We all live and breathe by our skincare products, whether it’s our favorite shampoo and conditioner that keeps our locks looking model-worthy or the heavy duty moisturizing lotion that saves our skin during February’s wintry weather. We always seem to be shopping for the latest and greatest, or simply our tried and true favorite, skincare products, spending money every month on the essentials that make up our toiletry arsenal.
Here’s a great craft that is a fun, hands-on, learning experience–one where science takes flight and you get to build a pyramid kite!
Do you have a daughter or granddaughter that just flew the nest away to college? If you don’t have kids that age yet, perhaps you are looking for a unique gift idea for your faithful babysitter as she leaves for college, or know someone overseas with the military. Regardless of the exact situation, care packages are a simple way to tell someone that you are thinking about them when you are apart. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite brands to feature in our college girl care package must have roundup for this fall.
It’s back-to-school season, which means new clothes, shoes and gear for kids — and an unpleasant Visa statement for parents.
The National Retail Federation estimates that parents spend roughly $300 per child on back-to-school shoes and apparel — a number that doesn’t include electronics, school supplies or extracurricular activities. In total, the NRF reports that the average family with children in grades K-12 plans to spend over $600 per child on electronics, apparel and other school needs.
Multiply that times a few kids… and there goes your budget!
But fear not! At Daily Mom, we love a great deal, and have several tricks up our sleeves for saving big when it comes to kids’ clothes! Here are 10 ways you can too:
We spoke previously about the Box Tops for Education™ program, however, sometimes the process beyond collecting them can be confusing and daunting. Today we will give you a quick, step-by-step on how to redeem your Box Tops for Education™ to start immediately benefitting your school of choice!
It’s July. It’s still summer break. You’ve exhausted all your in-town-fun resources. It’s sweltering outside, and your kids are B-O-R-E-D. Sounds like a recipe for disaster. Don’t fear! Just keep scrolling for 20 summer fun ideas that are easy, inexpensive, and can be done in the comfort of your air-conditioned home (or in your backyard if you choose).
Being pregnant during the summer months presents a number of challenges, but one that can be particularly frustrating is that it coincides with wedding season. Even though you won’t be “the” woman of the hour, you are likely to attract some attention so you’d probably like to find something that flatters your bump but doesn’t break the bank. Here are four sources to help you be a stylish mama-to-be at any summer nuptial!
Stocking Stuffers always seem to end up last on the holiday shopping list each year. While retailers try to temp you in their checkout lines with grab-and-go trinkets on your way out the door, we have come up with a list of fun, useful and quality stocking stuffers for everyone on your list most under $25. This year, surprise your family with stocking stuffers they will love that will actually stand the test of time.
The art of thrifting and secondhand shopping can sometimes be tricky to navigate. You may be buying into a steal of a deal that you will brag about for years to come, or it may become the bane of your existence. Read on to learn some basic tips on how to start thrifting, and what to avoid.
I am a cosmetic/beauty product junkie. I’ve tried just about everything on the market from top-of-the-line “name brands” to “clearance rack” drug store finds. What I’ve learned, thousands of products (and dollars) later, is that the biggest names and price tags aren’t necessarily the best products. The following is a list of tried and true products that simply work… and won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
It’s easy to fall into the matching outfit slump when dressing up for your family photos. We have all seen it, or maybe even done it. All white shirts, all khaki pants. All wearing shades of blue, no patterns. You don’t have to be scared to inject a bit of personality, color and pattern into your outfits and you do not have to match!
You also do not have to spend a ton of money to create a great family look! Going through your closets and pulling out some of your favorite outfits and laying them out together is a great way to start. If you find that you need to get some new things in order to coordinate better for a photo that pops, here are a few ideas to get you started!
Sometimes it is nice to add a little something special to a shower gift or surprise a newly expectant friend with a small present. Each of these are great gifts without breaking the bank but more importantly they are sure to please the parents and their baby.