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Archive | May, 2014


Homemade Mango Fruit Rolls

What kid doesn’t like fruit roll ups? This healthy recipe is easy to make and bursting with so much mango flavor. For all the fruit roll up lovers out there, this is a wonderful way to enjoy this candy without all the sugar, and no dehydrator required. With only ten minutes of prep time and […]

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Fabric Covered Light Switch Plate

Sometimes the smallest decorative details are what give a room the greatest amount of character. When used correctly, small pops of color or patterns tend to draw in the eye and make a space more aesthetically interesting. One way to add a little pinch of spice to your room is by covering the light switch […]

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Houston Humane Society Kick-off Party

If you and your family love companionship that pets can offer, come out to the Houston Humane Society’s Kick-off Party! This nonprofit organization has made it a goal to have 1,100 animals adopted to loving homes this summer, and some of these adoptions will even be free! For those patrons adopting a dog, free dog training […]

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Baby, Toddler, and Family Yoga Classes!

One relaxing, healthy (and free!) activity you can do with your little one is yoga at the library! Teach them the importance of caring for your body’s development and functions early, and have a special opportunity to bond together. The Houston Public Library offers infant (pre-walkers), toddler (ages three and under), and Family (ages three […]

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Rienzi Twilight Tour

If you appreciate European arts and classical music, join the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Wednesday, May 28th at their gorgeous European house museum, Rienzi, for a late night viewing of the four-acre property. The estate is filled European paintings, porcelain, decorative arts, and furnishings, along with outdoor gardens and pool. The tour will begin […]

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Tea Bag Rockets

Here’s a fun way to impress your kiddos with some science knowledge! Just take a tea bag, (you’ll need one that is paper based, bags that are fiber won’t work) removed the staple, open the bag, dump out the contents and set the top on fire! The fire creates hot air at the top of […]

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Easy Pizza Bites

This easy bite size pizza recipe is an adorable pint sized snack, and you don’t even have to make pizza dough! This is a perfect snack size especially if you have young children. Your kids will certainly be asking for more of these! Ingredients: – 1 Jar of your families favorite pasta sauce – 1 Large french […]

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Vanessa Treviño-Boyd’s Annual Guest Sommelier Series

Passionate wine drinkers and sommeliers alike will enjoy a roundtable-themed and intimate wine tasting during Treviño-Boyd’s Guest Sommelier Series. Vanessa Treviño-Boyd was awarded ‘Best New Sommelier,’ by Food & Wine magazine, as well as ‘Houston’s Best Sommelier,’ by Houston Press magazine in 2012. She also has an Advanced Certificate with the American Sommelier Association. Every Tuesday at […]

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Storing for Small Spaces

I can never find enough room for all of the stuff we seem to accumulate! But I enjoyed reading this article from Decorating Files, as it’s full of helpful tips for storing items in smaller rooms and areas around your home. These were my favorites, helping to be better organized: Embrace vertical storage! Floor to ceiling bookcases or […]

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