Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Kara's Party Ideas

Need some ideas for an upcoming party? Kara's Party Ideas is a one stop online spot for all your party idea needs.

Kara's Party Ideas was founded by Kara Allen in January of 2009 as a creative outlet & place to post all of her many parties. After only a few months, Kara's followings & fans were soaring. Her site grew quickly with clicks & viewers from across the globe.

You can access hundreds of parties on Kara's Party Ideas...from children's birthdays, to bridal showers, to baby showers, to holiday parties...KPI has it all.

Search any party category or specific party theme.

Browse through beautiful detailed party photo's.
Get instructions on how to create the party you have in mind including DIY projects, fun products, tips, & even tricks!

You can also submit your finished party photo's to be featured as an inspiration for others!

No matter what the party need, Kara's Party Ideas is here to help & inspire.

Thanks so much for stopping by. We hope you enjoy looking around and get an idea or two for yourself. Leave a comment & let us know you were here. Come back soon for more entertaining ideas & fun!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Bring comfort to the table

Just before the start of spring, there are those last chilly nights of winter that call for foods that warm the body and the soul. And that's the very definition of comfort food. Here are some of my favorite ways to bring some comfort to the table and smiles to the faces of those around it


Saturday, May 29, 2010

Sustainable Living. Professional approaches to housework

How does work in the home influence social dynamics, legal frameworks and ultimately entire social systems?

SUSTAINABLE LIVING: Profesional approaches to housework, an international and multidisciplinary conference sponsored by Home Renaissance Foundation, brings together experts to study the specific nature of housework, and further our understanding of the contribution that it brings to social sustainability.

check it at Home Renaissance Foundation

Friday, May 14, 2010

Home Advantage Plus

Here you’ll find support for streamlining, time management and organizing strategies to care for your home and life with less stress. Visit often to share your experiences for creating the home that works for you. Home Advantage Plus

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Make Kids' Parties a Piece of Cake

Give the Birthday Boy or Girl the Ultimate Gift

Fairy Tale Princess Cake
Pirate Cak

(Family Features) - When the goal is to delight a child with a birthday party they'll never forget, nothing says "it's your day" like an unforgettable birthday bash. And, it's a piece of cake when it comes together under one creative theme, down to the delicious detail of a birthday cake to sweeten the theme.


Sunday, November 15, 2009

Low-Cost, No-cost ways to celebrate Christmas with kids

Cutting costs at Christmas doesn't mean celebrating like Scrooge. It's not about what you buy -it's about what you do!

Putting "celebration at the center of the season -and taking the focus off gigts and giving- can be the key to happy holidays that don't break the bank.

Better, when it comes to Kids and Christmas, cheap is good! Simple. Inexpensive family activities can be as meaningful as pricey Nutcracker tickets -and no need for scratchy dresses or dress-up suits.

Try these no-cost ways to celebrate the holiday season with kids:

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Sunday, June 07, 2009

Nutritional Resources for Families

Find tips on healthy eating, recipies for balanced meals, resources on getting your family together at mealtimes, and advice on nutrition for your whole family, no matter the age of your children or your family's lifestyle.
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Saturday, June 06, 2009

On the Virtues of Making Your Children Do the Dishes

Quiz for the day: How much time each day, on average, does a 6- to 12-year-old child spend on household chores?

If you guessed more than a half-hour, you're wrong. Children are spending a mere 24 minutes a day doing cleaning, laundry and other housework -- a 12% decline since 1997 and a 25% drop from 1981 levels, says Sandra Hofferth, director of the Maryland Population Research Center at the University of Maryland, based on a forthcoming study of 1,343 children. In the glacial realm of sociological change, that amounts to a free fall.

It also reflects "important behavioral and values shifts that will affect lives for years to come," Dr. Hofferth says. One consequence is never more obvious than at this time of year, when hundreds of thousands of college freshmen move into their dorms and promptly begin destroying their laundry. Other studies suggest the shift may have longer-term

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Spanish Version

In case you speak Spanish, please give me a hand with this site. "La casa a un click" is a blog in spanish that I set up recently and It needs polishing up.
I'd appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to fill up the questionaire or send some suggestions.
Thanks for your help and when the new version is ready I'll let you know