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Get artistic with the kids and draw these cartoon characters

When the kids want to get artistic, you have to get creative to entertain them, so they don’t draw on the walls. However, thanks to YouTube videos, there are so many fun art projects they can learn that you don’t have to worry about that. What’s something kids love to watch for as long as possible? Probably some of their favorite cartoons. So if you’re looking for a new way to entertain your kids, here are some simple YouTube tutorials from other creators that teach how to draw famous cartoon ch...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Moana, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Grogu Baby Yoda, Art for Kids Hub Disney, Elsa Princess Tiana, Power Puff Girls Draw Blossom Buttercup, Robin Star Fire Raven Cyborg


Celebrate National Margarita Day with this simple recipe

Happy National Margarita Day, where it’s time to have a fiesta on a Monday! We can’t complain about having them back to back as much as we wish it were on a Taco Tuesday. So if you’re thinking of having some homemade margaritas at your home, then we’re here to help with this tasty recipe. The great thing about making margaritas at home is that they’re easy to make and yummy drinks along with any of your favorite Mexican dishes. Here is a simple recipe for a three-step homemade margarita recipe. ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Tajin Courtesy of Unsplash Tai


Take your dog out to these pet-friendly experiences

The last year might have been a transition for people to work or go to school at home. Can you think of someone who has benefited from that experience? Yes, your dog! No matter what you think about stay home, you know your dog loves it. Every day their favorite person is home to spend time with them around the house. Even more places are also offering opportunities to bring your dog to experience the great outdoors. Whether you want to spend time with your furry best friend inside or outside, he...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Southern California, Duffy, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Experiences, Pexels Sam Lion, Courtesy of Pexels Trinity Kubassek


Five SoCal food experiences you must try

Now and then, you might have an itching to do something new, but the question is, what will it be? Have you done everything there is to do in Southern California? We don’t think so! It doesn’t matter if you want to find new merchandise to shop for or new kinds of food to eat – we know where to go. So if you’re looking for new places for shopping and eating, check out these Southern California events. Disneyland Food Festival    Many people have been waiting for Disney to begin reopening their ...
Tags: California, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Disneyland Resort, Southern California, Inland Empire, North Hollywood, Sponsored Content, Ken Potrock, The TEA, The TEA - Experiences


Try these artistic tutorials at home

Art is one of the most beneficial ways to express yourself but giving you an avenue to create something beautiful. This can be at home, with a friend, and even out in the world. You might be thinking drawing and painting are the only forms of art you can do but don’t worry. Many experts have a ton of experience online who have made videos to inspire you to make art in different ways. Check out some of our ideas for how to get your creative juices flowing.   Acrylic Painting Tutorial  When lear...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Pexels Javier Gonzalez, Pexels Caio Photoshop


Take a hike along these trails for a picnic with a view

This year is a new chance to find new hobbies and spend more time outdoors. While you might have found new hiking trails or new parks to have picnics at – why not combine them? Take a drive to a local beach to find a new route through the hills and the water for beautiful scenery this season. Pack a sack lunch or pick up your favorite takeout for a simple yet extraordinary experience with loved ones with a fantastic view. These hikes have trails for a beginner or an experienced hiker, but the pi...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Ocean, Walk, Southern California, Santa Monica, Newport Beach, Rancho Palos Verdes, Crystal Cove State Park, Pacific Palisades, Sponsored Content, Pacific Palisades CA, Thousand Steps Beach


Fun ideas for Valentine’s Day activities

Valentine’s Day in 2021 might be a little different than years before. Some restaurants might be closed to dining-in or might have limited occupancy. There are other options to think about before waiting in line or waiting for your order to be delivered. That doesn’t mean you need to dull down your Valentine’s Day date, though. It just means you’re going to have to get a little more creative. Less is more when it comes to some activities, so while you might have gotten two-dozen roses, an expens...
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Make these homemade appetizers for the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is back already, and everyone is hungry to see who wins. Whether you’re rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, you’re going to want some good food to snack on. While you’re watching the game or the halftime show, you’ll want something tasty to sink your teeth into. So if you’re wondering what you should make for the big game, here are some ideas! From spicy to savory, check out these videos for how to make some homemade appetizers for the Super Bowl. The ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Spice Bangla Courtesy of Unsplash Jack Harner


Take a stroll down these Southern California art walks

Sometimes you take a walk for exercise, while running errands, or to clear your head – so why not make it a little more colorful? Art walks are located throughout Los Angeles and Orange County, with murals on buildings, canvases, and pretty much anything you can imagine on the street. These works of art are for everyone passionate about paintings, artistic detail, and the city they live in. So the next time you’re in these local areas, take a stroll, then take a selfie at these Southern Californ...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Southern California, Venice Beach, Santa Ana, Los Angele, Sponsored Content, Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, Alameda St Los Angeles, Katella Ave Anaheim, Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Unsplash Stephen Leonardi


Five creative ideas for your kids on National Art Day

Happy National Art Day, where every work of art your kid makes deserves to be displayed around the house. It doesn’t matter if it’s a painting, a drawing, or a sculpture – it’s a work of art. Now that the kids are spending so much time at home, they should be exploring their creative side. Get out the paint, papers, and everything else they can use to make a masterpiece to decorate your home. Check out these videos to inspire your child to create their own work of art at home. How To Draw A Cut...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Michelangelo, Sponsored Content, Baby Yoda, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Grogu, Unsplash Bruno Kelzer, Simple Origami Boat Origami, Pexels Julia M Cameron


Take a drive into these fun local experiences

2021 is a new year, with many new events to safely get out of the house and have some fun. With events adapting to social distancing requirements, they have found success in a drive-in and drive-thru experiences. So you might spend a majority of your time in the comfort of your home, but once you take the car out, you might find yourself in an entirely different world of movies, entertainment, and music. Here are some upcoming drive-in and drive-thru events you’ll want to speed to this month. ...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sport, Earth, Fox, Soccer, Ferris Bueller, Edc, Harry Met Sally, Hollywood Roosevelt, Sponsored Content, Insomniac Events, Rooftop Cinema Club, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Insomniac Electric Mile, Electric Mile Drive Thru


Start your garden at home with these tips

When we first started staying home, an art and banana bread frenzy left everyone with full stomachs and new decorations around the home. Now people are looking for a new way to brighten up their days at home. A new online community has started giving tips and tricks for creating your homemade garden with either plants or vegetables that provide you with more time outside and less time bugging your pets. Check out these times for creating your home garden. Courtesy of Unsplash/ Markus Spiske ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Carrie Rad, Unsplash Angele Kamp


Take a walk around the world with these virtual tours of art museums

Art is one of those subjects where it doesn’t matter when or where you’re from, you can still enjoy it. We can appreciate art made today or a piece of art that was made hundreds of years ago. Someone in Rome can love a work of art from Africa, and that’s what makes art so intriguing to everyone around the world. Anyone can look at one painting, sculpture, or exhibit and see entirely different interpretations and still find the beauty in it. While we sit at home and think about the next fun vacat...
Tags: Africa, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Rome, Canada, Soccer, Picasso, Art Institute of Chicago, Art Gallery of Ontario, Sponsored Content, Van Gogh Monet, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Unsplash Chris Karidis, Picasso Museum of Barcelona


Tips for donating food items from a food bank volunteer

Local food banks are a necessary part of the community to help those in need with their everyday meals. Homes and organizations depend on food banks to feed their families to rely on others’ kindness. The kinds of donated foods are essential to learning about, so they don’t spoil quickly. If you’re able to give to a community food bank, here are some tips to know before making your donation. The kind of milk you donate matters Milk expires, but there are many kinds of alternatives that will be...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Trends


Five books about the end of the world to read in 2021

There’s something about the new year that gives us feelings of happiness and hope for the future. As we enter the year 2021, we see more stories about fictional dystopian futures caused by aliens, zombies, and natural disasters. How many books were you able to read in 2020? Now that we know we have the time on our hands, it’s time to put a book into them too! Reading books provides us with the perfect level of escapism that takes us out of our lives to enjoy the stories of others. It doesn’t mat...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, Earth, Netflix, Soccer, Arctic, Sandra Bullock, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Hulu, Augustus, Emily St John Mandel, Augustine, Sponsored Content, Max Brooks, Bird Box


National Bittersweet Chocolate Day calls for the most tasty recipes

It’s bittersweet that there’s so much chocolate in the world, and we can’t have it all! For National Bittersweet Chocolate Day, we want you to have all the best options to create your own chocolatey creations to snack on for the new year. We have a lot of time on our hands, so let’s put some chocolate on them too. Taste these yummy treats you can make for National Bittersweet Chocolate Day. How to Make the Most Amazing Chocolate Cake by The Stay At Home Chef Preheat that oven to 350 degrees an...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Santa, Valentine, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Arts, Unsplash Charisse Kenion


Workout with these free video channels on YouTube

New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep up, but that doesn’t mean they’re impossible. If it were easy, everyone would do it! When you’re thinking about committing to a workout plan, they can be expensive or inconvenient based on time or location. Today is when you solve all of those problems. Look to YouTube for new channels that can improve your fitness journey by being done in shorter amounts of time right in the comfort of your home for free. This eliminates most of the reasonable excuses. So...
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Work out with these free video channels on YouTube

New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep up, but that doesn’t mean they’re impossible. If it were easy, everyone would do it! When you’re thinking about committing to a workout plan, they can be expensive or inconvenient based on time or location. Today is when you solve all of those problems. Look to YouTube for new channels that can improve your fitness journey by being done in shorter amounts of time right in the comfort of your home for free. This eliminates most of the reasonable excuses. So...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, David Duncan, Kinney, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Courtesy of Unsplash Scott Webb Pamela Reif When, Pamela Reif, Karsten Winegeart David Duncan


Make a new years resolution you can keep up with these ideas

New Year’s resolutions are when you wait until January 1st to begin the whole “new year, new me” trend. This can set unrealistic goals and expectations for yourself to be more complicated than you initially thought. However, by setting realistic resolutions, making a practical change allows you to feel optimistic about your choices and progress toward your goals. Here are some ideas on making progress toward a New Years’ resolution that you can continue for 2021. Courtesy of Unsplash/ Brooke L...
Tags: Youtube, Sport, Soccer, Sponsored Content, YoutTube, Start An Llc, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Unsplash Brooke Lark, Dan Pattison


Enjoy these awesome live-streaming New Year’s Eve events

Goodbye 2020 and hello 2021! The roaring ’20s are back, and we’re ready to party…virtually, of course. With so many virtual events to stream online, there’s no reason to leave the house unless it’s to get more food and drinks. From watching the New York ball drop to streaming DJ’s – your night can be fun-filled until the clock strikes midnight. No matter what you do, be safe, have fun, and make the ending of 2020 the best it can be. Check out these virtual New Year’s Eve events that you can be a...
Tags: New York, Abc, Sport, Soccer, Snoop Dogg, Christopher Titus, Times Square New York, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Rachel Bradley Christopher Titus, Rachel Bradley


Play these homemade games on Christmas

Today marks a Christmas day like no other, and if we’ve learned anything this year, it’s that we have to make our own fun. We might not be able to go to huge holiday events with crowds of people enjoying the season, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a party. Make plans to stay in on Christmas evening and break out some household items to create these holiday-themed games. Turn on the Christmas lights, songs, and spirit with these homemade games to play on Christmas. Courtesy of Unsplash/ Da...
Tags: Instagram, Sport, Soccer, Santa, Sponsored Content, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Unsplash Dario Mingarelli, Facebook Extra, Courtesy of Unsplash Joshua Hoehne


Have fun at home with the New Years ideas

Your 2020 New Years’ Eve will be looking a little differently than years past. When before, you might have gone to parties, concerts, and events – this year will be interesting to find new ways to celebrate without leaving home. Just because you’re not going to a concert or event with hundreds of people doesn’t mean that it won’t still be a grand celebration with fond memories and fun. Check out some of our ideas for ways to celebrate New Years’ Eve at home. Courtesy of Unsplash/ Alin Surdu ...
Tags: Spotify, Youtube, Sport, Netflix, Soccer, Cards Against Humanity, Sponsored Content, Netflix Party, The TEA, The TEA - Trends, Unsplash Kari Shea Make, Unsplash Jonathan Ybema Start, Scattegories Telestrations Left Right Center


Take a trip to Irvine for a holiday adventure in Tanaka Farms

It’s the last week of the holiday season, but there is still so much you can do! Take the kids out to the Tanaka Farms, located in the South Orange County city of Irvine. With so much to do, you can have a full day full of socially distant fun that will give you photos and memories for a lifetime. From Monday to Thursday, you can plan out any of these exciting activities for everyone in the family to enjoy in the open farm air. The Holiday Tree lot is open and ready for you to take them home Y...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Santa Claus, Santa, Irvine, St Nicholas, Sponsored Content, South Orange County, Tanaka Farms, The TEA, The TEA - Experiences, Courtesy of Tanaka Farms Drive, U Pick Wagon Rides, Tanaka Farm, Tanaka Farms Volunteer


These Los Alamitos restaurants are open for take-out or delivery

Los Alamitos is a strong community of people who care about their local restaurants and thankfully have tasty food options selection. So the next time you’re looking for takeout or delivery for dinner, check out these delicious restaurants.   Off the Hook  11061 Los Alamitos Blvd. Los Alamitos, CA 90720 Off the Hook is a part of the Original Fish Company restaurant, and we have to see it’s the best place for a seafood meal. We’re so thankful they’re open for takeout and delivery so we can stil...
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Visit the Jurassic Quest Drive-Thru for a pre-historic experience

If we’ve learned anything from 2020, it’s that life always finds a way. So when we heard that there was a Jurassic Quest Drive-Thru experience coming to Southern California, we couldn’t be more excited. Maybe you won’t be going to crowded theme parks any time soon, but you will still get to have fun with the new craze of immersive drive-thru experiences. We’ve seen haunted themes, holiday themes, and now we’re going to be getting types of drive-thrus we would have never expected. Courtesy of...
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The Los Angeles Arts District still offers plenty to takeout to eat and drink

The Los Angeles Arts District is known for its amazing art murals upon many well-known places to eat and drink. In recent months, many of these places have had to make changes in light of the pandemic. This has meant temporary closures while remodeling their business to make it safe for their staff to work and customers to visit and take-out their food and drinks. We put together a shortlist of places to visit in this famous Downtown Los Angeles area to eat, drink, and take pictures of the marve...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles Arts District, Sponsored Content, Wurstkuche, The TEA, The TEA - Experiences, Arts District Brewing The Arts District Brewing, LA Angel City Brewing Angel City Brewing, Straw Salt


Visit the Los Angeles Dodgers Holiday Festival to celebrate the 2020 World Series Championship

It’s time for Dodgers Holidays! Celebrate with the Los Angeles Dodgers as they welcome their 2020 World Series Championship. So everyone can feel the excitement, the Dodgers are hosting a drive-thru Holiday Festival. Make the scenic drive to Dodger Stadium for a drive-thru including a light show, LED video displays, snow, and interactive displays honoring the Dodger World Series Championship. This immersive experience is open nightly from November 27th to December 24th. From 5 PM to 10 PM, you c...
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Five favorite podcasts you should start listening to

Entertainment is filled with content that you follow on television, on the radio, and in recent years, on podcasts. Podcasts began as “audio blogging” in the late 1980s, but it wasn’t until Apple’s iPod that they began to grab our attention around 2004. Now you can find podcasts focusing on subjects about everything. If you can think of it, there’s probably already a podcast on it – with more created every day. The topics about business industries, entertainment, self-help, or creative storytell...
Tags: Apple, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Cw, Cal State Fullerton, Nixon, Hollis, Clark, Richard Nixon, Jenna Fischer, Rosenbaum, Schulz, Lex Luthor, Luthor, Cathy Torrez


Cyber Monday is one click away for all your holiday shopping

Cyber Monday is known as the Black Friday for the online store world. E-Commerce is a huge industry that brings stores to your fingertips with a digital shopping experience. And with Cyber Monday just a few days away you need to know the hot items to buy at discounted prices for the 2020 holiday shopping season. What was overpriced last week is dropping just for the day for you to preorder your holiday gifts. Check out what Black Friday items are the most wanted this holiday season. Laptops, Ta...
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Tips to surviving Black Friday in 2020

Black Friday is the busiest retail time of the year. This shopping holiday got the name Black Friday because everyone would show up to the store late at night while it was pitch black to wait for stores to open with the year’s best deals and prices. But then, in recent years, things have changed. The advertisements came sooner and sooner because why have one day of low   prices when you could have a week of it? And now we’re at the point where the Black Friday promotions are lasting all month lo...
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