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Celebrate the Sweet Things in Life

Dec 14, 2015 03:43AM, Published by Family Features, Categories: Family Features, Family Features Lifestyle




Day-to-day life is filled with one activity after another, from work meetings and school functions to play dates and sporting events. Schedules are busy, to-do lists are long, and life starts flying by all too quickly.

There are moments when it's time to block out all the distractions, to slow things down and enjoy the sweet, simple occurrences of everyday life. Even for just a little while.

"There are countless moments in life worth celebrating - from big events like birthdays to small successes, such as an A-plus report card," said Courtney Erickson, Associate Marketing Manager for Shopper Marketing at Rich Products Corporation. "Enjoying those 'everyday' moments is what makes life extra sweet."

Try these celebration tips from Rich's to help create lasting memories:

Keep It Simple - A celebration of a certain occasion doesn't have to be an elaborate party. Something special, but ordinary - like a movie night or extra hour of playtime outside - can make for some of the best memories.

Serve Up Sweet Treats - Nothing says "congratulations," "good job," or "happy birthday" like a delicious dessert. A tasty (and adorable) option is the Peanuts Everyday Ice Cream Cake created by Peanuts and Rich's. The cake, which is especially relevant thanks to the release of "The Peanuts Movie," is a fun ode to the iconic comic strip that ignites nostalgia among adults and excites young children. The rich chocolate ice cream is layered with vanilla crunchies and topped with creamy icing - a triple threat of ingredients that will serve up sweetness in every bite. Plus, young and old alike can't help but smile at the familiar scene depicted on top: Snoopy as the famous World War I Flying Ace - wearing his iconic red scarf and aviator's hat - perched atop his dog house, with his pal Woodstock at his side.

Together Is Better - It's who you're with, not what you do, that makes celebrating extra special. Everyday moments are made sweeter thanks to those you enjoy them with.

The Peanuts Everyday Ice Cream Cake can be found in freezer aisles and in-store bakery freezer cases across the country. To find a store near you, visit iloveicecreamcakes.com.

Sponsored by Rich Products Corporation



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