Professional Amateur at Everything. Writer, editor, photographer, nature lover, voracious learner, seeker of connections, teller of bad jokes. I make communication resonant, meaningful and effective.
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Sample article for a membership site on self-actualization and the law of attraction.
Ever wish you could go fruit and vegetable picking without leaving the city? Imagine a floating garden that travels between the boroughs, covered with citizens’ favorite flowers and pesticide-free fruit, vegetables and herbs you and your children can pick and take home for free. Imagine that fabulous floating food forest also had fun and informative activities for you to do with your kids free of charge. Well, you can stop imagining and visit it yourself, because Swale is back for 2017!
You may have taken your little animal lovers to the Bronx Zoo before, but after an 18-month, $4-million renovation, the Children’s Zoo is better than ever. With new animals to see, new activities and improvements on your old favorites, here’s what makes the re-designed exhibits worth a second look (or a first!) and some tips on how to get the most out of your visit.
Regular storytimes are fun, but sometimes you’d like them to be fabulous. Fortunately, local libraries, bookstores, schools and children’s museums are featuring story hours with some narrators who definitely come dressed for the occasion, and delight kids with their difference. Drag Queen Story Hour is here, queer, and a blast for Pride month and beyond!
It only happens once every few decades, so don’t blow it! (Lots of places are ready to help you.)
Love to do arts and crafts with the kids but aren’t as equally enamored with all the synthetic materials? (How does one achieve a day-glo pink hue, exactly?) Then you need to check out Fruiggie. This art and party space for kids of all ages features home grown, 100% organic, vegan, eco-friendly, all-natural, non-toxic, and sustainable paints and lots of ways to use them. Read on to find out how you and the kids can get crafty — naturally.