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Want to Make Money Working Out? Here’s How to Get Paid to Lose Weight in 2022

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - Getting paid to exercise?!? What better incentive is there than to get paid to lose weight? Yes, you read that right! There are legit ways that help you consistently exercise and earn money at the same time. 

20 Gifts for Gamers: Here is Your Ultimate Guide for 2022

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - Finding the perfect gift for your kid, niece or nephew, or your kid’s friend can be a challenge, but it can be hard to know where to even begin when it comes to gifts for gamers. Fortunately, if you’re looking to buy a present for someone who loves to play video games, we’ve got you! We’ve gathered the best gift ideas for everyone, from the most casual or hardcore players. Be it gaming chairs, headsets, or a helpful nightlight, some unique gaming accessories will brighten the day of any video game fan. 10 Best Gift Ideas for Gamers Nintendo Switch Lite Do you know a gamer who hasn’t had a Nintendo Switch yet? They will love this trendy gift for nothing beats a great Nintendo Switch gaming experience. Small, light, and built-in controls, you can play almost anywhere! They will also make excellent gifts for Teens & Tweens. BENGOO G9000 Stereo Gaming Headset They are best sellers for a reason. First of all, they are compatible with multiple consoles, including PS4, PC, Xbox One and PS5. It comes with a premium noise-canceling feature and a flexible mic design. They also come in numerous colors, adding that extra bit of flair. Oculus […]

Modern Diaper Cake Tutorial

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - One of the most popular baby shower trends is diaper cakes. Not only is it giving the new mom-to-be an adorably packaged necessity, but it can be used as part of the baby shower decor. If you plan to make a diaper cake, try sticking to the baby shower or nursery theme. The mom-to-be can place it in the nursery until it’s ready to be used. Diaper cakes can seem a bit overwhelming, but when you break down the steps, you realize just how simple they are to create and customize. We created a gorgeously modern and gender-neutral diaper cake by sticking with our Milk and Cookies-themed baby shower. What you will need: 16″ cardboard cake round 93- size 1-2 Huggies diapers (52 for the bottom layer, 27 for the middle layer, 17 on top) One bottle of champagne or sparkling cider ( a special gift for the mom-to-be) 100 large rubber bands Three wooden skewers Two rolls of ribbon of your choice (3-4 yards) Hot Glue Gun/Hot Glue Directions: Step 1: The first thing you will need to do is roll your diapers. Starting at the open end of the diaper, roll your diapers and then secure them with a […]

How to Harness a Flow State of Mind for Effortless Creativity

Posted By seline101 on Self Improvement - A flow state of mind is when we’re highly focused on one activity beyond the point of distraction. When we harness it, we’re productive and effortlessly creative. We use only a fraction of our potential, and flow opens the doorway for us to access our limitless capacity. However, many people find it challenging to harness... 
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Don’t Stress! Make a Travel Checklist for Your Next Trip

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - Do you love taking vacations but hate packing? Well, you’re not alone! A recent OnePoll survey found that 65% of people have a difficult time packing for trips.  With 33% of people packing their bags only 24 hours before their trip, it is easy to see why two-thirds of people overpack their suitcase, one-third still forget to pack something! One way to alleviate some of that travel-related stress is to be prepared by using a travel checklist or two. Doing so will help to ensure you pack what you need (without forgetting anything) and are prepared before you leave on your trip.  How to Start a Travel Checklist: Determine What You Need for Your Trip What you need to pack and how far in advance you should prepare when traveling depends on a few things. These 5 areas will help you determine what items you’ll need to put on your travel checklist for the upcoming trip.  1. Your Destination International travel requires more advanced planning to ensure you have the right travel visas, up-to-date vaccines or immunizations, and a valid passport. In most cases, you’ll also want to book your flights and accommodations ahead of time, as last-minute international travel can […]

Build a Pet-Care Side Hustle Business Through Rover

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - The best side hustles combine income potential, something you love or are very good at, and a fair amount of flexibility. For many people, including yours truly, that made pet sitting with the Rover app a near perfect fit. Like Uber, TaskRabbit and Instacart, Rover connects independent contractors with folks who require their particular services, in this case, vetted pet sitters with needy pet owners. First on the scene in 2011, Rover screens their sitters and charges a nominal fee from every service rendered. In exchange 20% of the booked amount – half what the next leading dog walking app charges – Rover gives their self-employed contractors a platform for their business, as well as providing insurance and assurance for pet owners. As entrepreneurial ventures go, the startup costs make this a big winner. Matching Rover to Your Schedule Flexibility is key to a great side hustle. As a Rover sitter you’ll have complete control over what pet jobs you book and when. Customizable options within the Rover app allow you endless ways to adapt pet sitting to your existing lifestyle. You choose what services to provide and advertise, in any combination – walking dogs, home drop-ins, boarding pets and even […]

18 Road Trip Destinations Within One Day’s Drive for 50% or More of Americans

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - According to a recent OAAA/Harris Poll, road trips are again Americans’ top choice for summer vacation travel. This year people plan to take two or more weeks of summer vacation, making long road trips possible. So, if you caught the road trip bug during the pandemic and are looking for more destination ideas, here are 18 cities in the U.S. that are within one day’s drive for most of the U.S. population. 1. Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania In the countryside, Lehigh Valley is an affordable and family-friendly destination within a day’s drive of 73% of the U.S. population. Only 90-minutes away from New York City, 80 miles north of Philadelphia, and less than a 6-hour drive from most of the Northeast, Indianapolis, and Charlotte, it’s worth taking a look at the region consisting of Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and others. Families love Dorney Amusement Park and the hands-on Crayola Experience, while history buffs can enjoy 18th-century Moravian buildings and the world’s oldest book shop. Enjoy hiking, biking, running the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and the Appalachian Trail. Or spend the day at one of 30 wineries in its American Viticultural Area, a federally designated wine grape-growing region like Napa Valley. […]

Understanding the Difference Between a Lawn Maintenance and Lawn Spray Company

Posted By ImperialPest on Pets - An experienced lawn maintenance firm will mow, replace sod and seed, and cut your lawn. On the other hand, a landscape designer can...

25 Day Trips from Orlando For Those Non-Theme Park Vacation Days

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - Odds are you’re planning or thinking about a trip to Orlando. The most visited tourist destination in America draws 75 million people a year. Despite being known as the theme park capital of the world, there are many other things to do in Florida in and around Orlando. So whether you’re completely over theme parks or looking to add variety to your next Orlando vacation, consider one of these 25 day trips to Florida’s beaches, parks, historical sites, museums, and nearby towns. Wildlife Parks and Springs Florida is known for its subtropical climates and variety of habitats along its peninsula. Stay in your Orlando resort and explore diverse habitats along coastal dunes and iconic Florida salt marshes in these back-to-nature day trips.  1. Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge A unique and bucket-worthy experience is visiting the Crystal River National Refuge, especially during the winter months. From November to April, the water is cool enough for Florida Manatees to seek refuge. Visitors can swim with nearly 500 manatees in the crystal clear freshwater. 2. De Leon Springs Cool off in clear waters or roam through the lush trails within De Leon Springs. Located between Orlando and Daytona Beach, visitors commonly go […]

44 Julia Roberts Movies (and why I love them)

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - Julia Roberts is both America’s Sweetheart and one of the most successful actresses of our time.  From Steel Magnolias to My Best Friend’s Wedding to Eat, Pray, Love, and Notting Hill, she’s brought to life beloved characters and stories for over 30 years. Whether you rewatch a favorite or find something new, here are 44 Julie Roberts Movies and Why We Love them. 1. Satisfaction Julia Roberts’ movie debut, Satisfaction, follows a group of rockers and their band, Mystery. As they perform their first show at a beach bar during summer, one member falls in love with the owner. They decide to pursue an opportunity to become famous in Europe but is it what they want? 2. Mystic Pizza This cult classic movie is a coming-of-age film about three girls who work at a pizza parlor. But, it’s not just for teenage girls either. This romantic comedy is one of Roberts’ iconic performances. She portrays the character of Daisy Adare with such nuance that it almost feels like you’re in her head. 3. Blood Red Blood Red tells the story of a Sicilian family who left their home in Italy, move to California, and produce wine. However, the family struggles […]

5 Types of Friends You Need (And Don’t Need) in Your Life

Posted By seline101 on Self Improvement - Friendships are essential for our wellbeing and bring out the best in us. Many of us have experienced the benefits of joyful connections, but we still struggle to find the right types of friends. Becoming aware of the blocks will clear the pathway to finding kindred spirits. Learn about the types of friends you need... 
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My Top 10 Tips For Traveling With Kids

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - Traveling with kids can be challenging. So it’s important to know what to pack, how to make traveling more manageable, and how to avoid disappointments. With these top ten tips, traveling with your children will be a breeze. 1. Planning the Trip When traveling with kids, you need to take a bit more time planning each trip detail. Plan your trips differently than you do when traveling without them. It may sound like a simple suggestion, but in reality, it is one of the most important parts of planning to travel with kids. Depending on the age of your children, you will need to consider their nap schedules, meal times, bedtimes, and how active you think you can be each day. In addition, you will need to consider if you want to keep a similar routine that you have at home or be more flexible when it comes to naps and mealtimes. Consider spending more on accommodation when traveling with kids as you are more likely to spend the bulk of your time there. Try finding a hotel that is a destination in itself, so you are not disappointed that you can’t spend all day on adventures and activities. When […]

Don’t Get Beached by High Hotel Prices in 2022 – Book Resort Room Suites at Redweek instead.

Posted By investedparents on Creative Lifestyle - With food, energy, and gas prices increasing, how can you afford vacation accommodations when their price tag is also rising? I’ve got a trusted, popular...

50 Affordable or Free Activities for Kids That Bust Boredom But Not Your Budget

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - The average household spends $2,482 over a year on entertainment. That number is a little jarring. If you’re looking to save money, free or low-cost entertainment can help you reach your personal finance goals and help you afford that much-needed family vacation. A recent Harris Poll survey showed that 82% of Americans realized that they don’t have to spend money to have a good time. Have you run out of play ideas for free or affordable things to do with your kids? There’s no need to spend a lot of money to keep your kids entertained or create family memories. Read our list of 50 affordable and free kids activities for each season and every day. Winter Activities for Kids 1. Snow Activities for Kids There are many fun and free activities for kids you can enjoy in the winter!  Find a big hill and go tobogganing Lace-up your skates and go for a family ice skate. Many cities have free outdoor ice-skating rinks to enjoy Build a snowman  Make a snow sculpture and use items from nature like twigs, rocks, branches, pinecones, etc. Build a snow fort Make a snow maze Play with food coloring and change the color […]

15 Happiness Quotes for Those Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Days

Posted By simplyrealmoms on Creative Lifestyle - What is this happiness I speak of? I’m sure this is something we’ve all questioned and wondered about throughout the years. Is happiness achieved with moments of laughter? Is it achieved with money? Maybe happiness is when you feel free and inspired. Or it might be having a Marvel and Lord of the Rings marathon one weekend.