What’s Happening Today – July 31, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife:
One of the first lessons that we are given when we first begin taking driving lessons is buckling your seat belt. Buckling your seat belt is a simple and important task that people still seem to keep avoiding despite the potential life risking results that may come from not buckling up. Today, Ms. America Woman, Amber Haight, shares with us her mission to to bring more awareness to power of seat belt safety.
The transition from childhood to adolescence can be an awkward, bumpy one. Around this time, children begin to experience physical changes, new areas of brain development begins, and children are also beginning to develop a sense of who they really are. Project S.A.F.E. is a program that promotes a positive learning environment for children to make their transitions more smoother. Today, we learn more about the program and how you can provide support.
Balayage means “to sweep” or “to paint” in French and is an artistic way to hand paint. For hair, Balayage is a game changer. To find out more about this technique, DelmarvaLife’s Lisa Bryant caught up with the experts at About Faces Day Spa and Salon to see what the hype is all about!
Whether you are cooking over an open flame or using an outdoor grill, there’s just something different about cooking outside that makes food taste so much better. DelmarvaLife’s Lisa Bryant stopped by the home of Brian and Heather Spicer of Spicer Brothers Construction to learn how to make a delicious shrimp foil pack dinner. We also get a glimpse at some of the kitchen appliances and gadgets that you can use for your upcoming outdoor celebrations.
We meet Tasha the Mermaid who has decided to come out the ocean and sit down with us to educate people on the importance of marine conservation. She also shows us how to make our own reusable water bottle from a mason jar!