Easter is a family holiday full of games, baskets, big meals, and traditions. We need to get creative this year more than ever to bring some joy and fun into our life. This year I want you to give Easter Baskets to everyone in your life! No matter the age, let’s give everyone something to look forward to and create memories and experiences for all. … Continue reading Easter Baskets for Everyone!
Gifting experiences and personalized things are the gifts that keep giving. Let’s create fun lasting memories together this Valentine’s. The holiday is all about connecting and showing how much we care about each other. Let’s think outside the box and get creative with some experiences! Celebrated– Party in a Box We all deserve to celebrate! Why not throw your loved one a safe virtual party this … Continue reading Valentine’s Gift Ideas
We all need something to look forward to right now. And usually the Holidays are something everyone can get excited about. I know it is hard right now not being able to see loved ones. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate and keep new and old traditions alive. Let’s get creative with food, zoom it up with family, take things outside, and give back this … Continue reading Thanksgiving- Creating New Traditions While Keeping the Old Ones Alive!
Let’s all be honest, we are drinking more during quarantine. There is no judgement. This is a challenging time for everyone. We all deserve to explore and try new things this autumn and summer. Let’s get out of our comfort zones and try something new. Try pairing the drinks below with some vibrant music, virtual-tours online, or pairing it with some cultural cuisine, but no … Continue reading Travel The World Through Cocktails
One thing for sure, is that we have to up our date nights and keep romance alive! No matter what else is going on in the world, we need that. We have to create small things to look forward to on a weekly basis. Let’s enhance date night in any way we can. Not being able to go to our favorite restaurant or having impromptu wine bar nights has been something we have all … Continue reading Let’s Bring Date Night Back
So many of us missed birthday, anniversaries, graduations, spring breaks during the past few months. It was difficult to really celebrate besides endless zoom parties. It is also a time where we need something to look forward to. Most cities still have restrictions in place, and we of course need to be very careful moving forward. But if you take the extra precautions you can do … Continue reading The Art of the Staycation
I am no expert on how to do everything. But I have gotten pretty good at making whatever I have at home work for about anything. If this time period has taught us anything it is a self confidence that we CAN do things for ourselves and have the ability to do them. Of course it is nice to go get that mani and pedi … Continue reading DIY- Pamper Yourself at Home
Now that working from home is our new normal, how are you adjusting? I am someone who works from anywhere; could be a home, hotel, sometimes even the car. That being said I have to be disciplined. Otherwise, I would never get anything done. But even for me I had to reevaluate how I can stay focused while working from home. Our daily schedule has … Continue reading How to stay focused while working from home?
Life has gotten crazy over the last few weeks. Parents had to become teachers and kids had to become students in their own homes. It can be easy for everyone to plop down in front of the T.V. and to take a much needed escape. But, you do not want to get in a groundhog’s day where the days start bleeding together. Add some virtual, … Continue reading Virtual Life with Kids
Our daily life has a new meaning. The daily grind now consists of wearing pj’s all day, home schooling, big outings or backyard strolls. And to top it all off, we can not see anyone in person. This is a lot. It can be overwhelming and stressful. Instead of getting down, why not try to take those daily routines and elevate them? Why not try … Continue reading How to Elevate our “New Normal”