Other than eating tons of food and expressing gratitude, learning about the first Thanksgiving is a long-held tradition. This Thanksgiving, use these teacher-approved videos to teach your kiddos about one of America’s favorite holidays.
Need a pick-me-up? Check out this heartwarming video of a community coming together to share in Will’s joy.
Today’s post made me scratch my head, honestly. Remember the days when we covered our school books with brown paper bags ? Well, according to today’s post, if you do that with brown paper bags then you never have to clean your kitchen shelves again. Click on the image below to read the DIY so […]
What do we love about fall? Well, here are a few things… The cool mornings Sunrises & Sunsets Sipping our favorite beverage as we cozy up by the fireplace/patio firepit The varied colors of the leaves…as long as we don’t have to rake them up Pumpkin spice drinks SALES Check out this video featuring 4 […]
I’m not a fan of grating. Why? Let’s just say that my knuckle skin has no doubt infused itself into the DNA of everyone who’s ever eaten grated ingredients from our 30-year old grater. That being said, here are 19 things that you can grate…in case you were looking for them. Click on the image […]
Having worked in hospitals and medical settings as well as an EMT, I’m familiar with professional response to emergencies, in the controlled medical environment and on the scene of an incident. As a father with experience in the healthcare setting, I feel strongly about educating my kids to respond properly to emergencies. Believe me, we’ve […]
Of the most stunning fall seasons I’ve experienced, my two years in northern Utah and southern Idaho are tops. The rich and brilliant color changes on the leaves, in the air, and on the ground were magical, whether walking, biking, or driving through them. Today’s post covers 10 “leaf peeping” spots. The word peeping made […]
Sure, sure. We’ve all heard of blooming onions. BUT… Today’s gift to you is a video of how to make a “blooming apple” and it’s à la mode. I’m looking to make these with my older daughter Emma, but I was inspired to buy a white ceramic knife, like in the video. As Emma says, […]
If you love red apples and chocolate, then today’s post is just for you. Drizzling caramel onto the apples or adding walnuts is totally optional, although I highly endorse that option! Click on the image below to check out this delicious snack, ready to eat in about an hour…
Tax issues are never fun unless, no, there is no exception. I can still recall an issue we had with identity theft TWICE and how that impacted our tax returns for three years. It took just around two years for the IRS to pay us returns owed to us for one year. It was less […]