Instagram or Facebook, and you see a friend’s post with the geotag, “IT’S MY BIRTHDAY.”  Yikes. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a birthday. We get wrapped up in our busy lives, so we tend to forget birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, or any other promising event. We’ve all been there. Hell, maybe some of us are there right now. With...

How to Afford Holiday Presents Without Breaking the Bank 

Ah, the holidays. Oh, the holidays. Well, which one are you? If you say both, I get it. You believe that this time of year is all about spending time with family, reuniting with friends, eating long buffets of food, enjoying your vacation, and hoping your bank balance won’t show negative by the end of all the holiday shopping. Everyone has different views on how these last couple of months...

How To: The Perfect Girls’ Night out

For most working women (stay at home moms counts, too), it continuously feels like there’s never enough hours in the day to relax. It doesn’t matter whether you’re married, you have kids, you’re in school, or you have a 9 to 5 job; attempting to find time to reconcile with your girlfriends is challenging. I kid you not, every single day, the same thought will cross my...

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