More than 200 Rhode Islanders turned on their flashlights for the Good Night Lights event at India Point Park in Providence on Iced Coffee Day.
May is a month that honors mothers and we wanted to give away some fabulous items to one one lucky mom or mom-to-be. The prize-pack is valued at more than $200!
One of our favorite wrapped snacks is Entenmann’s® Little Bites®. Your kids will love them because they are the perfect size for tiny hands. They also don’t make a mess in your car!
A local initiative coffee lovers are all too familiar with is back and better than ever! On Wednesday, May 23rd, Dunkin’ Donuts’ will be donating $1 to Hasbro Children’s Hospital for every Iced Coffee sold in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts throughout the day.
Imagine opening a personalized gift that’s unique to you and made for you. Sounds nice, no? Those are my most favorite gift ideas and what I usually choose for my own mom. A canvas print of precious moments with the family is so special and memorable and would also make for beautiful home decor. It’s also a great excuse to take photos off your camera and phone!
As a mom of four, I’m always looking for fun, indoor attractions for my family. It’s especially great to find a place that works for all of us, parents included! Launch Trampoline Park just re-opened in Warwick, Rhode Island and it’s a place you could spend hours of endless fun. After our time there, my kids were so wiped they slept the entire way home!
For me, drinking tea has always been a sort of ritual. Choosing the kind that fits my mood, watching it steep and sitting down to sip and enjoy it. It warms you up and makes you feel good. Especially, if you’re under the weather.
I’m not going to lie, I’m not a huge spring cleaner. I much rather prefer to speed clean when I know I’m about to host a party or have company. Who’s with me? However, I have come across some great hacks that help me spruce up my home in a jif. Trust me, you’ll love these!
While planning our recent weekend New York City trip, I learned a few tips and tricks on how my family could save money for vacation. While most of my tips are strategic, the goal is that our vacations (big or small) do not break the bank.
Last month we traveled to New York City to meet with our West Coast family and while I was excited during the planning process, I had some worries that this big city trip would be too ambitious for my group at this point in their lives. But, our reservation was booked and it was non-refundable, so we went!
I have to say, using a battery-operated nasal aspirator as opposed to a manual one, makes the world of a difference. This is the first time I’ve used one and the ease of it actually surprised me!