This post is apart of a sponsored partnership. All opinions expressed here are my own! Today, November 13th is World Kindness Day! World Kindness Day was introduced for the first time in 1998 by the World Kindness Movement. It’s a day observed all around the world that encourages individuals to overlook our differences and simply “Choose Kind!” There are so many ways to get involved with your family today!!
Are you in the Atlanta area or traveling here soon? When was the last time you’ve visited the Georgia Aquarium?! There happens to be a lot of new fun and educational exhibits to check out! The newest and most recent addition is the National Geographic photography exhibit – SHARKS: On Assignment with Brain Skerry. A few weeks ago the aquarium invited my family out for a first hand look! In this exhibit, photo journalist Brian Skerry gives us a close look at one of the world’s most feared predators.
This post is sponsored by Strong4Life. All opinions expressed here are my own. Last week my family visited a pumpkin patch, the aquarium, made it out to Chess Club, and our weekly play day on the Atlanta BeltLine. If you hadn’t noticed…….we’re a very busy family! As we’re out and about, and on the go, most days I pack a lunch for myself and the kids. With my sons food sensitives and epilepsy, it’s not always easy to find foods that he can eat while we’re out that won’t trigger a seizure.
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