My favorite Halloweens before my kids were born were the ones I spent agonizing over my dog’s annual costume. Yes, you read that right. Not my own, my dog’s.
Dressing up as your favorite pop culture icon or well-loved classic, like a zombie or ghost, is a great way to celebrate Halloween. But costumes are not just for people anymore.
Just a little bit of decoration can go a long way to welcoming the transition of a new season into your home.
There’s something truly bittersweet that comes with the transition of seasons. You’re not quite ready to release your grip on the great memories and adventures that occurred during the previous season, but there’s still the thrill of change in the air – sometimes quite literally.
More often than not, I find myself leaving my apartment with just my phone. I’ve seriously downsized the amount of things I carry with me when I go out, keeping all of my most-used credit cards, license and some cash in the back of my phone case.
Halloween is one of our favorite times of year and offers plenty of opportunities to show your fun, scary or original side off to friends and family. Give guests a treat before ever opening the door.
The ninth month of the year has always been a special one. The return of cool breezes, the leaves beginning to turn, and back-to-school season. It also has a more recent addition to the list of celebration-worthy arrivals. It now also marks the return of Secondhand September
Most teachers make their jobs look easy. But in reality, helping hundreds of children and young adults grow both in their studies and as people is no easy feat.
If there’s one thing I love more than thrift shopping, it’s traveling. And I really, really love being able to combine the two. Summer travel season is here and below are a few reasons you might want to add hitting up a Goodwill to your travel itinerary.