Helping my daughter with the latest school fashion trends

Posted in Featured on August 16th, 2011 by Caryn B. Davis

Helping my daughter with the latest school fashion trends

Guest post written by Patty Saunders

One of the hardest things about having a daughter that’s in middle school is that I have a really hard time simply buying her clothes. I know that I should be able to pick out clothes for her, but her tastes are not at all like mine. Plus, she has much better fashion sense than I do now, much less than when I was her age.

So I try to get approval on anything and everything that I buy for her when it comes to clothing. While I was online looking up some good back to school sales, I ran across the website http://Www.WirelessInternet.Net. After I looked through it a little bit, I decided to change over our home internet service to one of the plans that I found on there.

I did find some pretty good deals for some school fashion trends that she really seemed to like. So we ordered a few pieces that were to her measurements and I think that she’s going to be glad that we got them once school starts back up.

The Art of Picnics

Posted in Featured on August 3rd, 2011 by Caryn B. Davis

In addition to my world travels, when I am at home, I like to go hiking, camping, to outdoor concerts and boating particularly around my native state of Connecticut. When engaging in these activities, I always pack a picnic lunch or dinner depending upon the occasion. It used to be that I carried the bowls, cups, napkins, plates and cutlery in a very cumbersome recycled shopping bag, and my food in yet another very unattractive reusable shopping bag with a cooler. Not only was this impractical, cumbersome and heavy, having carry all three, but I was always digging inside the bags looking for this because they were so untidy, until I discovered these amazing picnic baskets at Picnic World.

The picnic baskets come in every shapes, sizes and colors, and neatly organize everything you could possible want and need. The designs are unique, each to fill a particular niche. They have backpack baskets, collapsible baskets, tote baskets, festival baskets, black tie baskets, baskets with BBQ tools, insulated cooler baskets, a coffee set with blanket, wood baskets, bamboo baskets, wine and cheese baskets, romantic baskets and empty baskets if a personalized touch is preferred.

I use them all the time and the only problem I have ever had was in deciding which one to get!