Friday, June 29, 2012

I Love Scentsy

If you love Scentsy, you are going to love my friend Rhonda Lyles ' new website .

Scentsy is a great way to get the benefit of scented candles without the danger of an open flame. These are scented wax cubes that are melted in beautiful holders that use the heat of a light bulb to melt the wax and release the scent.

They have so many scents to choose from it may be difficult to make up your mind which one you want, so get them all. They also have a wonderful line of shower gels so you can "wear" your favorite Scentsy scent.

You can also host a Scentsy party in your home or business through my good friend Rhonda Lyles and get tons of free products and prizes. Rhonda's contact information is on her website

I hope you will visit her site and see if Scentsy is for you. Have fun shopping, that's what I'll be doing

Friday, June 8, 2012

Wondeful Things in Central New Jersey

I came across this link to Central New Jersey a few days ago. There are so many wonderful things to do there as it relates to Courageous Designs.

There is the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick. The Center for Latino Arts & Culture at Rutgers University also in New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Cultural Center in New Brunswick. The Raice Cultural Center in New Brunswick. The Alfa Art Gallery in New Brunswick. King Wood Art in Monroe. Through the Moongate in Highland Park. The Arts Guild New Jersey in Rahway. coLAB Arts in New Brunswick.

And if that wasn't enough there is also Museum of the American - Hungarian Foundation in New Brunswick. Sperry Observatory in Cranford. Rutgers Geology Museum in New Brunswick. Raritan Valley Community College Planetarium in North Branch. Robert A. Schommer Observatory in Piscataway. The Model Railroad Club in Union. The Rutgers Gardens in New Brunswick. The Children’s Museum of Somerset County in Bridgewater.

There are also many wonderful Historical Sites and tours to go on. You can see how people lived in the 18th and 19th centuries at the East Jersey Olde Towne Village located in Piscataway. You can see beautiful period furniture and historical architectural details at the Cornelius Low House located in Piscataway.
Built in 1741 as the home of a wealthy merchant of Dutch ancestry, this two-story stone house is now the Middlesex County Museum, presenting changing exhibits about state and local history, with related school, outreach, and public programs. There are too many places to go into full detail here are a few. Bucceleuch Mansion - New Brunswick. Oak Tree Pond Historic Park - Edison. Old Colonial Cemetery - Metuchen. Saint Peters Church - Perth Amboy. Bill of Rights Arch Public Square - Perth Amboy. Metlar - Bodine House - Piscataway . Ferry Slip - Perth Amboy. The Buckelew House - Jamesburg. Edison Memorial Tower and Menlo Park Museum - Edison. Kearny Cottage - Perth Amboy. The Cranbury Museum - Cranbury. The Cranbury History Center - Cranbury. The Cranbury Inn - Cranbury. East Brunswick Museum - East Brunswick. New Jersey Museum of Agriculture - New Brunswick. Rockingham State Historical Site - Kingston. The Proprietary House - Perth Amboy. Drake House Museum - Plainfield. Liberty Hall Museum - Union. Longstreet Farm - Holmdel. Miller-Cory House Museum - Westfield. Vietnam Era Educational Center - Holmdel. There are so many other places it is too voluminous to mention them all.

I am going to start planning my vacation now. I can't wait to see these exciting places in Central New Jersey.