If you and your family are stuck at home for a while, perhaps for quarantine purposes, for instance, you’ll be doing your best to keep your kids happily occupied. But if you have a teenager, you may be finding them tricky to cater for, and a bored teen can quickly become restless and moody. When you start looking outside the box, though, you’ll find all sorts of stimulating yet home-based activities for this older age group. Here are eight such projects to put to your teen. Select one to suit their interests and personality, also bearing in mind feasibility for your living space, and present it as an exciting, new opportunity. Then, when they’re ready for more, pick another.
Toilet paper has become a major part of maintaining good personal hygiene for most Americans over the past century. However, if you are in a bind and can’t find bathroom tissue, you will have to look for an alternative. For example, you might not be able to find any bathroom tissue at the store – or you might live off-grid on a homestead that doesn’t have a flushing toilet. Therefore, in the event that you don’t have access to toilet paper, here are several good alternatives.
Behind its name, well-renowned throughout Bern today, the ice cream shop Gelateria di Berna has a lovely history. The adventure began in 2010 with the opening of a location making home-made ice cream. The ice cream chain quickly enticed and attracted an ever growing clientele. Eight years later, there are now five locations in the Swiss capital of Bern.
This new store concept was launched in 2017 by Coop in order to respond to the growing demand for vegetarian and vegan products. For the record, vegetarians don’t consume meat, and vegans don’t consume any animal products at all. There are many different kinds.
You’ve probably eaten the donuts sold in supermarkets. They have been frozen and are full of fat. So I came to Lausanne to try Donutime’s famous donuts.