EAT BEFORE YOU SHOP.
Always eat before shopping because if you are hungry when shopping you’ll tend to overspend and make unnecessary purchases.
EAT LIGHT SNACK BEFORE THE PARTY.
Drink a full glass of water, eat an apple, have a light snack before going to the party. Do not arrive at the party hungry because you will most likely end up overeating.
BOND WITH YOUR TEEN OVER BEAUTIFUL MUSIC.
Play a song you used to love when you were younger, then describe why you love it. Let her introduce you to songs that she likes and ask why she likes them. You can also bond over movies or books.
Protect yourself from harmful wrinkle and cancer-causing UV and UVB rays. Use one with a SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of 15 or higher. Apply every 2 hours when on the beach or when you’re out and perspiring heavily.
BRING THE OUTDOORS IN.
Bring in a plant or cut a bent leafy stem from one of your plants, put it in a vase, add some rocks and give your place a minimalist modern look. Flowers will create warmth in any home. Tie these up in large bunches or peel off the petals to decorate your tabletops.
Brisk and regular walking is the simplest aerobic exercise you can do anywhere, anytime of the day. Regular aerobic exercise may protect women from breast, uterine and cervical cancer risks.
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TEACHING YOUR CHILD TO SAY THANK YOU.
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UPDATE,BORROW OR SWAP.
If you have décor that you’ve grown tired of, you can paint it, clean it up or combine it with newer items for that modern look. Ask your family and friends for décor that they don’t need then trade these with your own. Learn to spot the potentials right in your own home. Decorate and arrange elements from time to time to keep the room looking fresh and pleasant.
CREATE BONDING MOMENTS.
Spice up and create interest in your family history–“how Lolo and Lola used to live during the war”. How to do it? Camp in your own backyard and let your kids experience the simple life of their grandparents. Turn off all lights in the main house; work only with lights coming from flashlights and candles. Assign your kids to do all the cooking like grilling hotdogs and cooking rice. Tell them family stories they love to hear again and again, like how much dating cost when mom and dad were going out. And when the stars come out, spread the banig and count the stars while enjoying warm glasses of NIDO and toasted marshmallows or cereal bars. It is a different way to bond with your family, and a fun way to go back to your roots too.
HOW TO SPICE UP YOUR REUNION WITH GAMES.
Reunions and family gatherings are when everone wants to catch up with one another, and also have fun together. So, make up games that use this connection to keep everyone laughing and having fun! Devise rules that ensure the family get to know each other's anecdotes, jokes, unforgettable moments, secrets, and more!
Water Balloons • Musical Dress Up • Spill the Beans
Instead of a personal organizer, why don’t you share your to-do-list, homemaking tips and calendar of activities with the whole family through a family organizer. According to Cynthia Townley Ewer, editor of Organized Home, this multipurpose planner will save time, reduce stress, and open communication lines among family members. Family organizers can also be an instant, convenient and common source of important family documents such as copies of birth certificates, identification numbers, receipts, school permission slips, calling cards etc. By doing this, every member of the household becomes more involved and excited in planning family activities. They also get to share ideas, thoughts and opinions about themselves and their homes.
NAMETAG TO INDENTIFY PARTY DRINKS.
During a party, guests often get caught up with conversations and may forget where they placed their drinks. Help them keep track of their glasses through nametags. Design and cut out construction paper, write names on the tags and use a puncher to make holes to thread around their respective glass items.