Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is raising awareness this Halloween for children with food allergies. The Teal Pumpkin Project was created to encourage the community to offer non-food items to children this Halloween. To raise awareness and let trick-or-treaters know you provide non-food treats place a teal painted pumpkin on your porch.
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Keeping your car organized doesn’t need to be too time consuming or costly. You just need to implement a few car organization tips and tricks!
- Use pouches to store tissues, hand sanitizer, and other travel-size necessities this will help alleviate clutter in your center console.
- Use silicone cupcake liners in your cup holders, this is a great way for an easy cleanup.
- Make on the go meals much less of hassle with a plastic basket from the dollar store.
- Expand your cup holder space with a basket and muffin pan. Perfect for holding large groups of drinks!
- Use a car log to stay on top of your car maintenance.
- Keep your loose change in a gum container. This will help prevent miscellaneous coins from ending up all over the ground of your car.
How do you keep your car organized? Leave us a comment if you have additional tips to share.
Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s time to transform your pumpkin into a masterpiece! The biggest challenge year after year is how to keep jack-o-lanterns from rotting and molding before Halloween arrives. Here are some tips to help ensure that your pumpkin lasts as long as possible:
- Pick the Right Pumpkin – Choose a pumpkin that is fresh, with a sturdy stem and that has no bruises. Also make sure to find one that has a flat bottom so it does’t roll.
- Scoop Out the Pulp – When prepping your pumpkin make sure to scrape out as much as the pulp possible. The cleaner and drier of the inside of the pumpkin, the slower the rotting process will take.
- Use Bleach – Give your fresh and carved pumpkin a bleach bath. You will want to use one teaspoon of bleach per gallon of water. This is a great way to hydrate your pumpkin and also eliminate any bacteria.
- Refrigerate Pumpkin Overnight – If you live in warmer climate area it is recommended that you place carved pumpkins in fridge at night instead of keeping them on the porch. This will help to re-hydrate your pumpkin.
- Use a Fly Trap – There is no doubt that pumpkins attract fruit flies. Fruit flies will enhance the rotting process of a pumpkin therefore it is essential to keep a fly trap near by.
Let us know if you have any tips tricks you would like to share for this Halloween season.