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Fake Resting No More
Recently I was having coffee with a dear friend, when she mentioned she was reading the book, Present over Perfect by Shauna Niequist. Since she was not the first person to mention it to me, I asked her a little bit about it. Immediately she started talking about the idea of fake-resting.
Love Bugs: A Mini Valentine’s Day Craft
Valentine’s Day is getting close guys, and to tell you the truth, it is my absolute most favorite holiday!! (Like, more than Christmas!) I love all the heart shaped candies, the flowers, and all the red and pink colors, but my most favorite thing is watching my kids get home from school with all their Valentine’s Day snacks and treats! It is truly heart warming for them to feel so much love and kindness from their class room friends and teachers.
If You’re Sick, STAY HOME!
I don’t consider myself a germaphobe. I believe the right amount of germs helps build a strong immune system (blah, blah, blah). I also believe I have a job to go to and who wants a sick kid or sick husband? I am out on that.
12 Time-Hopping Period Dramas for Modern Women
All of my favorite books, movies, and TV shows have one thing in common: they’re old. Some of them were written hundreds of years ago, while others are new stories set in the past. And while we often think of oppression and repression when the words “history” and women” are thrown together, there is no shortage of literature detailing the strength of females and their contributions to society, acknowledged or not, throughout the years.
Make a Pact Not To Say These Words To Your Friends In 2018
It’s now the year 2018. A revolution is coming. A movement, in fact, where we no longer throw out empty words. Words such as “Let me know if you need anything?” or “Is there is anything I can do?” when a friend is in need. We all know where those words end up. They fall on deaf ears.