OK, it isn’t springtime yet, but we are going to chat about Spring cleaning! The Spruce discusses six helpful tips on how you can better kickstart your spring season with a clean house. Spring cleaning is a common practice that allows us to freshen up our homes and get a head start on the often hectic seasons of spring and summer. It can feel like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be difficult. The Spruce talks about getting everyone in the house involved, start smalling small, and the perfect guide to cleaning products. Does anyone else feel the urge to clean when reading an article about cleaning?! My rubber gloves are already on. Don’t miss out on this quick guide to starting your spring off right!Read More
Need some guidance on what crafts to do with your little ones this St. Patrick’s Day? Check out Country Living’s quick guide to entertain any member of the family. These crafts will ignite your creativity and stimulate your brain cells. Who knew you could be a professional crafter? These craft ideas range from a quick printable lunch-box joke to an elegant DIY shamrock wreath to hang on your door. Whether you are attending or hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party or just looking for something fun to pass the time, these DIY St. Patrick’s Day crafts are just what you need to put a smile on your face. Be sure to check out the shamrock Mason jars to add a fun flair to your family room!Read More
Love tunes and caffeine? Check out Bump n’ Grind. This local coffee shop slash music venue aims to support global coffee producers and local musicians. They provide economic opportunity through showcasing the bands and beans they believe in!
First, let’s talk about the coffee. They only source what they call conscientious coffee. This means they only work with farms that use sustainable and socially responsible practices in their production. As a result, you’ll find over 85 top-grade beans coming from right here in Maryland, as well as Peru, Honduras, and beyond. All beans are micro-roasted in-house for smooth flavors you won’t find in your average cup o’ joe.
Now for the music. They have weekly music drops through “The Club”, their membership group. Plus, they have an in-house record store. The Club features local musicians and gives them a new way to distribute their music via a monthly membership subscription from locals who love supporting good tunes. You can get a bag of coffee and a fresh drop of a local artist’s most recent composition for only $8. Supporting a business like this feels good.
Pop in this week to see what they have going on!Read More
Discover a Magical New Hobby at Sahara Dance
Have you been saying to yourself for months that you want to find a new hobby that doesn’t involve Netflix binges? Sign up for a class at Sahara Dance to try something new. Who knows, it could end up being that beloved hobby you’ve been searching for!
Sahara Dance dubs themselves as Washington D.C.’s Center for Middle Eastern Dance. Their boutique studio offers classes that showcase and teach the magical art of belly dance. Their curriculum is built so that individuals can practice at beginner levels for 6-months, while slowly but surely moving up in skill level. As of now, all classes are offered online and in-person, so when you register for a session you can choose if you’d like to practice in the comfort of your own apartment, or join others in the studio.
Sign up for your first Sahara Dance class today. Embrace your femininity and your power with a transformational new hobby!
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