Many families will decorate eggs this Easter season. There are many commercial dyes to choose from as well as numerous homemade recipes.
We are experiencing some unusual times and, depending on your perspective, that can be a good or bad thing. There’s no sense in allowing this to be an unpleasant experience, so let’s snap out of that negativity and do something positive and maybe even fun.
This year, plan to have nature help color your Easter eggs with natural dyes. Collect plant material listed below for a variety of shades.
When she was 4 months old, our oldest daughter contracted Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). As new parents, my husband and I were beyond scared as we watched our infant struggle to breathe.
It is difficult to know what to do in the garden with temps in the mid 60s during the day and then down in the teens at night and the next day, but you know I can always find something for you to do.
The Southeast U.S. is experiencing one of the warmest winters ever. Experts have tracked spring leaves emerging as far north as Virginia 3 weeks earlier than normal.
Mornings are busy for most households. Even if there’s just one of you, getting everyone out of bed and out the door is a challenge.
There’s no getting around it, we cannot live without plants. They provide the food we eat and filter out a vast amount of pollution, cleaning the air we breathe. Their gorgeous flowers bloom in every color in the spectrum and fill our hearts with joy. Bees and other insects that are crucial …
Some folks talk about how dreary and dead the bare trees make the forest appear in winter. Personally, I see a whole new world above the colored carpet on the forest floor.
Earlier this winter, my feathers got ruffled over a few Facebook posts I’d seen. To help diffuse the situation, my oldest sister shared some words of wisdom our grandmother told her years ago.
The cost of groceries and food can put serious strain on a household’s finances and even more stress on family members. One way families can cut spending is by making smart food shopping choices.
It’s that time of year again and many of us have made a list of New Year’s resolutions. However, how many times do we make resolutions that do not get checked off of our list?
One of the things my husband and I love about being school-based occupational therapists is that we get to enjoy many of the same vacation days as our 3 school-age children. Thus, we spent most of this past winter break at home together.
January 1st is often used to set new resolutions or goals for the coming year. If you are searching for ideas, consider a different type of “dieting” that may include the cakes and cookies from your neighbor.
Some time back, I read that leaving your house key with the neighbor was not a good idea and I took a look at my neighbor’s spare key hanging on the corkboard.