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5 Tips and Theme Ideas for Respiratory Care Week 10/20/19 - 10/26/19

Posted by Tina Fermin on

Last year my department team members absolutely loved Respiratory Care Week. They said we knocked it out of the park and they had never had a Respiratory Care Week like that before. Here is what we did and you can too. 1) Create a committee Creating a committee early on (by August if you can) will allow for changes of ideas and committee members. Solicit volunteers from staff members. Initially we started off by choosing team members to be on the planning committee but we found that getting volunteers worked better.  Great tool! I found this Respiratory Care Week planning guide...

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From My Site Vampire Love Affair :: How To Host A True Blood or Vampire Themed Party

Posted by Tina Fermin on

The up surge of vampire fans over the last few years has spurred new fun foods, gifts, party themes clothing and more. I am more than happy to admit that I am a vampire story fan.

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DIY - How to add your own custom label to a wine bottle

Posted by Tina Fermin on

How to add your own custom label to a wine bottle Take Valentines Day up a notch this year by adding your own custom label to a wine bottle, champagne bottle or sparkling cider bottle! Read below for my step-by-step instructions.  Supplies you'll need A bottle to decorate  A waterproof container tall enough to site your bottle in A scraping tool, credit card, old gift card or some thing similar  Start by choosing either a bottle of wine, champagne or sparkling cider bottle. Gather, buy or create your own vinyl label for the bottle. Most bottles use a 3.5" x...

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The History Behind Cookies For Santa

Posted by Tina Fermin on

I never grew up leaving cookies for Santa (at least that I can remember). It is a tradition I started in my home when my son was younger but I never thought much about where the tradition came from.

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