I recently posted about the importance of being organized. In the spirit of organization, I thought I would share some items that can help towards organization, even some you may not think of when thinking organization. #1) A good notebook or journal This particular notebook is one I personally have. This is a style from … Continue reading Organization Recommendations
This will be a little break from my usual, but what can I say, I'm in a weird mood. We have all heard about type A and type B personalities. In the long list of personality profiles, this is the most commonly known. There are all sorts of resources to determine what type you … Continue reading A Little Fun With Psychology
This post may contain affiliate links. The opinions expressed are still my unbiased opinion. I just recently got introduced to the Great Courses programs. I'm wishing I had learned about them sooner. In particular, the one I would like to introduce you to now is English Grammar Boot Camp from Professor Ann Curzan and The … Continue reading English Grammar Boot Camp (A Resource)
As so often happens in the "world of blog", I walked away from mine for a while. This blog had become mainly about my homeschool journey, and as there are already so many websites dedicated to this topic, I felt like my site was being lost in the sea of homeschool information. I have and will … Continue reading Re-entering the World of Blog
I posted previously about the pageant Danger Girl participated in this summer. She had a great time, which she remembered after she got over not winning. Danger Girl actually enjoyed the pageant so much that she is participating in another one in a couple of weeks. We have been spending some time practicing her … Continue reading Pageant Fun
Just for fun, I thought I would share the best of 2012 for Penny Lane Writes. These are the posts that were most enjoyed and the links that were most used. This is what the wisdom of the stats tells me was most interesting from the mind of Penny Lane this past year. Most … Continue reading The Flashback- Best of 2012
Yesterday my daughter spent the day with her grandparents. While she doesn't watch TV at home during the weekdays, she does watch it when she is at her grandparents, so she saw the news of what happened in CT. She saw the scenes displayed by the news, she saw the pain and sorrow that so … Continue reading Explaining Pain & Sorrow to my Child
Here is the scene: I wake up, and the first thing I see is my husband's clothes from the day before laying across the chest at the end of the bed instead of being placed in the laundry basket that's only a few steps away. If I ask him tonight, he would say he has … Continue reading My Desire for Order
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Tomorrow I will have a review and give-away of the book "Catch the Sun" by Lee Zamloch. Stop by tomorrow to find out more about this book, and how you can enter to win a copy!