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How To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day In 2021

St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th, 2021. It’s celebrated worldwide by both Irish and non-Irish people. It’s a day to celebrate Irish heritage, but most of the time, it’s an excuse to have fun! Last year, St Patrick’s Day was one of the last celebrations and holidays before the shutdowns began. Even though the pandemic is still in full swing, you can still have an exciting St Patty’s Day. ...

Keeping Up With Your New Year’s Resolutions 

It’s that time of the new year where everyone is trying to better themselves and improve their life. Some are successful, but most aren’t. That’s because 90% of new year’s resolutions are based in idealism instead of reality.  Please, keep your promise to yourself so you can finish 2021 with all of your goals achieved. Here are some helpful tips to get you on the right path to a successful...

What Should You Do With Unwanted Gifts?

You told your friends and family you’re decluttering your house and that you would appreciate it if they only got you what you needed instead of unwanted gifts. They didn’t listen, and now you’re stuck with a duplicate hairdryer, a bunch of home décor you have no room for, and a flashlight that you have no idea what to do with.  Of course, you’re grateful for the gift and that they got you...

How To Celebrate The Holidays In 2020

Everything looks different this year, and the holidays are no exception. All festive activities have changed, from shopping for gifts to having a big dinner. Adjustments need to be made to keep everyone safe and jolly. Here are some realistic tips on how to navigate the holidays in 2020.  via GIPHY Within Your Household Or Bubble This year, the best thing you can do for your family is to keep...

The Best And Worst Holiday Gifts To Give This Year

This year the holiday season is going to feel very different. A lot has changed in the past year, so it stands to reason that holiday gifts have changed too. Here’s a rundown on the best and worst gifts to give somebody in 2020.   The Best Some holiday gifts are always loved and appreciated. If you gift an item from this part of the list, you won’t go wrong. They are guaranteed to make the...

Winter Home Décor 

Winter doesn’t end after the holidays. The months before spring arrives should get just as much decorating attention as the rest of the year. It’s time for snowball fights and evergreen trees to have their moment. Convert your home into a winter wonderland with these winter home décor tips. via GIPHY Outdoor Decor Take advantage of the area near your front door; it sets the tone for the rest of...

Side Dishes That Will Impress Your Family During the Holidays 

Every year it’s the same food at the same table on the same day. Everyone is a little bored, but no one is willing to admit it. Impress your family and friends by bringing a brand new holiday side dish to the table this year. If you don’t know what to bring, here are some tasty options that everyone will love.  via GIPHY Chipotle Cheddar Biscuits with Fresh Basil Canned biscuits are delicious...

Four Steps to Throwing the Best Friendsgiving

So, you’ve decided to throw a Friendsgiving. Good for you! Thanksgiving is all about celebrating all of the people you’ve been grateful for in the past year. Since we dedicate Thanksgiving Day to family, Friendsgiving is a unique way to celebrate your chosen family, your friends. It’s also a great way to have two big Thanksgiving meals!  Throwing a Friendsgiving can feel overwhelming, but it...

At Home Halloween Activities For Kids

This year, Halloween is going to look very different. It’s going to be easy for your kid to become cranky and disappointed by the lack of trick or treating, candy, and costumes. With a little elbow grease and the help of at home Halloween activities, this spooky season can be a lot of fun!    Classic Activities Let’s start off simple with some classic at home Halloween activities that the...

How To Celebrate Halloween After COVID

COVID-19 has changed a lot of things since the beginning of the year, but the main change has been our social interactions and our daily outings. Halloween is one of the most social holidays of the entire year. It’s literally built around parties and community events. This begs the question: What can we do this year considering any public or large events are off the table? Just because you can’t...

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