Month: July 2020

July 27, 2020

How Parents Can Maintain Work-Life Balance When Working Remotely (Guest Post)

Photo via Pexels When you work from home, balancing your professional and personal life can be extremely challenging. While it may seem impossible at times, maintaining a healthy equilibrium is achievable with some good planning. Check out the following tips to learn how you can boost productivity at your remote job—and make time for family too! Keep Stress Under Control Chances are, there are several […]

July 22, 2020

Easy DIY Popsicle Recipes

Is it hot where are live?  We are suppose to be near 100 all week long!!  A yummy way to cool the family down are  Popsicles. My grandkids are always wanting them when they visit, and grandma always has many in the freezer. All you need are some popsicle molds. Walmart has some standard ones for a good price. When you take them out of […]

July 13, 2020

Pure Child

Sometimes it amazes me the demands that are placed on children these days. While as parents we can all say that we had it “harder” then our kids do now because we had to be creative and play with our imagination where as now there are video games, computers and more. Let’s face it, the pressure that is put on our children today to grow […]

July 11, 2020

Ways To Enjoy The Summer When Keeping Close To Home

Summer is here and we have more Corona Virus  cases going up every day. It definitely not going to be a normal summer. How do we make it fun for our family when we still need to stay close to home?  Vacations may be canceled, but no one said you couldn’t do a staycation! Let me share some fun activities that the whole family will […]

July 2, 2020

Tips and Tricks For Those Mismatched Socks

Have you ever wondered why when you put in two socks in the washer only ONE comes out?  Where did it go? Well instead of throwing them away there are a lot of fun things you can do with just that one sock. Let me share a few tips and tricks for those Mismatched Socks. Wear them mismatched, my grandkids tell me that is the […]