Saturday, October 21st, 2017






For those of you who are lucky enough to be planning a Halloween pool party, Eric Lipton, an advocate for pool safety and who speaks nationwide to spread the word about drowning prevention, shares his tips.






This Halloween make sure your kids don’t overindulge in too much candy after Trick-or-Treating. To help guide parents and guardians on keeping an eye on Halloween sweet tooth habits, here are a few healthy tips from Dr. Mayrene Hernandez of UnitedHealthcare. She has been with UnitedHealth Group since 2012 and is Board Certified in Family Practice for well over 10 years.











It’s pumpkin time and if you’re visiting New York City, there’s an event full of crafts, snacks and live music called Jazz Up Your Pumpkin. The festivities will be held at The Shops at Columbus Circle on Sunday, October 8.











It’s pumpkin season again. If you plan to be carving one, consider the new book Easy Pumpkin Carving: Spooktacular Patterns, Tips & Ideas.

Here is a sample excerpt:

Traditional Pumpkin Carving Techniques
 By Colleen Dorsey

Here they are, the very essentials of pumpkin carving! By following these steps that you probably had down pay when you were a kid, you can get carving with any traditional pumpkin carving pattern. You’ll need a little elbow grease and a tolerance for mess to use this technique, but it’s totally worth it.











Halloween is coming and to get ready for the fun, here are “Three Halloween Duct Tape Projects Your Kids Will Love!” by Fabian Morgan. She is the author of the Duct Tape Series Books:Tape It & Make It, Tape It & Make More, Tape It & Wear It and her newly released book, Duct Tape Bags.











In time for Halloween, Jose Cuervo offers these cocktail recipe ideas!











For easy DIY Halloween costumes go to Primary. Started by two moms who wanted to find basic clothes at affordable prices, they started this online store.