The pumpkins are carved, the spider webs are up, and the costumes are squared away.You know what? It doesn’t matter!
Archives for October 2011
Lots of you love this coffee machine and buy your K-Cup refills using Amazon Subscribe & Save, so I thought you might appreciate a heads-up about this deal. Discount ends October 29, 2011.
The raffle has ended. We are proud (and very grateful) — we raised $625 for Charity Water, which is $225 OVER our goal. Heartfelt thanks to all who supported us!
“The prospect of opening an advent calendar door for each potty success worked amazingly well to motivate my 3-year old son after chocolate buttons, jellybeans, temporary tattoos and a sticker chart had all failed. It was like magic!”
Why am I so surprised by how much I love having a computer in the hub of our house: the kitchen?
Even if you’re a costume-making newbie, the concept behind this hack is within your grasp. The idea is this: instead of buying fabric from the fabric store and fashioning something from scratch, buy second-hand, already-sewn items that approximate what you want, then deconstruct and customize.
I’ve completed Week 3 of Fitness Boot Camp. Not only can I now do a side plank, I’ve learned an important lesson about habit change.
Jenn’s smart tip for streamlining the writing-out of birthday party invitations. Do you mail birthday party invitations? Or do you use a Web-based invitation service such as Evite? Are there Evite alternatives you prefer?
There’s more to Tracy’s simple library hack than meets the eye (or ear, in this case). Note how she’s creatively carving out time for her interests by using moments that might otherwise go to waste.
A brilliant IKEA hack which turns a cheap plastic laptop support into a functional and good-looking iPad stand.