After a history-making spring, graduation looks different for many members of the class of 2020. You can still create the meaningful, memorable celebration your child deserves. Whether you’re marking your student’s completion of college, high school or even middle or elementary school, make it matter. From ceremony to diploma to party, we’ve got virtual graduation ideas for you.
Having started just ten years ago as a ten-person Seattle start-up, Zulily knows and loves small local businesses. In the last decade, we’ve helped many companies grow up along with us. This spring, Zulily, in partnership with our sister brands QVC and HSN and the National Retail Federation Foundation, is working to lend a helping hand to small business owners facing unprecedented challenges. The Small Business Spotlight project enables us to showcase some of America’s finest small businesses.
In celebration of Mother’s Day this month, we reached out to some amazing moms who also happen to be incredible businesswomen. We asked them what they have learned from motherhood, how they’ll guide their kids and how they take time for themselves. Here’s what they had to say.
Being a parent or caretaker always comes with challenges. These days, it’s more important than ever to remember to take some time for yourself. When you feel calmer, it’s easier to meet the needs of your loved ones and be present for them. Give yourself permission to carve out some “me time” for self-care with our tips and suggestions.
Click the image at left to visit our Celebrate You shop for tips and treats picked by moms.
Sometimes a handwritten letter or card is just the thing to lift someone’s spirits. Letter writing benefits the sender as you organize your thoughts to share with another person. Letters are personal. Letters make you slow down and think about what you want to say. And they can be saved to read again and again. Even in our modern age of smart phones and social media, everyone from homeschooled kids to busy adults can enjoy writing a letter.
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.
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).