Every month there is lots to celebrate – official holiday or not, they provide great inspiration for creative activities you can do with your family. April is: National Humor Month, National Pecan Month, Lawn and Garden Month, Records and Information Management Month and Stress Awareness Month. . . . → Read More: Celebrating April
On March 8th 2011, Women all over the world will be gathering together to celebrate International Women’s Day. This is the time to showcase and celebrate all the amazing things that Women do on a daily basis. It also brings to attention the struggle for not only equality, but the basic human rights that many women all over the world are still fighting for. . . . → Read More: How to Host an International Women’s Day Celebration in Your City
With the beginning of each year conversation naturally turns to goals and dreams to be accomplished in the upcoming year. . . . → Read More: Teaching Kids How To Make New Year’s Goals a Reality
I am writing to introduce you to a fantastic charity that is helping women survivors of war and their family’s. These are the nameless, faceless causalities of war that are usually forgotten, or hidden. Women for Women International shines a spotlight in the darkness and brings hope, education, resources, opportunities and a voice to those who have been marginalized and forgotten. . . . → Read More: Gifts That Give Back – Women for Women International and a Creative Christmas
Instead of the usual cookie or gift exchange, why not get together with other creative parents for a “Christmas Creativity Exchange” This is a fun quick way to fill those school-free holiday days with lots of creative activity. . . . → Read More: Christmas Creativity Exchange
It is no coincidence that “presence” and “presents” sound so similar. What do you remember the most from your childhood holidays? The presents? Or was it the time spent in in the presence of friends and family, doing things together to celebrate the season? . . . → Read More: “Presence” Vs. “Presents” – How to Have a Creative Holiday Season
November 21, 2010 is the 38th annual World Hello Day. It is a great opportunity to focus on the messages of communication and peace. . . . → Read More: Celebrate World Hello Day!