Dear diary

Dear diary

Childhood diaries are always depicted as the tool of brooding, angry, angst-filled goth girls; more Heathers than Clueless. Personally, my own first journal was filled with a lot lighter fare. And a whole lot of bad rhyming poetry and original song lyrics....
Moop, there it is!

Moop, there it is!

In the summer, I tend to let my handbags go a little more casual and a little less structured. Messenger bags can do the trick, but frankly, I don’t want to look like a messenger. [don’t miss the giveaway after the jump!] That’s where Moop comes in....
A girls’ guide to middle school mojo

A girls’ guide to middle school mojo

We’re heading into our second year of middle school, here, and it’s been… interesting. It’s definitely a whole different ballgame than elementary school, particularly for girls, who tend to morph into social piranhas pretty early. Is your...
Spotting bargains across the pond

Spotting bargains across the pond

Most of the online shopping I do at UK shops is of the window variety. As in, browsing only, do not pass go, do not add to my cart, do not pay international shipping. But sometimes I stumble on a sale so good, it makes it worth it to do more than drool. At the...
Give it a wrist

Give it a wrist

Last week, I went on a tear searching for sugarless alternatives for my kids’ Easter baskets, to make up for the caloric annual care package from my inlaws.. For my oldest daughter, I was so glad to have discovered the sweet handmade felt wristlets from...
Easy Readers

Easy Readers

Even though I homeschool, I’m more than okay with farming out some subjects. Especially if my kids will do them happily on their own, instead of fighting with me for an hour. So, when Headsprout asked if my five year-old beginner reader would like to test out...

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