Its so true the arts transcend people and places. The MoMA had to be one of the most glamorous and exciting places in NYC to be! I went with my daughter, to support the arts. As a mother and On Air Parenting Expert, arts and my work go hand and hand in our household, inspiration comes in so many forms and it pops out brings happiness to all areas of our life.The arts have so many benefits for adults and children, from reducing stress, to aid in real life problem solving, art education strengthens problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. The experience of making decisions and choices in the course of creating art carries over into other parts of our life. Art is a way of making things better! I love creating and the creatives of the world, as you can see me on the far left in pink having a great conversation about the beautiful event. The food, guests, the atmosphere were amazing.
Girls, ever given your guy a hickey? Guys, ever have acne you wish you could cover up? Maybe a tattoo, scar we have you covered. Guys have acne, scars and hickies too! Don’t worry guys, G2 Organics has the perfect solution for you.
The Hickey Stick isn’t just for women, it can be used by men as well. It’s packaged like a cigar so guys don’t have to feel feminine when buying and using it. Also, it’s small enough for guys to carry with them (since they obviously don’t use purses!) It’s a simple, easy-to-use cover-up that heals as it covers; the Hickey Stick has natural ingredients, like Vitamin E, to help heal what it is covering. It also contains ZINC which helps as a sunscreen.
“I had to go to court and hated to walk in with a sty on my eye. Not only did the Hickey Stick cover it, but it helped heal it too.”
The Hickey Stick is great at covering acne as well. It does double work as a spot treatment and as a spot concealer.www.g2organics.com
“The Hickey Stick can’t hurt, it can only help. Who wants to look at my pimple?”
No one likes having a pimple on their face, so why is it okay for only women to cover them up? Guys get acne too, and the Hickey Stick is here to cover it up.
Nobody’s perfect, so what do you have to cover? This is a perfect gift for your man! YES DAD"S will use, once they use it once they are hooked.
Like Mother like Daughter #KrisJenner and #KimKardashian YES HICKIES! @thehickeystick
EarthDay and Mother's Day just around the cornor I could not resist, just talking about what natural and organic Mother like daughter, they both are women of passion and like a good hickey. G2 Organics, my company has the best product to cover and conceal, www.g2organics.com. Yes, I'm a Mom, and helped create this cover conceal and heal stick with my students from Fordham University
. The stick has many uses for bug bites, cover tattoos and more. Easy to carry for men and women, I actually keep it in my medicine cabinet and everyone in my family uses it. MULTI- use even has zinc so it protects from sun.
'KUWTK' Kris Jenner Gets A Hickey From Corey Gamble On Hot Date.
Mar 23, 2015 – Um, gross! After a sexy date night with her much younger boyfriend,Kris Jenner was caught rocking a hickey on her neck.
13 MANNERS to review with our kids! A refresher never hurts anyone! Parents we need reminders too.
1. Say "please" and "thank you." The two benchmarks of good manners, but sadly lacking today, despite the fact that teaching kids to say them is a simple process of reminding them.
3. Chew with their mouths closed. Nobody likes the site of chewed up food, and open mouths increase the chance of things falling out.
4. Don't interrupt. Unless it's an emergency (it usually isn't), kids need to learn patience and allow an interaction to continue.
5. Don't text at the table. Seemingly a no-brainer, I am constantly astounded by how much kids (and adults) check their phones during meals. I'm guilty, but trying not to do it!
6. Don't text during conversations. Nothing relays the message that you've got better things to do than checking your phone during a conversation.
7. Honor Privacy You don't have to read someone's diary to invade her privacy. In a world of reality TV and 24/7 social media, it's challenging to maintain a sense of privacy.
Knock on the door before entering a room.
Do not eavesdrop on others' conversations.
Don't spread gossip and rumors.
Don't share and forward the personal information (or photos) of others.
Do put an end to forwards that land in your lap. It stops here.
8. Learn to say "excuse me." Always appropriate when interrupting a situation or when releasing "gas."
9. Have integrity "Honesty and integrity are at the very foundation of one's character," says Sena. Our children must learn how powerful their words are, and how using them wisely is at the core of good manners.
Tell the truth. "It's not always easier to tell the truth, but it's always better in the long run," says Nickell. "Our children should know that lying won't get them anywhere, and that honesty really is the best policy."
Stick to your word. "Teach the importance of following through and living by your word," says Nickell. "It's an essential part of life, and it's a lesson children can begin to learn at a young age." If you say you're going to do something, stick to it.
10.Respect your elders "Speak to adults respectfully and look them in the eye when they are speaking to you," says Liz Taylor, an etiquette consultant in Minneapolis. Refer to them as Mr. or Mrs. unless they tell you otherwise. (If you don't know their names, refer to them as sir or ma'am.) Politely offer them your seat or let them go before you (through a door, in a buffet line, or anywhere).
11. Lose gracefully. If you do your best, then it doesn't matter whether you win or lose. We can't win every game, so when you lose, be sure to thank your opponent, shake hands and say, "Well done!" or "Good job." No sore losers, please.
Maintain a positive attitude. Sports and games should emphasize building each other up, taking turns, playing as a team, working hard and striving to improve. By focusing on these positives, there will be fewer bad manners when there is a loss.
12. Acknowledge friends and acquaintances. A simple nod or smile is all it takes, versus ignoring them completely.
13. Eat your food,with mouth closed, just another reminder!
Until you go through the process, you won't understand how a professional organizer can change your life. I just went through the cathartic process with my new hero, Katia Bogomolova, who is a orpfessional organizer specializing in home & office space.
Airtight plastic containers. Labels are crucial for keeping everything straight. Bowls and cans are stacked nearby in see-through bins.
What? Kids drink beer, women threw bricks in butchers window when they raised the prices. Yes learn all about the history of the tenements and how it all started. We loved it, it was our second visit and the impact it made on the kids and myself is a great experience. I think its a eye opener when your actually sitting in the space where it all happened. This is something you can read about but going through the process makes it real and has the impact on you and your kids. http://www.tenement.org/tours.php
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Family-run stores filled the lower level of 97 Orchard for over a century, where they struggled to adapt to an ever-changing neighborhood and achieve the American Dream. Visit the 1870s German saloon of John and Caroline Schneider, and use interactive media to trace the stories of turn-of-the-century kosher butchers, a 1930s auctioneer, and 1970s undergarment discounters.
After the educational trip take a walk over to Little Italy and dine at original Benito One, you will be greeted by the owner world famous James Bari and served by MARCO, the best waiter in NYC. He knows how to treat a customer! The menu is traditional and has not changed in years as respect to the chef and tradition. and the food is absolutely outstanding. This restaurant is a classic, can not be duplicated, the original is all part of the experience. Benito One has been featured in many iconic movies and TV show's like the Soprano's http://www.sopranos-locations.com/locations/Benito-one/
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ROCK-N-ROLL PIXIE CUT
For a shorter hairstyle with a rocker twist, opt for all-over texture like Rita Ora and Jennifer Lawrence. Unlike traditional pixie cuts, messy, side-swept bangs keep this style looking feminine and oh-so-sexy. Feeling extra bold? Add a few face framing highlights or pump up the volume with a dollop of mousse or texturizing spray.
This spring, it’s all about easy-breezy natural-looking locks. And sorry ladies, but it may be time to retire your flatiron—super-straight long manes are a thing of the past. Sexy shoulder-length cuts, like those sported by Kim Kardashianand Olivia Palermo, are going to be all the rage this season.
HALF-UP TOP KNOT
Whether you’re running errands or hitting the town, some days you just want to pull your hair back off your face. And let’s face it, nothing looks hotter than when you look like your not trying. To re-create this style at home, grab a top section of hair and make a loose bun. Don’t worry about fly-aways or perfecting the perfect part—this hairstyle looks best messy.
Long, layered waves have been around for ages, and thankfully, they’re not going anywhere! To master this look at home, wrap small sections of hair around a large-barreled curling iron and spray with a spritz of hairspray. To keep your curls looking more beachy, be sure to only curl the hair up to your cheekbones and run your fingers through when finished to keep everything from looking too perfect.
SIDE FISHTAIL BRAID
Braids are one of the most versatile hairstyle in existence—and for good reason! They complement little black dresses or hoodie sweatshirts and work with hair of all textures. To create a boho look like Shailene Woodley and Sarah Hyland, make the braid a little looser by slightly pulling it apart after braiding. Let a few face-framing strands hang loose.
The difference between this ponytail and the one you wear to the gym—volume! For a chic finishing touch, wrap a strand of hair around the elastic.