Back in about 2008 when researching green ideas for our local Kinette club I unexpectedly came across the Boogie Board. And not the kind of Boogie Board you are thinking.
When I was in high school I loved math. I could not get enough of it. I got such a thrill out of solving math equations and problems that I even considered attending a summer math camp. But I knew that would not be feasible considering I had a summer job lined up at my…
Sometimes relaxation techniques are not enough to get you through an anxiety attack. Sometimes meditation is not for you. Sometimes soothing music just does not calm you down. If you have tried everything you can think of to help lessen your anxiety, maybe it is time to seek alternatives.
Have you ever been handed an opportunity in an elevator?
They say everything happens for a reason. I truly believe it.
You know the saying “first world problems?” I am quite sure you have heard it somewhere whether it be on social media or in your real life conversations. If you are on Twitter there is even a hashtag you can follow: #firstworldproblems.
Anyway, I may have a few first world problems but last night I realized that I have a few stay-at-home mom problems.
What can these stay-at-home mom problems be you ask?
In one of the blogging groups I belong to a plea was made by Call Me Hannah’s mom to join in on the Free The Children’s We Scare Hunger Campaign.
I immediately went to the website to take a look at what We Scare Hunger is all about.
Blissdom Canada has had a profound impact on me and my life.
I want to share with you the many special nuggets of wisdom I learned and sweet moments I experienced while I was at the conference.
Blissdom felt like coming home. I was in my element. I was with people who understood me and embraced me wholeheartedly, faults and all.
Be That Mom promises to ignite the inner passions every woman has and help organize her life to make her home run more smoothly. Each chapter (and there are 12 of them) is filled with tons of great tips and tricks Tina has learned through her own experiences as being a wife and mother of three.
Our summer vacation this year was much like last years, yet not really. The are a little older and a wee bit taller. New places were explored, and old places rediscovered. Overall, it was a great getaway for all of us.