I find Father’s Day gifts to be one of the hardest gifts to buy. Unless your guy has a specific hobby that you can add to each year, it can be really hard to come up with what to get. Lucky for you, I’m here to help you with a few ideas this year!
If you have young children, I find homemade gifts to be the best option. What Dad doesn’t love getting gift made just for them by their little ones. A few that we have done in the past year are:
Chilliwack is known for many things- great hiking, camping, Cultus lake.. but it’s also famous for its golfing! Whether you’re new to golf , looking for family fun or are well on your way to becoming the next Tiger Woods, Chilliwack has the golf course for you!
Spring is here which means so are the yummy and fresh salads. Everybody needs their fill of greens! In this blog learn 3 easy and delicious salad recipes to up your salad game this spring. We have taken the liberty to find the most fitting recipes to truly capture the taste of spring, so keep reading and pick a favourite (or 2).
The sun is out and it’s almost time to ditch the layers in favour of sundresses and shorts. Spring is here and summer is around the corner; and I don’t know about you, but I love being outside and discovering new places near me.
Easter is just around the corner! Where has 2019 gone? It’s going so fast! Do you need some ideas for your Easter gift baskets? I know I always struggle this time of year deciding what to get for my kids and my husband. So, here are some ideas for you!
If Halloween is your jam and you want to have the heebie-jeebies scared right out of you, you are in right place! Below you’ll find a list of haunted houses you can check out in the Fraser Valley.
Over the past few months I have been struggling with what kind of meals to make for myself and my two year old son. To give you a bit of perspective, I am a horrible eater and could survive on coffee and some crackers for the entire day. On the other hand, part of my bad eating habits have rubbed off on my son (who refuses to eat half the time). Also as a single parent I am not one to buy a ton of groceries just to have them in the fridge when more then half of them will probably go to waste and or won’t even get eaten just for the sake of trying to cook for one adult and one child.
Being a mom changes you – your emotions, your outlook on life, your motivation, your priorities, and most definitely, your body. Change doesn’t have to be a bad thing. But if you’re like me, you likely struggle with how to cope and adapt when faced with THAT MUCH change.
Back in the day when we had never heard about Hygge, my sister came home with the idea of making our own candles. The process involved using an empty milk carton in which a wick was steadied as we poured melted paraffin with chunks of our favourite broken wax crayons. For variety, you might put ice in the bottom first to create those awesome designs on the outside of the candle. Once the wax was set, you cut away the milk carton and your candle was ready to be gifted to your mom as the perfect addition to her “groovy” 60s décor!