July is National Ice Cream Month Plus Fun Infographic

July is National Ice Cream Month Plus Fun Infographic

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! Did you know that July is National Ice Cream Month? What a cool holiday to celebrate, pun intended. I do love ice cream, although I eat a super small scoop these days plus a little topping (stay tuned for a Fireball caramel sauce recipe later this month). Hubby loves ice cream, he puts peanut butter on his. Growing up I have memories of my Grandpa … Continue Reading →
What to Celebrate in July – National Month of…

What to Celebrate in July – National Month of…

Need more reasons to celebrate in the month of July? There are plenty of things related to July being the national month of… National Anti-Boredom Month National Baked Bean Month National Blueberry Month National Cell Phone Courtesy Month National Culinary Arts Month National Horseradish Month National Hot Dog Month National Ice Cream Month National Picnic Month National Watercolor Month National Anti-Boredom Month Well this one is easy enough to fix just by celebrating all the … Continue Reading →
Chalkboard Signs Even If You Are Not An Artist

Chalkboard Signs Even If You Are Not An Artist

Chalkboard signs are all the rage right now.  BUT… I am not an artist, I love to craft, but that does not mean I’m overly artistic at all. When my twin granddaughters turned one in March I wanted to make some really super cool, amazing, awesome, artistic, fantastic chalkboard signs like I have seen on Pinterest and around the internet. I started searching and found several people selling them with custom information, I found some … Continue Reading →
Flag Day is June 14: Facts and Infographic

Flag Day is June 14: Facts and Infographic

Flag Day is June 14. This day commemorates the adoption of the flag which happened on June 14, 1777. However, it was not until 1916 that the current president, Woodrow Wilson, issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day. Then it was not until 1949 that National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress. Most of us were taught that Betsy Ross designed the American flag, but there is no … Continue Reading →
Send Mom a Gift for Mother’s Day from GourmetGiftBaskets.com! PLUS GIVEAWAY

Send Mom a Gift for Mother’s Day from GourmetGiftBaskets.com! PLUS GIVEAWAY

Mother’s Day is this Sunday! It’s not too late to send Mom a gift though with the help of GourmetGiftBaskets.com (disclosure: I have been compensated for this post, opinions are my own). They offer a wide variety of gifts for you to pick from and can ship it directly to your mom. How about a pretty box, which is reusable too, filled with lots of soft cookies in different flavors? The Love for Mom Cookie … Continue Reading →
Celebrate National Strawberry Day February 27 with Strawberry Sorbet (recipe)

Celebrate National Strawberry Day February 27 with Strawberry Sorbet (recipe)

Your mouth is watering looking at this strawberry sorbet, isn’t it? I know mine is! I love strawberries and so when the Pritikin Longevity Center + Spa (I would love to go to this spa) shared this recipe from Chef Anthony Stewart I knew I had to share it with you too. Today is National Strawberry Day (February 27) so this sorbet made with strawberries is a perfect way to celebrate. Not only is it delicious, … Continue Reading →
How to Say I Love You Around the World

How to Say I Love You Around the World

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so for this week’s infographic I thought it would be fun for us to learn to say “I Love You” in different languages from around the world. Impress your Valentine this February 14 by saying I Love You in all sort of different languages. Another idea that this infographic might help you with would be taking one (or more) of the languages and maybe making a meal with … Continue Reading →
Football Shaped Foods for the Big Game Plus Free Printable Super Bowl Bingo Cards

Football Shaped Foods for the Big Game Plus Free Printable Super Bowl Bingo Cards

The big game day is coming, Super Bowl LI (the 51st event) on February 5, 2017. If you are hosting or attending a party below are some fun football shaped foods that you can make for the football game. Some of the ideas are even things you don’t have to cook! I’ve also included a download of some free Super Bowl Bingo cards for you. These are just a fun little thing to play along … Continue Reading →
I’m Still Here and Giveaway Update

I’m Still Here and Giveaway Update

Yes, I am still here! As you probably can tell I haven’t been posting here on the blog very much lately. The twins both got a stomach virus, then they both got RSV and ear infections, and then of course, it got passed on to Hubby and I. Ugh! I never did daycare with my own son, but the twins started a few months ago and are bringing home all sorts of cooties unfortunately. I … Continue Reading →
Infographic: The History of Christmas Traditions

Infographic: The History of Christmas Traditions

I know you all love the facts and trivia on the infographics each Saturday. Today I have one from Tree Classics about the history of Christmas traditions. I had to laugh when I read the tradition in Ireland because my Hubby would totally love playing Santa in that country (and he is part Irish). The facts about some of the record setting Christmas trees at the bottom of the infographic are also very interesting. What … Continue Reading →