Spring has sprung and it's time to prepare for some special holidays. Whether you're celebrating Mother's Day, Passover, Easter or any spring occasion, I've got some great ideas for you to set a gorgeous table for every party.
Take some tips from your aspiring scholars and try these 6 dorm-inspired ideas for creative and inexpensive storage and decorating solutions. Even if your college years are long gone, you can still benefit from the practical solutions inspired by the small quarters on campus.
Summer's here and it's time to party! Take your backyard bash to the next level with my 25 easy tips for entertaining outdoors.
Back to school means lots of things for parents: checking homework, school supply shopping ... and the dreaded nightly packing of the lunch. Nothing's more frustrating than spending loving time preparing a nurturing, nutritious meal, than to find it at the end of the day, mushed, mashed and totally rejected. This school year, think outside the lunchbox and pack a brown bag that'll blow them away.
From transporting hearty meals for potluck parties to mailing homemade goodies to out of town friends, the holidays are a time that keep us constantly sending our treats on the road. Problem is, not many people have sticky spills or crushed cookies on their wish list this year. I'd like to share with you some great tips on shipping and transporting goods to make sure your dishes arrive as in tact and fresh as when you sent them out.Between potluck events at the office, homemade treats as presents for teachers and neighbors, and helping the host by “bringing a dish,” the holidays are a time for constantly making, baking, and taking our treats on the road.
You know who deserves a gift this year? You do! With all the hosting and attending parties, baking and cooking, shopping and wrapping you've got ahead of you, why not treat yourself to that long-coveted kitchen gadget you've had your eye on to save you some time and sanity this holiday season and beyond.
Finally! Your first year of college: freedom, new faces, fun adventures ... and if you're not careful, the unfortunate "freshman 15". That's the extra pounds lots of first year students pack on thanks to dining hall buffets, midnight pizza delivery and junk-food fueled cram sessions. What's worse? Those bad eating habits, if left unchecked, can stick with you throughout college and beyond.
When summer’s here, it's time for sand, sun, backyard pool parties and a frosty frozen cocktail. But what about those people who don't drink alcohol? Don't they deserve festive drinks too? Whether your guest list has a mommy-to-be or people who don't partake, I've got a great way for you to make them be a part of the tiny umbrella fun.
It's practically impossible to ignore how completely practical your mason jars can be. Beyond canning summer fruits and vegetables, they can be used for a variety of cute, versatile and functional ways.
You know, the easiest and most convenient way to get more greens into your diet is with a big, hearty leaf-y-licious salad. Though, the store-bought creamy, fatty salad dressings we sometimes pour on top of our veggie pile, almost defeats the purpose. So, I want to share with you a great no-recipe recipe for a healthier vinaigrette you can make from stuff you've already got in your cabinets at home.