Four Ways to Enjoy the 4th of July

The 4th of July is a few days away! How are you celebrating? To make this holiday of fireworks, watermelon and hot dogs the best celebration ever, try a few of these tips:
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Bust Bugs. Insects love a good party just as much as humans, but they’re much less fun to hang out with. To keep bugs at bay, cover your food (when it’s not being eaten), distance the trash can from your feast.
Get Patriotic. If you’re throwing a party, make your guests really feel the patriotic vibe with a few red, white and blue decorations. We love this mason jar project from It All Started With Paint.
Eat Well. It’s hard to celebrate the 4th of July without awesome food – grilled goodness, fresh fruit and cool drinks dominate the holiday celebration scene. Take the standard hot dog and bag-o-chips combo up a notch.
Stay Safe. The 4th of July is a laid-back holiday filled with things like cold beer and pool parties, but it’s also a holiday full of potential fire hazards! Thousands of people are sent to the emergency room each year on the 4th.

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  • Elizabeth Dwyer Simpson Elizabeth Dwyer Simpson on Nov 25, 2013
    Hey we should all be celebrating with Champagne and whatever warms our hearts and makes us realize just what an important date THE 4TH OF JULY IS. We invited British guest to share our 4TH OF JULY celebration and they were rather surprised that we focused on the food and casualness of the holiday.
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