Because of their much smaller size, winter clothing is especially important for children. Technically, the reason that your little ones are so susceptible to cold weather is that they have a lot of areas through which to lose heat when compared to their volume. Basically, this means that temperature which seems mildly cool to you can be rather cold to them; if you need a sweater to brave the elements, then they likely need a coat. Continue reading How to Dress Kids for Winter
The most celebrated time of the year – for most people around the world – fast approaches in the months of November and December. Perhaps it’s because the fall and winter seasons bring people and families together for warmth, and lead resolutely into Thanksgiving and then Christmas. Get-togethers and shopping skyrocket in these months (see Black Friday for example), and it can sometimes be difficult to prioritize the things you want. Continue reading The Best Things to Buy in November
When it’s winter, most women are torn between keeping warm and remaining stylish! While your health is the first priority, you shouldn’t compromise on style and fashion. In this article, you’ll get some of the clothes that are both warm and elegant thus warding off diseases while making a strong fashion statement. Continue reading Winter Wardrobe Basics For Every Women
Say goodbye to the cool breeze we’ve all enjoyed during the last few days of February because summer is definitely here and classes will soon end. For moms like me, I am sure our “Me Time” are bound to be shorten once again because the kids are most likely to be at home 24/7 for about two months! No more quick shopping to the malls while the kids are at school. Continue reading Online Shoppers Teamed Up with iPrice
There is no problem when we go out and buy things for the kids. Unfortunately, when it comes to me buying stuff for myself especially clothes or shoes where fittings are necessary and with three kids at tow plus a husband who has a very tiny amount of patience when it comes to waiting– I usually just drop the thing off. And that leaves me empty handed when we go shopping.