As I started to organize my photos from this summer, I came across one of me and Sissy the last time we visited Toys R Us before it closed its doors. We always made a big birthday trip to the toy superstore every year! With the big kids' birthdays just a few days apart, we… Continue reading Keeping Magic in the midst of Change
For the past few years, I have spent a lot of time not feeling well and seeing a lot of doctors. I also had a baby, and for those of you who have been reading for a while, you know that my journey to having Crankles was a long and hard one. Add a move… Continue reading Time For A Change
My kids love playing tea party at home, and when one of my closest friends invited me and the girls to tea, we of course had to go! I had no idea that Piccadilly Tea Parlour Victorian Tea Room even existed until we visited, and now that I know about this awesome place, I feel… Continue reading Tea Time at Piccadilly Parlour with Kids
I love Farmers Markets! It is a great way to support local farmers and get delicious, fresh produce! It is also a great way to teach children the process of growing food and how it goes from the farms to our tables. This summer, we have been attending local farmers markets, like the Youngstown Farmers… Continue reading Using the Farmers Market as A Teaching Tool
For one too many times this summer on social media, I have seen the whole "We only have 18 summers" bit on memes and stuff. At first, I was like, yes, we need to cherish our time with our kids. Goodness knows, I am very aware of how short that time is. I have a… Continue reading Why this “18 Summers” nonsense has to go
*I have been compensated with product for this review. All opinions are my own. May contain affiliate links Do you need some inspiration to keep your kids busy this summer? Then you might want to look into grabbing the new Laser X Micro Blasters! Laser X makes laser tag come to your backyard and is… Continue reading How to have fun in your Neighborhood with Laser X Micro Blasters
The Zits Pop n' Play Pimples come in packs like those pictured above and contain easy peel off stickers that you can put on your body. They have a variety of sizes, so you can have small ones and big ones. They are safe and non-toxic. It is sometimes a little tricky to pop, and sometimes when you do, you get that exploding effect (kinda like the real thing). I popped one of them on my daughter, and it got in my hair and all over my glasses. Yes, it was gross, but my girls and I were dying of laughter by the time we were done.
Using the elements from brainstorming, she began to flesh out her town. She gave it a name. She built a town hall, a school, playgrounds, houses, and other features that made up her town. As she got more creative, she began to make up stories about the people that lived in her town and what their lives were like.
When I began my children's party planning business over 10 years ago, it felt more like an adventure than anything else. Before that point, I had done a few MLMs, where there was someone above me guiding me to help me make sales and connect with customers. When I took the plunge to go out on my own, it was just me. Social Media was developing more, and things changed very quickly in the way that people marketed and grew their business. While I took a step back from the party planning business, I have been working on growing my brand as a blogger working with brands. I also help small businesses navigate social media and develop their own brands. It can be very rewarding, but it can also be very frustrating at times. I thought I would take a moment today to talk ways to gain and keep your customers that have worked for me.
Wubble Fulla Slime and Wubble Fulla Marbles Balls are sensory friendly balls that give your kids the fun of slime and gooey fun but wihtout the mess!