Do you know someone that loves socks? If so, Christmas is the perfect time to gift a few new pairs and to stuff that stocking with. The fact is everyone needs them and honestly, they don’t have to be boring either. I’ll admit that I’m not usually a sock fan but the company DeadSoxy has swayed me in that choice. Now, I’ve only been wearing this brand of socks for about a week but I really like them for a number of reasons in which I’ll point out below.
There seems to be no shortage of hurricanes lately for most people that live along coastal waters. Riding out a hurricane safely is beneficial since you will not have to wait to be allowed back in the area to begin cleanup. Below are a few of the first steps you should take right after a hurricane.
It’s a good thing to challenge your brain in different ways. If looking for a great screen-free way to do so, you may want to consider activity books. I was introduced to a collection of brain games which include Number Puzzles, Crossword Puzzles, Logic Puzzles, Word Searches, Sudoku, and Instant Brain Teasers all compiled together in the new Mind Stretcher Puzzle Book series from Reader’s Digest.
Do you or someone you know love to cook, bake, or both? I personally can’t pick one over the other! I’m constantly looking for new treats, meals, drinks, appetizers, and other delicious goodies to make for friends and family. As much and as often as I look for recipes online, I still like having cookbooks on my shelves to flip through. The more pictures to tantalize the eyes and tickle the taste buds the better and that is why I adore the Taste of Home cookbooks!
Stitch Camp: 18 Crafty Projects for Kids & Tweens – Learn 6 All-Time Favorite Skills: Sew, Knit, Crochet, Felt, Embroider & Weave is an awesome book. This guide is geared toward girls and boys ages through 9-14 years old but can be used by anyone.
Julie Elias is a new to me female Christian music artist. Her main goal is to reach teen and tween girls with her stories of rejection, beauty, and faith using her entire walk to be an encouragement through not only her music but through the non-profit Aurora Ministries she founded in 2014. Through this ministry, she shares through music, booklets, blogging, conferences, and so forth God’s role in her life.