1. cupcakesandcashmere.com: I came across this blog about eight years ago, and it’s grown so much since then. Back in 2012, it was still written by one blogger, Emily Schuman. In the past eight years, it has blossomed into a full-blown, multi-writer fashion and beauty blog, with travel and home decor tips as well as recipes and more.
Summer can be sunny and warm, beckoning us outdoors for our recreation. This year has been a little different with the COVID-19 pandemic, however, limiting our outdoor pastimes and keeping us a cooped up inside. Even if we are free to rejoin our open-air recreational groups, there will be rainy days this summer. So, now might a good time to consider taking up an indoor hobby.
Podcasts have made a comeback. As telephones have become more sophisticated and the introduction of in-home smart devices and satellite radio in vehicles, podcasts have a variety of venues. Here are seven recommendations.
With gyms closed this spring due to the coronavirus, I had to find some outdoor exercises that would rev up my heart rate and give me a full-body workout but didn’t require any equipment beyond a bench. Below are three workouts I’m still using.
Now that it’s warm, get the kids outside with these five classic games: 1. Scavenger hunts: Make a list of items available outside that the children can collect and bring back to you. Depending on the ages of the children participating, you can be as specific as “a leaf from a maple tree” to as general as “something green.” Set a reasonable time limit for the children to find each item. The first one to collect all the items or the one who has the most items when times expires is the winner.
I spent this spring hiking in and around Stark County and discovering all kinds of beautiful places I’d never visited before. If you’re looking for a scenic adventure this summer, here are some of my recommendations.