I was reminiscing about how much healthier I felt after force-feeding myself a bowl full of vegetables for 31 days when it occurred to me: Do it again. Duh. Also, I’ve pulled 12 recipes that I want to try out of my giant Salad Days board on Pinterest.
In which I offer a free art printable You Were Right, for use as a print or as a card. Perfect for Mother’s Day because moms, they know everything.
In which I share 7 blogs to bookmark and savor later — the writing, the photos, the personalities — some great reading experiences await.
This is an update in my Weekly Pixels series, a weekly photo project for managing my family’s digital files in lieu of printed photos. At the end of the year I will create a yearbook out of my images. Here’s what the fourth week of April looked like for us.
I used to eat Campbell’s® Condensed Soup straight from the can. No water added, no questions asked. From the time I was able to twist the can opener by myself and warm up my own bowl of soup, it never occurred to me to add water. The soup was thick, savory and tasted like home. I liked it that way, and no one could stop me or tell me different. Alexa shares my stubborn streak. Not about soup, yet. But definitely about playtime.
When you’re all keyed up and need to wind down before bed, try these three puzzle/pattern remedies to bring you down from a busy day.
This is an update in my Weekly Pixels series, a weekly photo project for managing my family’s digital files in lieu of printed photos. At the end of the year I will create a yearbook out of my images. Here’s what the third week of April looked like for us.
In which I offer a free art printable that reminds us to “hold that thought.” Hope it’s a good one. Print it out for your office or your gallery wall.
I had an opportunity to read The Selection — a Y.A. Cinderella/Bachelor hybrid based in a dystopian world — and I couldn’t resist. I love a good dystopian book, and I’ll even admit to liking the whole “being swept off your feet” storyline in fairy tales.