Most of the items below are easily found in your home, and many of them are used for crafts. 1. Cardboard Tubes 2. Huge Pine Cones 3. Old/Used Makeup 4. Wine Corks 5. Broken Crayons 6. Product Boxes 7. Plastic Bottle Caps 8. Old Catalogs 9. Installation CDs (like those free ones you would get in the mail from AOL) 10. Empty Baby Food Jars … Continue reading 10 Wacky Things You Can Sell On eBay
I love Earth, Wind, and Fire. I particularly love September, but I think it’s because I was born in September. Hehe, but because it’s Friday, I present for your quick break, Boogie Wonderland! So, get up, stretch, move, and dance! Continue reading Take A Break – Dance Around
This recipe is from Ina Garten and one of my favorites. I think what makes it special is that the chicken breasts are oven roasted instead of boiled. It’s perfect for making chicken salad sandwiches. I omit the tarragon because my husband doesn’t like the flavor, and sometimes I add chopped walnuts if I’m not making it into sandwiches. Oh! And it doesn’t have to … Continue reading Chicken Salad Veronique
As parents, our goals are to create humans that are kind, happy, successful, and someone who thinks outside of themselves (I’m sure there’s more to this list but I’m all over the place at the moment). I know, we all say “why can’t children come with manuals?” or something to that effect. Luckily, there are several books that can give you an understanding on how … Continue reading Books On Raising Children
I am anemic so I make sure I take an iron supplement and have iron-rich foods in my diet (spinach, beans, chicken, beef, dark chocolate). I also have a darker skin tone so I worry over my Vitamin D intake, especially in the winter, when I rarely go out long enough to get sun. The other day I was looking at multivitamins in the supermarket … Continue reading Are Gender Specific Vitamins Better For You?