Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is in the kitchen making a fun and colorful treat, rainbow fudge! It all starts with combining white chocolate, butter and tweeted condensed milk. Once mixed, freeze until solid.
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Lily Mae Harrington
Actress Lily Mae Harrington visits Home & Family to talk about her new movie, “Some Freaks,” which you can catch in theaters now. In the movie, Lily plays the character of Jill. She even shares that she lost over 50 pounds in a span of six months, between breaks of filming.
DIY Cell Phone Charms
Orly Shani is showing you how easy it is to update your phone’s look with this creative DIY. All you need is a cell phone case, mini-suction cups and charms. Just make sure you use a cell phone case that has a flat surface.
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The Right Hair Color for Your Skin Tone
Celebrity hair colorist Michael Canale is giving you some inside tips on how to find the right hair color for your skin tone. He says pay attention to your eye color, to help determine what hair color you should choose. Paper thin highlights will also help make your eyes stand out.
Physical therapist Dr. Amy McGorry sits down with Home & Family to talk about backpack safety. She explains that heavy backpacks can lead to stress in the spine and joints. Backpacks should sit two inches below your waistline and should weigh no more than 10%-15% of your body weight.
Nutritionist Alexandra Catalano is taking everyday pantry items and turning them into fun recipes. This includes turning coconut oil into honey body butter. She also takes chia seeds to make munchie morning porridge and raw cacao powder to put into her sweet potato brownies.
Actress Masiela Lusha visits Home & Family to talk about her upcoming SyFy movie, “Sharknado 5: Global Swarming,” which premieres August 6th at 8/7c. The actress opens up about what it was like performing her own stunts for the movie, a first for her. She also works close with Uncommon Good, her charity that mentors kids into college.
DIY Wooden Christmas Tree
Ken Wingard is taking leftover materials from past DIYs and turning them into a fun holiday DIY, a wooden Christmas tree. Using Ken’s directions, you can make the tree at any size. Once you are done, you can hang the tree indoors or outdoors.
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
The Importance of Life Insurance
Senior Vice President of Physicians Mutual Bob Gunia explains the importance of life insurance. This includes knowing that life insurance can help pay final expenses or leave a legacy for your children. It is also important to remember that the type and amount of life insurance you need can change over time. Finally, let your family know where you keep your life insurance policy.
Fresh New Zealand Seafood Pasta
Chef and owner of Aroha Restaurant, Gwithyen Thomas is in the kitchen preparing a mouth-watering New Zealand seafood pasta. You can find local and fresh seafood at your grocery store. Once you are finished with the pasta, he recommends pairing it with a nice riesling wine.
DIY Bicycle Chalkboard Calendar
Paige Hemmis is taking a bicycle wheel (without the tire), plywood, hot glue, chalkboard and sticker labels and turning it into a calendar! Using your sticker labels, mark the days of the week and make special notes on your calendar.
Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com