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Why You Need More Play in Your Day & How We Help (for FREE)

Why You Need More Play in Your Day & How We Help (for FREE)

Happy memories to make good times glue at pool with friends

Hard work builds character; good times create memories that are the glue for a close-knit family and crew of friends.

three children laughing in backseat of car on road trip

We share ideas to inspire more play in your every day to help you create good times – the glue that binds family & friends.

Adding more play to your day doesn’t require a lot of effort or money. It does require forethought and a little organization. It is our goal to offer ideas, themes and inspiration to help you plug in to celebrations that are already going on nationally around the world.

You can go big – or go small. How much you celebrate is up to you. We give you a reason (a theme) with a ton of ideas and you take it from there. Use one or ten of our suggestions, or use the theme as a springboard for your own creativity.

Add Good Times Glue to your relationships these easy ways:

  • daily holidays & national day of celebrations
  • national food of the day recipes
  • playtime themes & tips for all ages – even adults
  • binge-watch your favorite movie or TV series with your crew
  • family night ideas
  • seasonal holiday ideas
  • party planning tutorials
  • top party plans for adults and children by party theme

How we make it easy for you:

We know that resources for fun can fluctuate.

  • when families face limited funds, “fun money” is always the first to go
  • there are times when our to-do list is longer than hours in the day
  • we all have days when we’re ill or too exhausted to invest energy into our playtime or party project
  • but then there are times we have milestone occasions and want to have the ultimate party or family celebration

We show alternatives for limited budgets, limited time investment, limited creativity/cooking skills, and limited energy all the way to making-dreams-come-true – with everything in between.

More play in your day creates happy memories, the glue that binds family and friends. We have proof and make it easy for you to add Good Times Glue to your day. 1
What kind of M&Ms cake would you like for your party?

We offer options for every playtime or party theme so you can pick and choose what’s right for you.

  • {cheap} party ideas and freebies for the budget conscious
  • {fast and easy} party tips for when you’re short on time and energy
  • over-the-moon ideas for when you’re ready to {GO BIG}

We don’t just share ideas and leave you hanging – we make it easy to follow those ideas.

All the cheap, fast & easy, and GO BIG options include step-by-step tutorials to keep it easy.

We show you how to do it right the first time so you can enjoy your preparation time, too.

We include links to projects and tips from pros who know so you can have confidence when you take on a new idea.

We share products from people and stores that have a good reputation so you can rest assured that you will receive your items when you need them. (You want to celebrate Oscar the Grouch’s birthday on the day, so of course you need that t-shirt with his unsmiling face by June 1st.)

How we know putting more play in your day works:

When my 3 kids were young, I planned hundreds of themed playtime, holiday and party days.

Today they are millenials – all adults.

The Good Times Glue continues to bring us together to celebrate all the seasonal holidays.

And whenever we get together we spend our time reminiscing and laughing about the crazy things we’ve done.

The best part of all? My adult children are choosing to spending time together – just them and their friends – for special events and trips.

They are applying Good Times Glue to new relationships and creating more happy memories that will last their lifetime.

My 3 kids at Universal Studios Wizarding World of Harry Potter with a friend
My daughter, 2 sons and a friend visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios – in their robes, of course.

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