Update, what’s going on. Part 1.

It’s been a long time since I last updated you on what is going on in my life. It’s still rough. E finished his seventh grade year in public school. He could not get past only 15 minutes in a single math class. He has gone from the advanced group to the below average one. […]

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5 Self Care Ideas for December

Holiday Season is such a busy time.  Kids have school projects coming due.  There are band concerts and chorus shows to attend.  Have you got all your baking done yet?  Then the meal planning and the visiting schedule have yet to be worked out.  Oh, and how are those resolutions coming along?  It never ends […]

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Life Update

Life happens.  I think my life is happening a little too much at the moment.  I had to take some time off due to events.  I can’t seem to catch a break or relax enough.  Right now I do what needs to be done, then I just can’t do anymore.  I just listen to music […]

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Your Summer to Do List

Need a list to check off for Summertime fun?  Well, look no further than this post!  Here is a little help in filling those long summer days. Go Paddle boarding Go Kayaking Lay in a Hammock Go on a boat trip Eat outside (a lot)! Snorkel Have a picnic Garden Watch Fireworks Hang out on […]

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Basic Toiletries For Your Emergency Kit.

1. Feminine Hygiene Products. Include enough for a few months.  These products can be used for so many different things other than what their original purpose is. 2. Teeth Care. Be basic. Toothpaste and floss. 3. Brush. These can be small and compact. 4. Soap. A multipurpose and anti-bacterial bar would be great. 5. Shampoo. […]

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5 Manners 4 Kids

It’s time to revisit manners for kids again! Here is April’s list of manners to know. 1. How to lose graciously. This idea for manners has really taken a beating lately hasn’t it? Winning has become everything. The only thing. I get it.  We all want to be winners.  It feels so good to win. […]

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The Last Part… To Be Continued Pt. 3

When my phone rang on a very windy, snowy weekday I expected to hear my son on the other end crying or begging me to come.  It wasn’t.  It was one of the therapists telling me they were going to discharge my son from the program. What?  It was only five days! We removed him […]

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