Thursday, December 31, 2015

Happy New Year

Instead of a year's resolution
try a five day resolution
or a 20 day  resolution
or a 14 day resolution

Almost Anyone can do a two week challenge
Instead of doing something painful and boring
Why not do something fun and enjoyable

My challenges
Drink more herbal tea for the next two weeks, its yummy and good for me. 
Yoga to do yoga at least 5 times a week for the next 20 days.
To not try to buy "educational tools" for the next month.  I am not in debt or suffering from a shopping problem.  I have so much around me so the next month I am going to explore the knowledge I have around me in the books, games and people around me.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Info For New Zazzle Affiliates

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Teaching Christmas

for those who are teaching their kid's, grandkids, beyond what the school does Afterschool Christmas Could also be used for Christmas in July or Christmas June

Teaching Over the Christmas Break

1. Make Christmas decorations or gifts together. Crafts and projects can teach hand eye coordination but it can also teach togetherness and giving.

2. Use Veggie Tales: Saint Nicholas: A Story of Joyful Giving as a teaching tool if you want to go beyond the whole Santa thing. 3. Buy some good books to read over the Christmas break.

4. Make use of good math educational apps. Something can be fun and teach.

5. Relax and enjoy your time together. 6. Cook together cooking can reinforce many skills such math, science, reading. Christmas products

Fruit Cake Dinner Plate
Fruit Cake Dinner Plate by AbundanceLoveTrip
Look at Merry christmas Plates online at
Winter's Trees Stationery
Winter's Trees Stationery by loudesigns
Find more fine stationery online at Zazzle.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Last Minute Christmas Gifts ideas from valcreates

Last Minute Christmas Gifts

I have been busy wrapping gifts the last week. Last minute Christmas ideas some cheap some pricey

Science kits

Gift basket from bath and bodyworks

An adult grown up coloring book, these are very popullar and even bargain carries them stores

favorite lotion

A artist sketchpad

A grocery fruit basket



Boardgame nothing beats boardem and fosters family togetherness like a favorite boardgame or family fights like it did when I was a child.

Sea monkeys

a homemade gift basket or gift bag made from a cloth grocery bag filled with fun little items.

Movie tickets

A watch

Pass to a museum

Bargain Bin DVDs with popcorn and movie candy

A craft kit

books on cd

A massage pillow or chair

mugs filled with candy and gift cards

A fuzzy blanket

A trip to the toy store