Valentine's Day is all about showing those you love—whether that be your spouse/significant other, children, parents, or a best friend—just how much you love them. While there's nothing wrong with the tried and true—cards, chocolates, and flowers—we have a few more creative ideas that are sure to delight and surprise the loves of your life!
In the last year, we've all had to become a little more creative about how we do things... Especially as our kids are now spending more time than ever online, which means that they're not only socially distanced from their friends, but they're sedentary as well. Below we've listed three simple things you can do to encourage creativity in the children you love, whether they're your own kids, your grandchildren, or your nieces and/or nephews.
Let's face it—this last year has been formidable and full of unprecedented "firsts." As 2020 draws to a close, it goes without saying that we could all use a little joy and some serious sparkle right about now. Surprising someone with a piece of jewelry carefully chosen just for them is sure to add a little much-needed cheer this holiday season.
It's often said that this is "the most wonderful time of the year," but when it comes to finding the perfect gift for the people on your gift list, it can actually be the most stressful time of the year. We're here to help, however, with some wonderfully unique, sustainable, and oh-so-practical gifts that everyone on your gift list will love.
In this post, we're going to focus on some of our bee-friendly products that either give back to the community, help the environment, are made in the USA, are fair trade or are created by local artisans. Additionally, bee-friendly gifts help bring attention to the dire plight of honey bees. These are truly gifts that keep on giving—and who doesn't appreciate that?
Each year the average American uses 300 or more plastic bags that can take up to 1,000 years to decompose in our overflowing landfills. Starting May 2022, however, both plastic and paper single-use bags, as well as disposable food containers and cups made out of polystyrene foam, will be banned, and New Jersey residents will be required to use reusable bags.