Valentine’s Day was always a favorite of mine in grade school. We got to craft our shoebox mailboxes and there was typically a party complete with a showing of “Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown” and lots of red and pink treats! I don’t have any kids of mine own, but I have some very young… Continue reading You Can’t Forget the Tiny Humans!
Valentine’s Day can often make those not in a relationship feel excluded or un-loved. In recent years, it has also been re-branded Singles Awareness Day. Although I applaud the clever response to a traditionally romantic-focused holiday; I think the singles of the world-and everyone else- could do one better and see Valentine’s Day as an… Continue reading Spread the Love
I don’t think you can ever go wrong with a classic. In my eyes, red roses on Valentine’s Day will never go out of style. However, you can improve upon a classic or add it. This year if you’re hoping he will step up his rose game you might just want to casually leave this… Continue reading A Twist on a Classic
So your boyfriend doesn’t like getting all of the red and pink items from the Target Valentine’s Day aisle that somehow all seem to be covered in glitter? Who knew! Valentine’s Day may not be a traditionally manly holiday, but I’m confident you can find a way to show all of the men in your… Continue reading Valentine’s Day- Gifts For Guys
Back in college my girlfriends and I decided we needed people to buy all of the pink, red and sparkly things that come out for Valentine’s Day for. Since boys don’t really seem to care for them, we decided to buy them for each other. Thanks to Leslie Knope and one of my favorite episodes… Continue reading Galentine’s Day!
I LOVE giving and receiving gifts, but it forced to choose between gifts and a little quality time I would prefer quality time. As you get older and people’s lists of obligations grow to be miles long, setting aside time for friends or family member becomes priceless. It is often during these times that the… Continue reading The Friend Date
During the last few months I have become very acquainted with the grieving process. The end of 2016 was not too kind. Grief is not something any of us ask for, but inevitably we all face. It is a required course in the school of life. It is an experience that will make you wiser… Continue reading Gifts During Grief