I was talking with a client recently about hobbies and things she loves to do. At first she couldn’t remember that she did any hobbies. But, she now recalls some fun things she used to love to do. Time to bring them back. After a few weeks of too much work and too little play Read More
The kids and I decided to try something new. I’ve never made anything with artichoke. But, we bought one. Does anyone have a good recipe made with them? I like to tell the kids when they are trying a new food, “You need to try it. Otherwise it could turn out to be your favorite Read More
I hope you all enjoyed your weekend. The weather was beautiful here. Sunday was our writer’s meeting. Sue was asking what blogs were because one of her former students wrote about her in hers. The post choked us up. The rest of her blog is wonderfully written. Amy has a real way with words. I Read More
OK, can anyone tell me what this flower is?
~Monday was biking and spring cleaning ~Tuesday we visited my grandparents a couple of states over ~Wednesday we went to the park and the nature preserve. We have been trying to teach the kids that the quieter they are and the slower they walk, the more we see. We were able to see a snake, Read More
On Spring Break with the family, pictures to come….
The sun shone and it was the warmest it’s been in five months – 68 degrees F. You couldn’t keep me inside if you tried! My Kid’s Hope kid and I did the walk program at school. The kids walk around the building for sticks, punches and shoelaces. I love to see programs that get Read More
I had the best time yesterday. Kid’s Hope had a skating party with all the kids and mentors. I put on skates for the first time in years and I was never all that great to begin with. I was good enough to teach my mentee how to skate. By the end he had enough Read More
Have a Merry Christmas everyone! I am living on a trip to visit relatives. I’ll be back around Tuesday, depending on Michigan snow storms.
Saturday, we managed to stay in most of the day. My son had a birthday party from 2-4 to attend so we stuck near by. It turned out to be a good day for one on one time. Jonathan and I played four games of Yahtzee at his request. Then while he was at the Read More
- Simplifying Not Organizing
- Questions to Help You Simplify Your Life
- Areas to Simplify
- What to Do with all the Papers
- How to Get Things Done When You Are An Emotional Wreck
- How to Get to the End of Your To Do List
- A Question to Help You Make Changes
- Choosing Your Committments
- Laziness Isn't the Problem
- What's Keeping You From Decluttering?
- Uncovering the Creative Areas
- Decluttering the Entryway
- Decluttering Cosmetics
- Piles of Magazine Clippings