A couple of days ago, Cate asked if she could play with play dough. No problem. It’s a great tactile toy and a wonderful way to keep kids entertained. Yes, it does make a bit of a mess, but unlike plasticine, play dough will dry into little solid bits and you can vacuum it up. […]Read More Rehydrating Play Dough
You may have caught my post about buying e-books and helping out a family in need. As I mentioned, one of the e-books was Tsh Oxenreider’s One Bite at a Time. The book presents 52 bite-sized ideas that will help you to simplify your life. I am starting with Project 35: Declutter Your Wardrobe (and […]Read More Bite 35: Declutter Your Wardrobe
I have a couple of meaty posts that I am dying to get out of my system, but due to the tyranny of the immediate they will have to wait for now. A few days ago I opened the cupboard door and saw this. Just two pieces of paper, very plain and simple, nothing really […]Read More It ain’t pretty…but it works
One of the catchiest, most introspective, coolest pop songs released in the last couple of years is Goyte’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”. Even I, who am woefully behind the times when is comes to pop culture, have heard of this chap from Australia (who seems like a genuinely nice person, which is always […]Read More Goyte Covers
Now here’s a chance to do something good for someone while scoring some very cool e-books. The Tuesday post on Simple Mom features the Barlow family, who just recently lost their husband/father. As you can see from the photo above the Barlow’s have five children, aged 9 months to 11 years old. Their mom, Jenny, […]Read More Help a family, snag some e-books!