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How to Pick a Spa For Valentines Day

Valentines Gifts| Citiclean Blog

If you’re looking for a last minute Valentines Day gift to impress your significant other, or to thank them for years of love and devotion, a gift certificate for a day at the spa is the perfect way to go. It’s important to make sure that you are sending your partner to a reputable, clean read more »

Baked Latke Recipe

Latkes are delicious potato pancakes that are enjoyed world wide during Chanukah, with a side of applesauce or sour cream. These tasty little treats are heavily fried in oil as a way to celebrate the miracle of Chanukah, a small amount of oil lasting for an entire eight days. While a little bit of oil read more »

Make Your Own Gift Mug

Home made gifts for Christmas and Chanukah are a great way to show someone you care with a personalized present. A painted coffee mug is a useful and enjoyable gift for everyone, and they are so easy and fun to make it’s a fun project for kids and adults alike. To make your own coffee read more »

Thanksgiving Traditions

As America prepares to celebrate Thanksgiving, you might notice that there are many different Thanksgiving traditions celebrated around the country. Here are some of the most popular traditions, and a bit about where they come from. The traditional Thanksgiving meal consists of turkey, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce followed up with read more »

Homemade Halloween Treats

Sure it’s nice to make beautiful desserts, but when it comes to homemade Halloween treats, the uglier the better! Making delicious treats that tickle your tummy is super easy. This recipe for mud and worms is delicious for both kids and adults. First you’ll need: 12 chocolate, cream cookies (like oreo’s) 1 package of gummy read more »

Fun Facts About America’s National Anthem

The Fourth of July is a great day to remember what makes America such an amazing place to live. This Independence Day, let’s celebrate by taking a look at one thing that makes America so special, our national anthem. During the was of 1812, Major George Armistead, of Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, commissioned the read more »

Free Summer Fun

Schools out for summer, but if you don’t want to spend the next few months listening to your kids complaining about boredom you need to start planning. Summer fun doesn’t have to be expensive, and some of the best summer activities are absolutely free! Check out your neighborhood for local parks, gardens and hiking trails. read more »

Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Buying gifts for Father’s Day isn’t as easy as it was when you were a kid. Unfortunately, the clay ashtray is long gone and a tie made from construction paper won’t exactly cut it anymore. Although a loving gift straight from the heart is always important, it’s nice when that gift is also cool. Unless read more »

Mother’s Day Crafts

Although store bought gifts and cards look lovely, there’s something very special about home made gifts on Mother’s Day . This year, help your kids make some lovely crafts to celebrate their mothers and grandmothers. The best hand made Mother’s Day crafts is a hand made card. Cards are easy to make for kids of read more »

Cinco de Mayo Pinatas

One of the most common traditions associated with Cinco de Mayo is the Mexican pinata. A pinata is a paper mache type container filled with toys, candy and other fun treats. The pinata is usually hung from up high, and then hit with a bat by a blindfolded person until it explodes with goodness. Although read more »