You hear it every summer. Your kids are done school and suddenly have all this time off. Then comes the dreaded 3 words… “Mom, I’m bored!” So, today I’ve put together some Summer Boredom Buster ideas to avoid those three words, or give them something to do when they say those three words!
My favourite is the “Are You Bored?” poster. It’s an acrostic using the word BORED.
Do you ever feel like you are constantly weighed down by your cell phone, pressing emails, social media and all the other devices we feel we need to be plugged in to? I know I do. All too often I find myself aimlessly scrolling through Facebook or Pinterest and before I know it, it’s been over an hour and I’ve been ignoring my husband and kids!
While technology has brought us many great things, it’s also brought a lot more stress. Being connected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week has taken its toll on us both mentally and physically. Luckily, summer is a great time to take a bit of a technology detox. There are so many other things we could be doing with our time… especially at summertime!
Some times on a summer night, you just need to go watch a movie! Whether you hit up the VIP theatre in Abbotsford for dinner and a show, swing by the drive in or just go see a regular old show, there’s a movie for everyone coming out this summer. Here are some of the most anticipated ones!
Summer is the perfect time to get out and enjoy some one on one time with your honey! The longer, warm nights make for a great backdrop for many of these dates. Whether you’re married or newly dating, here are 16 of my favourite ideas for going on amazing dates this summer.
Summer time, with the warm weather and longer days, is the time for outdoor parties! Whether you’re hosting a backyard BBQ or a Pool Party, here are some tips to keep in mind!
It’s never too early to start planning for Canada Day! This is one of my favourite holidays of the summer. There’s something about coming together as Canadians to celebrate our country. If you’re looking for something to do this year, here are some of the things going on in the Fraser Valley:
Have you ever made a Bucket List? You know, a list of things you want to complete before you die, or hit 40, or retire. Here is a bucket list of 25 things to do before this the summer of 2019 is over.
I find Father’s Day gifts to be one of the hardest gifts to buy. Unless your guy has a specific hobby that you can add to each year, it can be really hard to come up with what to get. Lucky for you, I’m here to help you with a few ideas this year!
If you have young children, I find homemade gifts to be the best option. What Dad doesn’t love getting gift made just for them by their little ones. A few that we have done in the past year are: