Not ready to part from the pretty pictures in your old travel calendar? Here are 5 easy things to make with it to give it new life.
We’re seeing the light at the end of the 2020 tunnel, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Here are 5 ways to celebrate the new year at home.
Did you know that caregivers in certain settings may decline certain presents? Here are ideas for appropriate gifts to show appreciation and holiday spirit.
With guidance to avoid travel and limit social gathering to a single household, fondue is an attractive alternative to traditional holiday meals in the U.S.
Vitamin D is known as the “sunshine vitamin,” but with the events of 2020 and the change in season and time, are you getting enough?
Have you gotten off your walking game, too? Here, I share possible reasons why and tips on how to get back on track.
Fresh, ripened cherries are only available in the summer, but there are several other ways to enjoy cherries. For food and gift ideas, read on!
This dish resembles a Peruvian potato salad and is well-worth the shredding, mashing, mixing, and layering! You’ll celebrate by eating it and want to make it again!
Cope with the ongoing need to limit time spent outside. Unplug by bringing nature in, simulating outdoor activities, and bringing the world to you.
Add extra protection to a neck gaiter by making one with multiple layers, a nose wire, and elastic bands.
Take your fruit salad from “ho-hum” to “yum” with dragon fruit this summer. Serve this classy-looking dish with barbecue or tea party fare.
Do you have a lot of ketchup and soy sauce packages leftover from your food delivery or pickup orders? If so, you can make barbecue baked chicken!
Make a reusable face mask that is reversible and multi-layered, using materials you may already have in your home.
Capture the essence of red cherry tomatoes in this pasta dish. Cook conveniently, clean efficiently, and enjoy!
Make a unique gift or souvenir with this easy decoupage project. Use copies of travel photos to transform tiles into coasters.