High school study halls: “holding tanks” or the key to a balanced education?
Archives for September 2011
via thepioneerwoman.com As with just about every other post at The Pioneer Woman, the picture says it all. This adorable, easy craft would make a sweet teacher gift (imagine a bouquet of pencils displayed in an old mason jar). Read the full post at Pioneer Woman Homeschooling: Duct Tape Flower Pencils Related: Favorite teacher gifts: parents […]
Tracy, inventor of a thousand hacks (or at least it seems that way!), is finally stumped! Let’s give her a hand. The challenge: storing and displaying little girls’ necklaces.
Amy’s hack will comfort the needle-and-thread phobic among us all, and save time and sore fingers.
Adorable + functional: my favorite combination.
I’m on a quest to rid our house of clutter. (I always seem to be on this quest, but no matter.) And the constant inflow of junk mail and the waste it produces aggravates me every day. California-based nonprofit Catalog Choice can help.
Carrie already sounds way more organized than I am even BEFORE she came up with this: a clever hack for highlighting seasonal and holiday books.
Parent Hacks has a new look! Given that the original design was a pre-fab TypePad template I hacked together during my kids’ holiday break in 2005, it’s about time, don’t you think?
Shopping for kids clothing takes equal parts of preparation and endurance. In my latest post at The Accidental Expert, I share my top 10 tips for streamlining the process. As always, my tips are a starting point. Share yours for a chance to win a $150 Old Navy gift card! For details on how to […]
Connie passed along a homework technique she and her niece devised to make papers easier to read and correct: My older niece likes to check over her homework when she's done. When it's something like matching words to their definitions or word search, she often has trouble following the lines she's drawn to make sure […]