My daughter and I had the ultimate day of fun during our RI Spring Break. We had the chance to check out local marine life at the Biomes Center and feed exotic birds in an immersive experience at Roger Williams Park Zoo.
While it’s always helpful to have less stuff, because face it, more things = more to clean, I did take note of areas that need upgrades. IE: Kids sippy cups and room decor. I’ve become familiar with a couple of new brands I wanted to share.
Earth Day is coming up and what better way to honor the holiday then by being kind to our planet and the animals that live on it. While we were cleaning up our yard over the weekend we collected many twigs and pine cones. And instead of throwing them in another large pile in our yard, we decided to make bird feeders with them.
I’ve always had a big interest in protecting our planet. Starting a compost pile is very easy and can cost almost nothing to get started. It’s low-maintenance and may only require five minutes a week.
No matter the holiday, I always love to have Spinach Artichoke Dip. It’s just one of those dishes that is an instant crowd pleaser and it doesn’t hurt that it’s super easy to make. Not only is this recipe nutritious, but your kids may enjoy it, too, because of its creamy texture.
Offer me pie and I promise I won’t turn you down. I love it so much that I stick candles on top of one every year for my birthday. I recently was invited to tour the new pastry shop, CAKE by Franck, inside Foxwoods and of course, I said “when should I be there?!”
Our kitchen was in desperate need of a makeover. Here are five quick and affordable ways to makeover your kitchen on a budget. In total, we spent a couple hundred dollars and could not be happier with the finished look!
The goal of N.A.P.S. is to improve the sleeping and waking lives of everyone in the family. If you’re looking for a natural sleep solution to try, give this book a quick read and see what happens.