Happy 2019! How has a month flown by already?! If you’re anything like me, you had some big goals for this year, but you’re having some trouble getting things organized. Not to worry- Pinhole Press has got you covered!
It’s officially just days before Valentine’s. A lot of people are stressing over finding the right gift for their special ones. Unfortunately, the feat can prove monumental—even with all the possible options available! So how do you find the perfect Valentine’s gift?
Award show season. It’s the perfect time to scrutinize the fashion choices of the rich and famous from the comfort of your favorite sweatpants. Feed your self-righteous appetite with these show-stopping hors-d’oeuvres for the whole posse to enjoy.
Unbeknownst to the hellish little gremlins we call children, learning new things can actually be exciting. The STEM field is growing rapidly, with a 14% increase in jobs expected by 2020. These Valentine’s Day themed STEM activities probably won’t grant your little nugget admission to Harvard, but it might help them learn a thing or two.
February 14th always seems like a bright spot in the middle of the longest part of winter. Granted, chocolate, flowers, and handmade cards usually take center stage on Valentine’s Day (all things I also appreciate), but it’s nice to reach for a stack of love-centered books leading up to the middle of the shortest month.
Vacationing with kids is basically just babysitting in another city, except with more cocktails and a better view. But still, you deserve to (try to) get your chill on, Mama. Here are our favorite small-town family destinations for living like a local and enjoying some no-frills R&R. Read More “Small-Town Vacation Spots”
It sounds a lot like a mythical fruit that you’d find in an enchanted forest. But elderberries are real, and they might as well be magical. They have anti-aging properties, so we’ll def be eating them by the handful. If your tastes are more refined than ours, we’ve got you covered with some yummy recipes: Read More “What’s an Elderberry?”
Do you ever look at your kid and think, why are you so obsessed with me? Our little ones love to copy all that we do, especially when it comes to our… unbecoming habits. *sigh* If only we could get them to model our love of broccoli like they do our (accidental) use of colorful language.