Well folks like it or not it's that time again for snow, snow and more snow. Now many usually take this time to start their hibernation with hot cocoa and a good book. But what happens when you're kids are home for break and they've played with every toy in the house? Well no need to go out and buy more gifts before Christmas because we're here to help!
Here are a few wintertime ideas provided by Parents.com
Make colored ice cubes and hide them around the yard, for a scavenger hunt.
For more great ideas check out Parents.com (http://www.parents.com).
-1 small ginger root
-2 Tablespoons organic coconut oil
-2 Tablespoons raw honey
-1 Teaspoon ground cinnamon
For directions and more remedies check out Girl Meets Nourishment
To see more boo-tastic costumes check out the Ellen Degeneres Show.
Since we are getting so close to Halloween and it's so hard to figure out what to dress up as, I thought I would lend a hand and share some creative ideas for your fuzzy best friends. Here are just a couple of ideas, but make sure to check out BuzzFeed for their whole list of spooktacular costumes!
And let me just say it has not been a kind one. Lately I sneeze more than I talk and my eyes are constantly watering. So if any of you are like me, you are definitely on the prowl for any relief.
Here at Unique, we like to keep things natural, so when I came across Amy's post, A Blossoming Life, I knew I had to share it. Amy's recipe is super simple with just two ingredients, that stop allergies in their tracks. Check out A Blossoming Life for the recipe to no sneezes and clear eyes!
And if you have any other natural cures let me know! My nose will thank you!