The 4th of July is tomorrow! Are you ready? This year is totally different than in years past. We won’t be having parades, fireworks or bbqs due to the pandemic. However, we can still have a great holiday by being a little more creative. Here are 5 fun ideas you could do to celebrate the 4th!
I’m finding this 4th of July I’m having to work a little harder to put together some fun ways we can celebrate. The parades have been canceled this year thanks to Covid, our annual 4th of July BBQ isn’t happening and firework shows are limited, so what are we going to do? Well, we’re going to create our own fun right at home, including the food menu! Here’s some fun ways you can celebrate the 4th of July with these patriotic food ideas!
Are you planning a fun, yet socially responsible BBQ this weekend? Whether or not you are planning to have friends and family over, or you are celebrating with just those in your household, you probably want to have a fun time grilling up your favorite holiday foods.
Are you tired of spending your evenings cleaning your house? I like my evenings to be restful, but with 3 kids, it’s almost never restful because I spend all of my evenings cleaning up after them.
Guys. This year, my in-laws had a cherry tree full to the brim with absolutely perfect cherries. No worm or anything. I’ll admit, I’m not a super cherry fan, but these recipes that I found definitely have me drooling. Plus, you should start seeing cherries on sale in your local stores in the next few weeks.
Are you ready to start saving some money? Or maybe you want to save yourself a lot of time? My friends, it is time to plan a freezer cooking day. That’s right. A freezer cooking day can save you both time and money and you are going to love adding this into your typical schedule!
This year seems to be the year everyone is getting a trailer and taking up camping. And for good reason, with the current situation it’s the best way to get away from the city, relax with the people that really matter and eat yummy food! We’ve had a trailer the last couple of years so I wanted to share some of our favorite meals we take camping! I promise they’ll have you drooling!
Well friends, we are home for most of this summer! Are you excited about that? Okay, I know you may be feeling frustrated because your vacation plans have been changed, but I am doing my best to try and make the best of the situation. For me that means I am doing a lot of work on my yard. I want my outdoor space to feel like a bit of an oasis since I am not able to travel to an oasis like I really wanted to.
Are you feeling a little bit of cabin fever? I know that we are all doing our part to stay home, stay healthy and keep others healthy as well, but I get it. I too am ready to get out of the house and do something! We like to vacation during the summers and the prospect of not doing anything at is a real bummer to me. That’s why we are planning a couple of close to home vacations for our family.
Just because you’re not traveling far doesn’t mean its going to be cheap though. Close to home vacations can sometimes be just as expensive as a tropical or international vacation. Just follow some tips for saving money on a close to home vacation and you can be having a blast and keeping your wallet full!
The current health crisis that is affecting most of the world has meant that a lot of businesses need to think outside the box so that they can remain afloat while meeting social distancing measures. If you have recently been given the option to start working from home and are looking to set up a home office, you may be panicking. While it is unlikely that you are going to be able to do it for free, it doesn’t need to cost quite as much as you think it does.