This month I read four books which sounds really impressive (for me) but tbh, two of them were short stories and one of them gave me that point of no return feeling in the middle of the night that resulted in me staying up until 2 in the morning to finish it, so... Make of … Continue reading January Reads | 2 Short Stories, 1 Tear Jerker and an Austen Inspired Novel to Stay Up Too Late Reading
Anybody else just absolutely ready for the weekend? This week has been a test of patience for me - and also a test of my ability to determine how injured people are, how slippery that sidewalk is and how many minutes it takes to scrape frost off my car windows. Basically it's January. Before we … Continue reading 6 Links For The Weekend
The theme for this week's Top 5 Tuesday is series books that you want to read this year for the first time. Keeping with my theme of reading books I already own but haven't read, here are five 'first in a series' books that are either sitting on my bookshelf or on my kindle. Okay, … Continue reading Top 5 Series I Want To Start This Year
It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. It’s a great post to organise yourself. It’s an opportunity to visit and comment, and er… add to that ever growing TBR pile! So welcome in everyone. This … Continue reading It’s Monday: What Are You Reading?
I have a love / hate relationship with the snow but letsbehonest, it's mostly the hating part. Don't get me wrong - it all starts out fine: You look outside and see those white fluffy balls of magic falling and oh yeah, it's pretty great. Your Inner Olaf is there for it. The ground gets … Continue reading The 7 Stages of a Snow Day
Nothing to see here: just a girl and her midliners making a vacation binder full of budget estimates, itineraries and park maps. Raise your hand if you are a binder kind of girl? Page dividers? Multicolored midliners for further clarification? Spreadsheets??? Oh baby, right? On a related note: Who here has been to Universal Studios … Continue reading VACATION PLANNING? I have binders full of vacations.
A lot of my friends and family back in the Northeast are struggling through another snow day right now. My own little monsters sweet angels just went back to school yesterday, so even though I'm happily enjoying the sweet sounds of silence right now, I can vividly recall Jen of Two Days Ago wondering if … Continue reading 4 apps to keep your brain from melting.
Last year I created a vision board to set the tone for my year. Like every other blogger, I created a mantra / word for the year to go along with it: LESS IS MORE. I know it's more than one word, but you get the idea. Here are some of the things I wanted … Continue reading My 2018 Vision Board.
I've been doing these family interviews with the kids for several years now. When we started BB wasn't old enough to write and honestly wasn't old enough to answer! When she was two I gave her multiple choice options and let her pick her "favorite" that way. This year that little girl is eight years … Continue reading Family Interviews for the New Year (With a Free Printable)