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Have Fun Camping At River Glen Equestrian Park

Whether a person is a fan of camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking, or simply spending time on the river, the River Glen Equestrian Park is an ideal location. Perhaps an even bigger draw is the high number of horse shows, 200 horse stalls, and other equestrian-related activities on the 190-acre property.... [read more]

Amp Up Your 4th of July Party with This Festive BBQ Station

Table with food and drinks set for celebrating July 4th on the back patio.
Get in the festive mood to celebrate the 4th of July with this barbeque station by Somewhat Simple. This station will take Your barbeque experience to the level because nothing says Happy 4th of July like a barbeque. This inexpensive station is excellent if you're planning a get-together to celebrate... [read more]

Make This Easy Orange Cream Pop Recipe

Make This Easy Orange Cream Pop Recipe
Summertime is a wonderful time to take it slow and enjoy the beauty around you. Many people opt to spend their days outside at the park, lake, or even for just a stroll around their neighborhood. Summer is the time for longs days by the pool and nights catching fireflies... [read more]

Easy Grilled Garlic Shrimp Recipe For Your Next Cookout

Grilled Shrimp
If you're looking for something that is easy and flavorful, check out this Grilled Garlic Shrimp recipe by Creme de la Crumb. This is the type of food that will leave you speechless, so don't miss out on the opportunity to make this delicious meal this summer. This super simple... [read more]

Get Creative This Season At Pink Pig Pottery Studio

Young woman artist making clay bowl on pottery wheel
Pottery has a rich history that dates back thousands of years. If you've ever visited a museum, you've probably seen some of the pottery from ancient civilizations. The pieces often provide insight into their way of life as the pieces they made were mostly for practical use. Today, pottery is... [read more]

Enjoy Nature This Summer With This DIY Birdfeeder

When spring and summer months arrive the flowers start to bloom, the bees start to buzz, and the birds start to sing. You may already have a garden to get an up-close look at the brilliant botanical display put on by Mother Nature this time of year, but you also... [read more]

Get Your Spring Cleaning Done With These Tips

Cute toddler girl helping her mom cleaning the floor with mop.
Spring cleaning is a time for fresh starts and renewed energy. However, the thought of tackling a long list of cleaning tasks can be daunting. The good news is that with a few helpful tips, spring cleaning can be done in no time. Here are some top tips from Good... [read more]

Make Your Summer Colorful With These DIY Painted Planters

Hands of a Latin mulatto woman, painting clay pots to plant succulent plants
Spruce up your garden with a bit of color this summer by painting your clay pots. You can find inspiration for all your designs just by looking around. Check out these painting tips from The Crafted Sparrow and let your creativity flow. It can be difficult to find the perfect pots... [read more]

Make This Green Shakshuka For A Nutritious Meal

Green vegetable shakshuka. Middle eastern traditional dish shakshouka. Fried eggs with tomatoes, baby spinach, vegetables and herbs, Dark green background top view.
Craving something nutritious and filled with veggies this week. This variation of the North African breakfast dish, shakshuka, is filled with leafy greens, and protein-packed eggs. Whip up this recipe and serve it with a side of toasted bread or pita bread for brunch this weekend. Green Shakshuka Ingredients 1 tablespoon... [read more]

Welcome Spring With This DIY Wreath

Many people like to decorate their front door with a Christmas wreath during the holiday season, but, the truth is, wreaths are a great way to decorate your door any season of the year. And when you make your own, it can be even more special. Welcome spring with this... [read more]