Hi My Favorite Finds readers. I’m back again to throw a little dinner main dish recipe action at you. This month I’m bring you my Mom’s Beef Stroganoff recipe. It’s wicked easy and even my really picky kids eat it like there will never be another batch…ever.
This post is on behalf of Global Influence. I was sent an assortment of Hershey’s Candy to utilize for baking, creativity, etc. as part of this post. All opinions are 100% mine.
Did you know you can win a HUGE assortment of HERSHEY’s candy? Any look at my Pinterest boards, and you know that I have a slight addiction to the peanut butter/chocolate combination. Then, you go to the Desserts page here on My Favorite Finds, and it’s confirmed. My go to dessert combination is peanut butter and chocolate. When Easter comes around, I am all over those REESE’s Easter Eggs. Anybody else? I LOVE them….even more so than regular Reese’s Cups. Why? I don’t know.
Easter! Hershey’s! Perfect together, right? I know I am not the only one who looks forward to those Reese’s Easter Eggs! And now, you can win an assortment of Hershey’s Easter Candy just in time for putting together Easter baskets, Easter baking, and maybe even some Easter crafting! During the next two weeks, I will be sharing various ways to Celebrate with Hershey’s, and you will have the chance to win a stash of Easter goodies directly from Hershey’s!
Preschoolers can enjoy so much at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park! I am always telling guests that there is SO much to do as a family, and that YES in fact their 3 or 4 year old will enjoy every minute of their time-especially at Magic Kingdom! How do I know? Because we’ve been traveling to Disney yearly since the twins were 4! And now that they are 10, and the little princess is 4, we are STILL enjoying so much of Magic Kingdom as a family! That is seriously one of my FAVORITE things about Walt Disney World-99% of the attractions, you can enjoy as a family. So today, I am sharing with you Magical Musts at Magic Kingdom for Preschoolers!
Buttons and monograms are becoming my favorite things to craft with. Almost every room in our house has some sort of a monogram project-I’m starting to think I’m a little obsessed! My daughter’s room is slowly becoming my favorite room in our house. It is so bright, cheery, and you can for sure tell a princess lives in it! I created this Easy Button Monogram for her door, and it was so simple and fairly inexpensive. Best of all, there’s no sewing involved! Win win!
runDisney Princess Half Marathon, New Resort Mugs, and Robin Thicke to Perform at Universal Studios!
Are you making your way to Disney for the Princess Half Marathon this weekend? If so, good luck! I know there are so many runners converging on the Happiest Place on Earth to enjoy a fun run for the whole family!
There are new things popping up every day at the Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort and Universal Orlando Resort. Each week, I try to share “What’s New” in Disney news and at Universal Orlando! This week features updates on the runDisney Princess Half Marathon, new resort refillable mugs, Robin Thicke’s upcoming performance at Universal Mardi Gras and more!
From February 20-28, the Silhouette America Store is 20% off, AND Free Shipping on orders over $25! I just love my Silhouette, and I love especially when items in the Silhouette Store are on sale! For February, the Stamping Starter Kit is 25% off, and there are some great deals on Cameo or Portrait bundles. Perfect to stock up on supplies for the spring crafting season! Use the code “FINDS” at checkout!
Do you love monograms and letters of all kind? Last month, I shared with you a monogrammed vase, and I know I am a bit behind the decorating curve on this one, but I’m working on a letter and monogram wall for my home. I wanted to create a faux gold leaf look on my letter. It turns out that it is very easy and very inexpensive to create this look.
Is your family a little bigger than the traditional family of four? You know, like the two adults and two kids? We are! An that can be a challenge when finding a place to stay on vacation. With over 20 resorts to choose from on the Walt Disney World property, there seems to be endless possibilities for accommodations. But, not everyone is the traditional family of 4 traveling together. We personally are a family of 5, so finding ANY hotel anywhere for the 5 of us can be challenge, especially now that the little princess isn’t in a pack and play anymore. The first step in planning your Disney vacation is deciding which magical corner of the Walt Disney World Resort you’re going to call “home”. So, today I am going to share with you Disney Resorts for Families of Five or More!
I write about lots of kids’ activities, both here and on my own blog. I try to keep them uncomplicated and easy to do. But they still, generally, require you to spend a little time working with your kids on them. Sometimes that’s just not possible. Sometimes we have school drop-offs, and errands, and music lessons, and scouts, and other things and find ourselves with small amounts of unplanned time instead of an entire afternoon. That’s just life, and totally okay, too.
Here are a few ideas for things to do with kids in those small bits of unplanned time: