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Vegetable & Flower Power

Vegetable & Flower Power

Planting flowers in your yard will help provide bees with forage, but don’t forget about vegetables.  With the current concerns about Covid-19, school and work closures, and mandated social distancing, why not save yourself a trip to the grocery store by growing some of your own produce?  Planting a home garden provides many benefits to both you and the planet – and what a great way to create a sustainability lesson. Spring is a great time to get started! Good soil, sunshine, water, and a little bit of care is all you need to grow delicious food for the whole...

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Mikaila Goes to Washington to Advocate for Youth Entrepreneurship

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Mikaila Goes to Washington to Advocate for Youth Entrepreneurship

In February, I served as a panelist for the “Briefing on Entrepreneurship Education: Ignite the Entrepreneurial Spirit!” As an alum for the Lemonade Day program, I was honored to advocate for programs that encourage budding entrepreneurs. New York Congresswoman, Grace Meng introduced H.r. 5253, the 21st Century Entrepreneurship Act, which looks to expand entrepreneurship programs to equip young people with the tools to become successful entrepreneurs. Interested in learning more?  It was an honor traveling to Washington DC and speaking on behalf of all current and future youth entrepreneurs in the U.S. A. I truly believe that learning about business early...

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Hand-Made Hand-Sani and Other Lemony Cleaning Recipes

Hand-Made Hand-Sani and Other Lemony Cleaning Recipes

Keep clean with easy-to-make hand-sanitizer! There’s nothing better than a good old-fashioned hand scrubbing to prevent the spread of germs and viruses, but if soap and water aren’t available, an alcohol-based hand sanitizer works wonders. You can also clean house with yummy-smelling, non-toxic products (non-toxic products are free of pesticides that do harm to our bees and taint our crops. Check out these easy-to-make recipes:   Hand-Made Hand-Sani The point of sanitizing your hands is to make them clean as a whistle. So when making your hand-sani at home, make sure your space and countertops are clean, wash your hands...

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DIY Bottle Cap Magnets

DIY Bottle Cap Magnets

Go For Seconds: There are so many fun ways to reuse items around your house. Check out our DIY project on how to make your own refrigerator magnets out of your Me & the Bees Lemonade caps.  This project transforms a boring refrigerator, chalk board or locker into a work of art.   DIY: Easy to Follow Instructions Templates:  Colorful Earth Day Magnets or Fun Honey Bee Magnets  

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Get Buzzy

Get Buzzy

  Earth day word search puzzles, coloring pages and DIY magnets are fun and educational ways to celebrate Earth day.  By downloading and completing any of the activities below, you can lean strengthen vocabulary, learn new colors, create cool magnet all the while reminding us what makes our plant so special.  Click and download one or all three activities.    Coloring Pages Earth Day 4 Ways to Help Love the Earth Word Search Earth Day Word Search DIY Magnet Project Colorful Earth Day Magnets Earth Day Magnets

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Stuck in the House? How I am Surviving and Thriving

Stuck in the House? How I am Surviving and Thriving

Seeing COVID-19 cases rise globally, not attending school and staying away from friends can be tough. But it's also a great time to reflect, self-improve, and try something new! There are so many resources and companies dedicated to making your time in quarantine worth-while, so here are my top recommendations of things y’all should check out. Let’s get started! 1. Take a free online course! It’s awesome learning a new skill for free! Recently I’ve taken Stock Investing and Digital Illustration courses and I’m super excited to continue learning! I’m giving a huge thanks to Brit + Co’s online classes...

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Spring Has Sprung Crossword Puzzle

Spring Has Sprung Crossword Puzzle

  Now that spring has sprung, the flowers are blooming and bees buzzing. If you have a little cabin fever like many of us these days, help grow your child's vocabulary while passing through these challenging times. Kids can complete the crossword puzzle below for words related to spring and bees!  Click here to download the puzzle today

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The Springtime Buzz on Bees

The Springtime Buzz on Bees

Did you know that there are over 20,000 species of bees? When it comes to honeybees. springtime is the most important time the of year. Let me fill you in on the buzz. After braving the winter cold and living off stored honey, bees are in need of a new springtime food supply and a push to increase their population. Spring brings the queen’s mating and egg production season to lay more drone and worker bee eggs. There are also more jobs being allocated to workers, including nursing, guarding the hive, building more wax, and regulating hive temperature.  There are even workers whose jobs are to liquefy thick honey from the winter. Pretty cool, right? Once spring turns to summer, the bees have...

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Love Is In the Air

Love Is In the Air

pr Love is in the air in February and many sweet gifts are made from the pollination of honeybees including ingredients in our me & the bees lemonade bottles. From strawberries to cherries to sunflowers you can thank the honeybee.  Sadly, the bee population is dwindling more and more each year. Last year was the highest winter loss of bees since 2006. The world as we know it would not exist if the honeybees didn’t pollinate all that they do. It’s important to do your part to save the bees! I donate 10% of the profit from the sale of...

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#BlackHistoryMonth: Celebrating Marie Maynard Daly

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#BlackHistoryMonth:  Celebrating Marie Maynard Daly

I am excited to shine the spotlight on one of the most prominent black biochemists in the 20th century for Black History Month. Marie Maynard Daly was the first Black American woman in the U.S. to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry from Columbia University! Ms. Daly conducted important research on cholesterol, sugars, and proteins. She also worked hard to increase the enrollment of minority students in medical school. She is a role model to many young scientists and females dreaming to make the world a better place! To learn more about Ms. Daly and others for Black History Month, click...

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7 DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS CELEBRATION!

It's my birthday and I've always thought it's better to give than to receive!!

So, as a token of my appreciation,  I am celebrating by giving back to you.  Join in on the fun. #MikailaTurns13

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