Valentine's Day tends to be filled with hallmark cards, generic stuffed animals, and boxes of heart shaped chocolates. If you're into celebrating this holiday, why not add a homemade touch to it? For your loved one, for your family, or a party for friends; I've gathered up a few recipes that may breathe some life into the day of love.
The word "hostel" doesn't necessarily evoke thoughts of adorable mini-hotels, thanks in part to a certain terrible movie, but also just the fact that it's usually so much easier to just grab a well known hotel/motel while you're traveling and call it a day. But if you're looking to do some traveling, and especially on a budget, doing a little bit of research into hostels might be a great way to help you save some money.
It took me a long time, but here I am: finally enjoying broccoli almost every way it's served. Although it's easy to get broccoli all year round, it actually tastes best in the fall/winter (it's more sweet, less bitter). Broccoli does a lot of great things for you, so here are some recipes to test drive if maybe the ol' raw broccoli thing isn't doing it for you!
ArtFire is once again teaming up with Tophatter to bring fans of both sites an auction fit for you & your Valentine on January 17th starting at 3PM PST. Come join us for our second auction with Tophatter!
Usually when you think of winter foods, fresh fruit isn't exactly the first thing to pop into your mind. Cold weather tends to put the kibosh on a lot of the fresh, seasonal fruits that grace our tables and restaurant menus when the weather is warmer... Fortunately for all you fresh food lovers out there, wintertime has its own crop of delicious fruits for the picking!
For a long time my wardrobe, and my life, was filled with a lot of monochrome. Why add to your gloomy January day by wearing a black shirt, surrounded by white walls? Let's inject a little color into our lives!
If you're tired of playing in the snow, or never had any snow (like me) and instead had a lot of rain, you've come to the right place! I've come up with a few rainy/snowy day projects for you, some of which can be done with children, others are probably more suitable for adults.
One of the best parts of winter is getting to indulge in hot beverages of all kinds, and especially this winter, I've become convinced that just about everything tastes better when you can drink it out of a mug.
In the U.S. where so many vegetables and fruits can be found all year round, it's easy to forget that these foods actually have seasons, for the most part. Since I don't want to show you the usual suspects (Broccoli!), I thought I'd share a few vegetables with you that you may never have heard of or seen!
Wintertime where I live brings much less snow than it does rain, so much of the winter months are spent breaking out the wet weather gear and trying not to get soaked while you're out and about. I found these great DIY projects that'll have that boring umbrella, rain coat, or those rain boots looking stylish and unique in no time!