Happy Cyber Monday folks! It’s been awhile since I was able to post on here. But I’ll try my best, I promise! It’s hard because sometimes the topics I post on my other blogs are similar. Up to now, I haven’t decided whether to consolidate all blogs or leave them as is. I go back and forth on what to do all the time. I better finalize before the year ends. So when the New Year comes, everything will be all set. But for now, let’s talk about these beautiful pineapple decor included in the Cyber Monday deals.
Today at STYLEanthropy at Home, I’m teaching you how to fold pineapple towels. Is that even the right term? How to make pineapple towels? How to present towels to look like pineapples? Whatever you call it, you know what I mean. I love to put special touches for guests who are visiting and staying over. If you want to make their stay special too, try this.
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Preparing for a party for the Big Game? Football season is back! You know how I love to fancy things up and add my personal style to everything I do. Style isn’t just about the clothes you wear or how you decorate your home. I also put style into how I serve my favorite treats. So today, I’m here to show you how to make your game time grub fancy in a four simple ways.
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These Football Chocolate Cream Puffs are so cute and yummy, best of all, they are so easy to make. They are perfect for Football season. You don’t have to cook or bake, and it only needs 3 ingredients! Did I get your attention? Yes, if you are one busy bee but love to entertain, this is the perfect dessert to serve at your next Football viewing party. And we all know there will be lots of them throughout the next couple of months! So let’s get to it.
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As an Asian, any type of party we have always include Asian food. Dishes like egg rolls, spring rolls, stir-fry, noodles and fried rice are some of the staples you’ll find in our gatherings. Yes, even on Thanksgiving, there’s at least one Asian food in the spread. And with so many parties lined up during the Holidays, not to mention Lunar New Year is coming sooner than you think, I thought I’d share some ideas on how to prepare some Asian food in a flash! Better yet, make it a complete Asian theme party that you can do in minutes. It’s possible!
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As we come to the end of the year and approach a new, we tend to look at our past year and how our choices turned out for us. The promise of a New Year inspires us to do better and make better decisions, right? So let’s make better career choices, work on better relationships, form better habits, and of course, take better care of ourselves. Quaker® has asked me to share how to improve your day with a better-for-you recipe. So let’s start living a better lifestyle and indulge in food that’s better for you. I’m not saying you should forget about all your favorite cupcakes, bacon, BBQ, chocolates and what not. I’m just saying it doesn’t hurt to eat more of better-for-you treats and limit the not so good. So below, I’m sharing a better for you, Take and Go Cereal Fruit Mix that you can prepare the night before and eat the morning after. You can even take this to work as a meal replacement, or as a snack to bring with you on the road.
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Now that warmer weather is here, I find myself craving for light and fresh recipes. One of my favorite salads to make is this Asian salad with hints of sesame, mandarin slices and crunchy noodles. But this time around, I thought I’d make this Asian salad recipe extra special with fresh and all-natural ingredients. Instead of opting for canned mandarin, I went with a fresh one. Instead of using bottled Asian salad dressing, I made one from scratch. And finally, instead of using canned crunchy rice noodles for the topping, I’m switching it up to this crunchy Alexia Onion Rings made of all-natural ingredients. Let’s get fancy!
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I’ve always admired backyards with dreamy outdoor movie setups. Now that it’s warmer outside, it’s the perfect way to enjoy movie night with family and friends, don’t you think? Take a projector, DIY a screen, lay out blankets and fill them up with pillows. Grab some drinks and whip up a Margarita Popcorn. Why yes – I said Margarita Popcorn and I have the recipe for you. Don’t worry, I got your back!
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Back when I was younger, I would collect greeting cards just because they are cute. I can be a hoarder just like that. Haha! But the reason I love having them handy too, is the fact that I can easily find a thoughtful card for any occasion on a whim. Even in this digital age, I still prefer giving actual greeting cards than e-cards. There is something about a greeting card that’s tangible – it’s more personal and more thoughtful in my opinion. You can easily make an e-card for any special occasion. But if you give an actual card, it feels like you’ve gone an extra mile just to greet that person. So I say, have multiple cards ready for whatever occasion comes your way. Send smiles with cute cards whenever you feel like it. And to keep them organized, I am sharing this DIY Wall Art using Hallmark greeting cards.