Last December, I decided to create Christmas tree ornaments made out of air dry clay. It was already late November when I decided to check out the little Christmas tree I have had in my shopping cart. This thrifty mom I did not order or added decorative balls and ornaments anymore, simply because I can actually craft them myself. The girls can create whatever design they like too.
With the world still grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic as we enter 2021, we are still forced to isolate as much as possible and avoid going out. As a result, our traditional methods of going out and enjoying family nights still aren’t available for the time being. That being said, there still are a plethora of indoor activities that you and your family can enjoy. These activities can be done regardless of whether you just closed on one of the Omaha houses for sale recently or have lived in the same family home for years. You don’t need much to pull these activities off, which is a huge part of their appeal.
So what exactly are these great indoor family activities? Let’s take a look.
Back then, we have TV, sports, and radio personalities as influencers. People are influenced by what they promote thru their programs, ads and TV networks. But as time inevitably changed, technology growth has evidently changed people’s lives too. SMS or social media sites dominated the online world. Young and old alike are obviously enjoying the benefits of this amazing technology.
Internet marketing has been widely used by companies in many ways that could help boost presence and sales. And with the recent pandemic, when the world was forced to somehow slow down a bit, people found ways to survive and earn a living even when they are at home. In fact, young social media influencers liven up the digital marketing world.
My girls and I needed a hair treatment badly. We just couldn’t and wouldn’t dare go to a salon because of the quarantine protocols that we need to abide. Unlike me, both my girls have straight hair. I was born with naturally curly hair and grew up with a love-hate relationship with it.