If you've been searching for a reason to drink tequila on a Monday, look no further. Feb. 22 marks National Margarita Day. Move over Valentine’s Day, it’s officially time to celebrate the best fake holiday in February.Although it may be a Monday, and you might still be recovering from the weekend, it’s also five o'clock somewhere - so you still need to celebrate.
Some people love the mushy-gushy on Valentine’s Day, some people don’t. Some of us are exceptional at planning dates and some of us are, well, procrastinators. When it comes to Valentine’s Day date ideas, the important part is the effort put into spending quality time together.
Do you feel like you’re still tired after a full night's sleep? Do you have trouble focusing, lack motivation, feeling sluggish, irritable, or off your game? Did you know these can all be symptoms of dehydration? Proper hydration, or lack thereof, could be affecting you in ways that you aren’t aware of.
This year's festivities are bound to look a little different in light of the ongoing pandemic. Instead of a packed house, you might be entertaining your immediate family members (yes, the ones you've been cooped up with for the past nine months) or you may be skipping your oldest traditions altogether. Which means it's the perfect time to try all new activities that you haven't done!
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care - so that you might put some lovely things in there. What's worse than being given coal? Being given something that you will absolutely re-gift. Finding the right gift can be challenging, but all it takes is knowing one or two of their likes. If you know the recipient is obsessed with a specific cup-in-hand activity, give them something that will make them enjoy said activity even more!
Calling all coffee lovers, here are five deliciously decadent fall coffee recipes that you can make right in your own home! Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or anytime you need a fall-flavored boost, these homemade recipes will rival any coffeehouse creation with a nod to this beautiful autumn season. Some might say fall begins with the changing of leaf colors, or with pumpkins popping up everywhere, but we think fall has not officially fell until you've had that perfect seasonal drink.
The leaves are changing and your tan is fading because fall is officially here. Whether you jump for joy or feel a tinge of grief the first morning you step out on the porch and see your breath, we’ve got your back. We know it’s hard to want to leave your warm pajamas, but don’t let the hibernation vibes take over just yet. It’s time for a beautiful season that brings us delicious cocktails like Irish Coffees, festive apple ciders, and fancy hot chocolates. Of course, the colorful leaves, eccentric pumpkins, and campfires are nice too! So, get your layers on and get outside for some fun, Silipint style.
We love this time of year for so many reasons. From leaves crunching beneath our feet to the creative pumpkin carvings around the neighborhood, we are taking in all things fall! One of our favorite things about the season is attending overzealous Halloween festivities. So, let’s plan and prep for a howling good time at your Halloween party. These tips are sure to make your Halloween party a smash!Read More
The Thanksgiving countdown has begun, so put on your stretchy pants and get ready for the mother of all eating holidays. Whether you’re hosting the big day or playing a supportive role, these ideas just might turn into your new favorite traditions.Read More
Do you hear that folks? It’s the silence before the roar as the referee decides a make or break a call that will have you hollering before he’s even finished talking. It’s time to prepare your ears and your kitchen, for the Super Bowl. Whether it’s the company you keep, the hilarious commercials, or having tremendous team pride during the game, the Super Bowl is a great excuse to get together for some Sunday Funday shenanigans. Luckily, the guest list is usually easy to please. There are only a few important details: food, drinks, and a good signal on your television.