If you, your spouse, or children received monetary gifts for Christmas and you’re still wondering–almost two months later–“What are some creative ways to spend our Christmas money?,” this article is for you! In it, I’m proposing six ways families like yours could spend that gift you’ve been holding onto since December. And, as you might expect, all of the ideas are geared toward helping families learn more about other cultures or countries. (By the way, the article contains a few Amazon affiliate links, which will allow me to earn income from qualifying purchases.) PURCHASE MUSEUM TICKETS OR MEMBERSHIPS Families that are interested in exploring different cultural institutions this year should…
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6 Ways Your Family Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day This Year
During the past year, the Covid pandemic has really put a damper on the way that individuals celebrate holidays. Activities like eating meals in restaurants with loved ones, attending parties with friends and so on have been discouraged in order to slow the rate of transmission of the contagious virus. But, that doesn’t mean that celebrations have to be avoided; they may just look a little different for the time being. Now that Valentine’s Day is two weeks away, you may be asking yourself, “How can I make Valentine’s Day special this year for my children?” If you’ve wondered this, keep reading. Hopefully, you’ll find below at least one idea…
5 Simple Italian Recipes To Make For Your Family
Thanks to the talented home chefs I’ve known throughout my life–including my mom, grandmothers, aunts, and mother-in-law–I have an appreciation of food that allows me to enjoy familiar dishes, as well as be open to trying new ones. For example, while I enjoy eating dishes that are reflective of my own family and culture, I also like to eat dishes that are popular in, or that originated in, other cultures and countries. If you’ve ever read my “About Me” page, you may remember that I’m a big fan of Mexican dishes. However, if you conduct a search on this site for food, you’ll notice that I like a wide variety…