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A couple of weeks ago Sadie, 6, announced that she would make breakfast every day. I guess she figured since I’m not doing it, someone had to. And it might as well be her. I like that attitude. This morning … Continue reading
Get Your Kids Interested In Going Green Nearly everyone these days is interested in reducing their carbon footprint. As Americans we tend to overindulge and use and waste more than is ever necessary. While the concept of “going green” has … Continue reading
Monday night I joined a dozen or so fellow Atlantans for a meetup at a local coffee shop (that overspilled into a restaurant). We got together to meet Ryan Nicodemus and Joshua Fields Millburn of The Minimalists. It was fun. … Continue reading
One of the things that can be the most guilt inducing when you have several children is the issue of one on one time with individual children. I’ve even seen mothers of just two kids ask how to accomplish this. … Continue reading
I’m reading Pride and Prejudice. Not as fast as I’d like to, mind you. It’s the kind of book I could easily devour in one long session, with a pot of tea and a few pillows strategically arranged on the … Continue reading
Have you ever read Seth Godin’s blog? He sometimes mentions “things that are broken“. It’s all about dumb things that marketers and governments do that just don’t work. The video is fun too. As a mom, I’ve discovered plenty of … Continue reading
My almost 9 and 6 year old daughters have had a love/hate relationship for years. They would get along and play together occasionally for a few hours, maybe even a few days. But it rarely lasted. I think these two … Continue reading
About a decade ago, I read the Tightwad Gazette books. Those were the kind of books you consume, rather than just read. I took notes. Lots of them. Last week while decluttering my recipe files, I found a recipe for … Continue reading