Resolutions and objectives for accomplishing, performing better, and changing the elements of one’s life that aren’t functioning or might work better come with the new year. Of course, for readers, this means establishing a lot of objectives for what they want to read or how much time they want to devote to their reading with a new calendar in front of them. But maybe, instead of establishing some lofty objectives — or perhaps besides those lofty goals — you’re seeking for something more manageable. Consider this collection of weekly reading challenges a chance to broaden your reading horizons and cross off a variety of fresh, imaginative, and witty literary bucket list items over the following 52 weeks.
We're getting close to it's almost too late. And it was brought to my attention that not everyone wants books or book themed gifts. I told my husband that I understood those words but not in that order.
The year is coming to an end. So I figured why not share the most popular posts and why I love them. Sort of a wrap up, if you will.
Have I mentioned I'm in a love affair with Pinterest? Sad, but true. See, I love Pinterest because it gives me ideas. Sometimes, I'm bold enough to assume I can actually complete the project with decent looking results. This is one such case.
My dear, sweet 8 year old told me a joke today. I won't repeat it but it had to do with bad ghosts saying Booooooobs. He's 8. He says he heard it from one of the older kids at school. Y'all, I'm not ok and I'm not ready for my kid telling jokes like this until he's like 12.
My son's kindergarten class is hiding turkeys for thanksgiving. My son, the dinosaur addict, went with a cupcake. Not just any cupcake but a 4th of July cupcake. Because why not. We started with just the plain turkey. We got all our supplies. He colored his turkey. Then we got to covering it up. He... Continue Reading →
Who doesn't love Halloween parties? you get to dress up and be whoever you want. Throwing a party for Halloween is way more fun. And it doesn't have to cost your Christmas present budget. It just takes some creativity and you'll have a party that will be the talk of the year. At least till... Continue Reading →
A - Alarms. Start setting them a week before school starts. It makes the transition from summer to school easier. B - Backpacks. Even if you have to wear a uniform, your backpack can help showcase your personality. C - Class. Don't skip it. Go and actually try to learn something. D - Diploma. That's... Continue Reading →
Click here to show your kid's teacher some love and appreciation. Um actually I'm going to have to disagree with you here. It's important for you, as a parent, to understand what is being taught in the class. It's also important for you to know how she grades so, if you're kid fails, you know... Continue Reading →