Last week’s homeschool adventures brought us on a field trip to Nyack, NY where we met Dr. Rafael Caniza of Piermont Dental and got some behind the scenes action on how to take care of our pearly whites. Continue reading →
Ah, Valentine’s Day. The single Hallmark holiday that has evoked a love/hate relationship in all of us throughout life. Whether single or in a couple, it can be a doozy to get through. Today I’m going to share with you three steps to never look upon this holiday with dread again. Be free, my friends! Continue reading →
Pardon my rude title, but it’s true.
Many have fallen into this 50 Shades of Grey marketing trap and have allowed themselves to become titillated by its abusive, disturbed, controlling protagonist. These books have become so popular that “the most anticipated movie of the year” opens in theaters today based on the first in the trilogy. Before you rush to buy your ticket, I’m here to tell you this is not entertainment. This is a sly attempt to entangle you in some seriously erroneous logic. Continue reading →
Have you ever seen someone out in public who you just assumed was wealthy and as a result you felt some sort of way about them? Maybe it was their name brand clothing and accessories, or perhaps it was the car they were driving. It could be that they looked a little more refreshed than others tend to, or they just had a certain air about them. Regardless of the signs, the thought that they may be wealthy evoked some kind of visceral emotion. Inferiority? Jealousy? Anger? Who do they think they are?
If you’re like us, you love to read and find it uber important to instill that love of reading into your children. That also means you’ve probably come across a lot of books that make you want to change the words a little (or a lot) as you’re sharing them with your children. Thankfully we’ve found some books that are pretty great all on their own. Continue reading →