Author Archive: Tina

Thirty-something, work at home proud mother of two kids, full time marketer, part time writer and lots of jobs in between. I'm married to my best friend and high school sweetheart, love to cook, read, and help companies market themselves. I love to hear from my readers so leave a comment to join the conversation! Tina Becci

Spring Birthday Party Ideas

Tina | April 3, 2021 | 5 Comments

Do you have a birthday boy or girl during the spring months of April or May? If you don’t live in a southern state, it’s not warm enough yet for a pool party, but it’s most likely nice enough to have a party in your backyard or at the local park! Of course, you’ll need […]

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Things to Do on Spring Break at Home

Tina | March 15, 2021 | 17 Comments

Some school districts have spring break in March, and others have it in April. With the many snow storms so far this year they have been wreaking havoc across the northeast, some school districts closed for a week in February and will be losing their spring breaks! If this is the case for you, you […]

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Time Change Spring Forward and Change Batteries

Tina | March 13, 2021 | 1 Comment

Change your clocks and smoke alarm batteries
This weekend we are set to “Spring Forward” or set our clocks forward an hour in accordance with Daylight Savings Time, 2 a.m. on Sunday. The kids always ask me why we have to change the clocks and I am never really sure what to tell them. I always […]

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What to Buy on Sale in March

Tina | February 28, 2021 | 17 Comments

You know what they say about March: It comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. As the lion blows through, you can look forward to warmer spring days ahead. You can also look forward to some great sales, as there are items that typically are on sale this month. The good […]

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February is Burn Awareness Month

Tina | February 7, 2021 | 13 Comments

February is National Burn Awareness Month. Although it may seem like an obvious thing to be aware of and an easy injury to avoid, more than two million Americans are treated for serious burn injuries each year, and a good number of those burn victims are children. Children account for between 10 and 15 percent […]

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Things to Buy on Sale in February

Tina | January 30, 2021 | 36 Comments

With a special holiday involving flowers, chocolate and hearts coming up soon, you may have been planning to spend your extra money on Valentine’s Day items over the next couple of weeks. If you’re hoping to save money in February, though, those are definitely not the items that will be on sale… at least not […]

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Shopping the January Sales

Tina | January 1, 2021 | 114 Comments

If I asked you when the best time is to stock up on school supplies, you’d say July, right? It’s when all of the big box stores tend to have boxes of crayons for a quarter or two, 10-packs of markers for a buck, and those spiral notebooks that get caught on everything for pennies. […]

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New Years Eve Traditions

Tina | December 31, 2020 | 63 Comments

When I was a kid, I remember looking forward to New Year’s Eve: It was the one night of the year that my brothers and I could stay up all night long (well, until midnight), eating junk food and watching movies until finally the ball would drop in Times Square, indicating the end of the […]

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New Years Good Luck Traditions and Superstitions

Tina | December 29, 2020 | 1 Comment

Tradition vs. Superstition vs. Bringing in the New Year with Inspiration
Happy New Year! Ok, on to the reason you came here which is for New Year’s traditions and superstition information! Sources of inspiration or predominant offshoots of traditional idealism; either way one believes, bringing in the New Year with a source of inspiration is a […]

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Ideas for Celebrating New Year’s Eve as a Family

Tina | December 28, 2020 | 2 Comments

Having a Fun New Year’s Eve With the Family
Once we have children, our lives certainly aren’t the same. Between nap schedules, early bed times and plenty of tantrums, children make going out for holidays much harder and often have us wanting to just stay home instead of going out.
Now, with New Year’s coming up, it’s […]

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