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January 27, 2021

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Tips and Tricks for Survival at Home – Have Family Dance Parties

In early March 2020, I shared a few tips and tricks for surviving at home. Almost 11 months later, who knew we’d be spending so much time at home (and indoors, during these cold winter months)!? We’ve had to get so creative with how we spend our time with 4 (almost 5) kids in 1,150 square feet; I think I’ve purchased every board game and puzzle I’ve seen in thrift stores. Today I’m sharing another tip for surviving at home, one that we’ve relied on extensively this past year!

Tips and Tricks for Survival at Home – Tip 3: Have family dance parties. Find music your family LOVES dancing to, and then just dance.

We’ve always loved our family dance parties, and they happen more often than not these days. In the living room, in the dining room, in the kitchen, in my bedroom. Everywhere. Our newest favorite music to listen to is GoNoodle’s new CD, Best Of GoNoodle. We’ve listened every day since getting the CD (their music is also available on all major streaming platforms), and the entire family cannot resist joining in. Our favorite songs are Peanut Butter in a Cup and Never Eat Soggy Waffles!

What I love most about the GoNoodle songs is it gets us all moving and the kids are getting a workout and expending so much energy. During these cold winter months it’s hard to get them ALL outside for a while, so I’m thankful for this fun music they WANT to dance to for hours. You can grab the Best of GoNoodle CD, which is available in stores!

Our dance parties typically happen in that dead space between lunch and dinner, while we’re waiting for dinner to finish and everyone’s just ready to do something fun. Do you have dance parties with your kids? What have you been doing to survive at home?

Major audio streaming platforms also offer GoNoodle music! Just do a search and you can dance on the go!

Check out the new GoNoodle Best of CD in stores and online now at https://gonoodle.lnk.to/BestOf

To read more about GoNoodle check out their website here: https://www.gonoodle.com/

Sponsor Note: Although this post was sponsored by GoNoodle, all content, words, and ideas are my own. Thanks for supporting the partnerships that help keep this blog running.

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