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We had so much fun making this Christmas Sensory Bin! It was an easy sensory bin that kept my toddler busy for quite a while. Not only that, this sensory bin was easy a put together, and I got a nice cup of Starbucks coffee out of the deal! We think your toddler will love this hot chocolate sensory bin for the holidays. The Starbucks cups made it extra special. To make the Christmas sensory bin with the Starbucks cups, head to Starbucks, go inside to order a coffee or treat and ask the barista very nicely for a couple…

Fall in New York City is the perfect time to visit or explore. The weather is cooler, and the leaves are changing vibrant colors of yellow, orange, and red, making it a beautiful time of year to explore the city. There are also plenty of fall festivals in NYC, from Halloween celebrations to harvest festivals. The Fall Festival at Bryant Park is a particularly popular event, with live music, food stalls, and activities for kids. Whatever your interests, there’s sure to be a fall festival in New York City that’s perfect for you. Fall Festivals NYC Photo Courtesy of Food…

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how to get into the season’s spirit. One fun way to do this is by creating Halloween sensory bins for your little one. Sensory bins are a great way to provide some stimulation and excitement for kids, and they can be filled with all sorts of different items depending on what you’re in the mood for! Pin! We have some fun ideas, whether you want to make your own as we did or purchase a kit ready for play! This home loves sensory bins. I make my sensory…

As the leaves change color and the air grows crisp, it’s clear that fall is finally here. If you’re looking for inspiration, here are a few ideas to inspire you to have a colorful and cozy fall! And what better way to celebrate the season than by crossing off some items from your fall bucket list? Fall is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy the cooler weather. Here are a few ideas for things to add to your fall bucket list! Pin! Take a scenic drive and admire the fall foliage. Make sure to stop at a few…

One of the most well-known cities in the world, New York City is full of attractions. From world-class fine dining to world-renowned Broadway performances, many people travel to come to experience the throes of New York City’s hustle and bustle. Over eight million people live in New York City, and more than eight hundred languages are spoken, topping the city as the most linguistically diverse city globally. The impressive diversity widens the culture, art, and expression of those that call NYC their home—and for any who choose to travel to it. As the “city that never sleeps,” there are plenty…

Today I walked into a grocery store and saw a fresh shipment of summer peaches. Yum. $5.49. Ok, um, per pound? Nope. That was for ONE organic peach. ONE. I reasoned with myself that I don’t need organic; the Hostess Cupcakes I downed last night was loaded with chemicals anyways. That’s not my point. My point here today is that sh*t is expensive. And we have to eat. It’s probably the most essential and enjoyable thing we do as human beings. Here are a few simple tips on how to save money on groceries during this historic high inflation and…

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