Before you can add a corncob pipe, a button nose and two eyes made out of coal, you have to build a snowman that stands, so here are a few tips to help you get started.
While it seems like building a snowman should be child’s play, if you don’t use the right type of snow or have enough of it, it can turn into one frustrating project. So before the snow falls and you’re heading outside for winter’s play, brush up on your snowman building skills to insure that this will be a fun family activity for all of you.

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Snow has long proven to be like an addictive drug to many of us. We’re essentially ‘snow users.’ We spend lots of money to acquire it, we travel long distances to be with it, we shamelessly indulge in it, and many of us are clearly addicted to it. Given all the snow attributes we share, we should know a little bit more about the stuff.

#1 = World’s Largest Snowflake

The world’s largest snowflake was reported to be 15 inches across and 8 inches thick. The Guinness Book of World Records states that this
Paris is the “City of Love,” so why not combine the love of Paris with the love of that special someone? The Eiffel Tower is the embodiment of all things Parisian, and not to mention, the perfect backdrop to a perfect kiss with your perfect love. No wonder it's the perfect bucket list activity, too.
Charity runs are a great way to get fit and raise money for a cause that is close to your heart. People take part in charity runs for a variety of reasons. Some do it to raise money, others to challenge themselves and beat their personal best while for many it’s an opportunity for them to get fit. I personally do it for all three reasons. But no matter what your motivation may be, everyone agrees that charity runs are extremely fun!
But the prospect of running for long distances can be quite daunting for newcomers. So here are five reaso