Bring your inner child out to play
Who says kids have all the fun? This year, Gen X and Boomers will be all over playful pastimes like indoor swings, useful crafts and fairy bedroom ideas. Because crafts and toys keep the big kids young at heart.
Adulting is hard. That’s why creator Amanda Kingloff says to give yourself a break—or perhaps a recess. This author and stylist shares out-of-the-box crafts that are equal parts chic and child-friendly. Follow Amanda for a daily reminder on the importance of play.
“When’s the last time you jumped in a bouncy house? This year, I see our inner children coming out to play with arts and crafts and, of course, the occasional fairy-themed party.”
Adults just want to have fun! Lean into childhood favorites to encourage summer camp revivals, craft-making parties or video game marathons.
Get people excited about action and adventure flicks coming soon, like remakes or long-awaited sequels. Action figures aren’t just for kids.
Who doesn't love hot chocolate or school-day snacks? Give people permission to act like a kid and take a grown-up twist on childhood favorites.