For most of us, it currently feels like a never ending worry stream is running through our brains, getting bigger and stronger with every corona virus filled day that passes. Everyone seems to be finding their own coping mechanisms, but … Continue reading Keep Your Strength Up with Meals from These Awesome Online Foodies
I am not someone who gets super into celebrating new years. I can’t remember feeling particularly excited about any new year’s eve past and I don’t think I’ve ever even made a meaningful resolution, but the hype surrounding this shiny … Continue reading Bringing Magic into the New Year!
My summer is over and school is starting again. This is a sad time of year for me and most of the teachers I know. I’ve decided to distract myself from all the back to school stress by compiling this … Continue reading 4 Funny Teacher TV Shows Giving me Back to School Motivation
Matt Zurbo is a children’s author and new father from Tasmania, Australia. When his daughter Cielo was born, Zurbo decided to honour her by tackling an impressive writing challenge. Since August 15 2018, he has written and published a children’s … Continue reading This Author Has Written a Story a Day For The Past Year and The Reasons Why Are Beautiful
As a mom and a teacher, I love learning about witty children’s books that I can read with my son and my students. In a post I wrote back in December, I shared some gift giving ideas for those who … Continue reading 3 Reasons I’m Excited to Read Jimmy Kimmel’s New Kid’s Book
I haven’t thought about Monica Lewinsky in like 20 years. Recently though, I saw an interview with her on Last Week Tonight that opened my eyes to the painful public shaming that she dealt with after her affair with president, … Continue reading
I learned about Paul Selig through his appearances on some of my favourite podcasts. He is a spiritual channel, a vehicle for sharing powerful words of love that come to him from other-worldly sources. To be clear, I am new … Continue reading