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How did we celebrate HALLOWEEN in the midst of this pandemic? And how can we celebrate major holidays (like the upcoming Christmas) moving forward in this new normal that we are in? Here’s a guide…
Let me begin by saying that Halloween is my most favorite time of the year. Christmas comes second and Summer comes third. You can check out my previous Halloween posts here: https://momtraneur.com/2016/10/21/nuvali-night-sky-cinema-2016-pre-halloween-prep/ https://momtraneur.com/2016/10/24/nuvali-night-sky-cinema-2016-family-event/ https://momtraneur.com/2016/10/25/top-8-things-to-do-in-nuvali-2016/ https://momtraneur.com/2017/10/31/halloween-2017-how-to-let-go-of-attachments/ http://sexynomad.blogspot.com/search/label/Halloween And this year, I honestly thought that I won’t be able to celebrate it because of the following reasons:
Whenever the “ber” months would arrive especially September, I always get excited because it means that my favorite time of the year is just around the corner. No, it’s not Christmas… it’s Halloween! Then I’d start decorating the house, I’d start buying costumes and treats, planning for a house party and scheduling other horror parties … Continue reading Halloween 2017: How to Let Go of Attachments
I’ve been a lot busier than usual with everything that I had to do (my VA / Virtual Assistant biz, baby stuff, house chores, errands, holiday activities, etc). Our baby Tuz is a lot more active (climbing everywhere he could climb), he easily gets bored now with his old toys (we may need to resell his … Continue reading Thoughts This Halloween
To all those who know me since way back, you know that Halloween is my most favorite time of the year. Christmas only comes second followed by Summer. This is why every year, since I was little, I always celebrate the season one way or another — whether by visiting the dead and playing with … Continue reading Nuvali Night Sky Cinema – 2016 Pre-Halloween Prep
Being engaged to my bestest friend didn’t come in the way it does in romantic movies… It was better because we purposely turned it into our own art, the way we wanted it.
I saw this image quote on my social media feeds and it struck a chord in me. It says:
“This January, start the year with an empty jar. Each week, add a note with a good thing that happened.
On New Year’s Eve, empty the jar and read about the amazing year you had.”
Oh my goodness! It’s going to be Christmas soon, then New Year, and I still haven’t blogged about the things I’ve always wanted to blog about (like the happiest Halloween we’ve ever had)! As usual, so many joyful and exciting things have happened and continue to happen in my life for which I am very … Continue reading 5 Things You Can Do Instead of Social Media (Facebook Disabled My Account and I’m Thankful!)
How are you? We are on the 18th month of this pandemic and so many things have already happened… deaths left and right… Covid getting closer and closer to home (if it hasn’t hit yours already… it surely did mine. 5 of our family members caught Covid and thankfully survived it despite not getting vaccinated)… … Continue reading 3 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress During These Hard Times
As I’ve mentioned on my Christmas blog post, we’ve always celebrated the holiday season at a nice hotel resort in the city. That’s where I would usually see wonderful buffet table settings including charcuterie board offerings. So I said to myself, why don’t I try to recreate that here at home and have that nice … Continue reading New Year’s DIY Charcuterie Table Design