Chrissy Metz Interview
The actress visits Home & Family for the first time to talk about her new NBC series, “This is Us” which is getting rave reviews from viewers and critics. The drama airs Tuesdays, at 9/8c. Before getting into acting and being discovered in a talent search competition, Chrissy made her living as a pre-school teacher.
DIY Projector Fashion
Orly Shani is introducing you to the Silhouette app that you can download to your phone and help you with this fashionable DIY. It is best to use a simple photo to make this DIY work. Remember to heat-set the fabric prior to first washing it.
Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Skinny Sweet Potato Donut Bites
The author of “Sneaky Chef,” Missy Chase Lapine is in the Home & Family kitchen cooking a delicious appetizers, sweet potato donut bites. After your done baking the donuts, she recommends dusting them with raw sugar and/or cinnamon for an extra sweet touch.
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Kym Douglas is here to talk about the latest beauty trend, micro-blading. She is also joined by Jessica Canseco from Beauty Park Medical Spa, who demonstrates how micro-blading works.
Jay Ferguson Interview
The actor sits down with Debbie and guest host, Matt Iseman to talk about the return of his ABC comedy, “The Real O’Neals,” which has its season premiere October 11th at 9:30/8:30c.
Guide to Cohabitation
Matt Iseman is here to give men tips on how to adjust your living space when your partner moves in. He even includes some clever proposal ideas in the mix.
Getting Ready for Colder Weather
Rachel Hollis is getting you ready for colder weather by recommending to change out pillows, pick up more firewood and use mason jars to store your matches, kindling and paper.
Embarrassing Parenting Stories
Today’s Home & Family roundtable has the parents of the show sharing their most embarrassing parenting stories with each other.
Managing Innate Behaviors
Celebrity animal trainer and author of “Lucky Dog Lessons,” Brandon McMillan talks about life growing up in a real life circus. He opens up about dealing with dog’s innate behavior and even offers some training tips.