A Day in the Life – Event Link-up

It’s here! It’s here! I cannot tell you all how excited I’ve been by all of...more

Inspiration on Monday – Introduction to Creativity

Introducing Inspiration on Monday! I’ve been teasing about Inspiration on Monday for several weeks now and I’d like to finally formally introduce y’all to this new creative link-up. Many of you...more

21 Day Sugar Reset – First Week Update

If you visited the blog last week (or follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram) then you know that today completes my first week of a 21 Day Sugar Reset (#SugarReset). I’m following along the basic rules of the 21 Day Sugar Detox with Lisa and wanted to share my week of meals as well as some initial thoughts. If you’re curious about the term “reset” rather than “detox,” we decided that it was a better word for what we’re trying to do with this experiment ....more

Blankets by Craig Thompson

Title: Blankets Author: Craig Thompson Published: 2003; Pages: 591 Genre: Graphic Memoir Rating: Stunning On Amazon | On Indiebound | On Goodreads In Short: Thompson looks back on his first teenage love affair, often using moments from his youth and his religious growth as a frame for the book. Why I Read: It’s been on my list for years because of rave blogger reviews. Part of me pleasure delayed reading it a bit ....more

Detox Diet Cleanse

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A Day in the Life – Blogger Event Annoucement

Ever since I wrote about my days in the life (as a stay at home mom and as a working mom), I’ve heard others mention that they’d like to keep track of their day. I wondered out loud (on Twitter, as one does) whether others would be interested in a link-up where everyone could submit their own days in the life. Sometimes talking on twitter can feel like talking to oneself (which I don’t always mind), but I was thrilled to have several enthusiastic responses ....more

Ten Books for Random Tidbit Lovers

I totally admit that I’m a sucker for the phrase “Did you know?” Especially when I can use it in conversation with my know-it-all husband. It’s not that we strive to be know-it-alls, but we both love random information. So much so that the family joke with my parents is to give Scott a book of random information every Christmas ....more