When the question of “playing hooky” came up, I thought about mental days health days for adults and what this means for my family.
r’s note: I am a Barely There Blogger ambassador and have received samples of products and a gift card to make a donation to World Wildlife Fund. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This month Barely There introduces Animal Prints into their Invisible Look Line. The Invisible Line look is already a comfy way […]
Each week my library hosts a drop in craft program/activity which we call Dig This…! We came up with the idea so that we could explore activities that may not neatly fall under the reading theme “Dig Into Reading” but seemed as if they would be enjoyed by lots of people, especially since these activities […]
Throughout my day as library chick and my evenings as social media gal I use a variety of tools to document my happenings. I Instagram (take an instant photo of) the activity or create a quick Tout (a 15 second video ) of the action. A few months ago when Vine came on the scene […]
Dairy free treats that The Bee and I can both enjoy are rare. So I was happy to be sent a sample of Almondina biscuits. These biscuits are light and crunchy. Almondina cookies are described as “delicious cookies without the guilt” and they live up to the promise. I was sent six varieties to sample […]
The last few weeks found me in a place I thought was behind me. Days felt extra long, each task felt like I was completing it while under water and stuck in muck. It would take everything to get “it” together, often taking hours for me to leave the house. I was battling a bought […]
Just in time for summer Kathleen M. Wainwright presents an ode to summers past. Summer in the City is Kathleen’s first book and based on her experiences as a young child growing up in and around the Philadelphia area. Before the days of instant streaming, smart phones and extensive video […]