Is the whole family working (and learning) from home these days? Try these home office design hacks to give busy spaces a functional and design-right refresh.
Look your best for that company conference call, online parent-teacher chat or your virtual book club meeting with scarves and other smart accessories for our “new normal” lifestyle.
These days, comfy is the new chic but there are still times we need to look — and feel — a bit more professional. Whether you’re wearing denim, dress pants or (honestly?) pajama bottoms, we’ve got tips and tricks for looking great online. Here’s the 4-1-1 on a great work-from-home wardrobe.Continue reading Scarves & More Work-From-Home Wardrobe Essentials
Here’s some good news: Coloring is classic activity that can help reduce stress and improve focus. It’s great for all ages – and you’ve probably got the supplies you need in your home right now.. Get started with these FREE, ready-to-print coloring pages OR read on for some surprising info and tips for extra fun.
In this April like no other, many schedules have open spaces that Little League, 5k runs and other outdoor activities once filled. Here are three DIY backyard games to encourage time in the fresh air and sunshine (and maybe get family members more interested in spring cleaning).
With people spending a lot of time at home these days, bedrooms are being used for more than sleeping. They’re retreats, second offices and home movie theaters. Here’s how to give this busy space a clever refresh with a DIY headboard.
Meditation can work wonders for maintaining emotional health through stressful times and beyond. Meditation is a great practice for kids and families, too. Discover the benefits plus meditation tips for a basic 5-minute practice you can begin today.
Suddenly find yourself homeschooling the kids? Reading is a critical skill and we’re here to help with tips and inspiration.