Teach your little ones the importance of charitable giving by creating a jar to store money for charity.
Recent Posts By Brigitt Hauck
Unexpected guests are always a pleasant surprise, but it always seems like someone decides to stop by when the house (or, in my case, apartment) is at it’s worst. Before shooing them out the door and off to the restaurant down the street, here are a few tips for whipping your house into shape in a jiffy.
The dishwasher will certainly save time and energy (if you’re lucky enough to have one!), but that convenience can come at a price for your good knives. A dishwasher’s high-pressure water jets can cause knife blades to knock against other utensils in the silverware basket, dulling and damaging them more quickly. Additionally, the heat of the drying cycle can […]
Though I know it’s important all year long, sunscreen isn’t something I typically think to use during the winter months but, as I hit the slopes this past weekend, I did remember to dig out my sun block. Why?
Between the long weekend and other social obligations, sticking to a diet- or fitness-related resolution isn’t always easy. Luckily, there’s a solution that combines both health and friends.
Next time you’re at the supermarket, go ahead and treat yourself to a bouquet of fresh flowers. It’s no secret that flowers look pretty, but flowers may actually have a positive impact on your emotional well-being.
There’s nothing easier than throwing ingredients into your slow-cooker and coming home to a tasty meal. But what if you forgot to thaw the chicken?
Though most people cook dinner—yes, even on busy weeknights—you don’t have to feel guilty about leaving the cooking to someone else. A recent study conducted by Seamless found that, even though ordering delivery or takeout is on the rise, people are trading greasy food for healthier options (last year, customers ordered salads four times more than pizza!).
If you’ve noticed a few sniffles or a stomach bug going around, it shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) reports flu season typically peaks in January or February.
So how do you keep yourself healthy this winter?