Monday, January 6, 2014

Everyday Confetti

Authors: Karen Ehman and Glynnis Whitwer
Publisher: Revell
January 2014
ISBN: 978-0800722012
Genre: Nonfiction / Entertaining

Got a calendar packed with reasons to celebrate but a brain that lacks ideas? Special people you want to love on but limited time to do it? Relax. We've got you covered.

When a busy woman looks at her calendar and sees a birthday, holiday, or special occasion, she has the best intentions for bringing joy to her family and creating lasting memories. Then reality hits. Amidst demanding responsibilities and an overloaded schedule, when is she ever going to have time to plan the perfect celebration or find the creativity to make it special?

In this go-to guide, Karen Ehman and Glynnis Whitwer give women the ideas and the motivation they need to make such occasions less daunting. They provide creative ideas and menu plans for

· Holidays 
· Birthdays
· Special Events
· Everyday Occasions

Readers will even find suggestions for reaching out to others throughout the year through celebrations that are simple, doable, and stress-free.

EVERYDAY CONFETTI is a book packed full of ideas for uncreative people (when it comes to entertaining) like me. Birthdays, special birthday, such as the year your child turns ten, the year your child turns thirteen, and the year your year matches your birthday are all big deals and reasons to celebrate. Every holiday you can think of, and even some you probably can’t, are listed in here, with recipes and ideas to make it a celebration.

Life is short. Celebrate.

Today is New Years Day. There are recipes included for Blackeye Pea salad (for those who must have those for good luck), cheese ball dip, and more.

Divided by month, it makes it easy to plan out your calendars. It’ll be fun to try some of the ideas in this book. Recommended. $14.99. 192 pages. 5 stars.

1 comment:

Between the Pages with Katrina said...

This looks like a great book with lots of ideas.

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