Keep It Simple Stup—Ha! We’ve all heard the saying. But as a new parent who had never really changed a diaper before, I needed help when I brought my first born home. I was a seeker, a willing student, but I also had huge time constraints—work, marriage, running a household, and most importantly my precious baby who could do nothing for himself, yet he was now in my complete care.
What type of products do they make? Hathay Bunano, means hand made or hand knitted in Bangla. The women create contemporary, beautiful soft toys all by hand. This is so wonderful isn’t it?
Today’s society promotes a “me” world of independence and always feeling a need to be a step ahead of everyone, plus over-achieving in all we do. With that being said, this all comes at a cost of being over-whelmed and when truly asked how you are..we say “fine”, even though we are not.
Joe thought he had the hang of this undercover thing. Sure, he has to dress up as a girl and change his name to “Josie” to keep his family safe, his new friend Sam knows his secret so he at least has someone to talk to… And it’s finally time for Joe and Sam to learn how to be proper spies—gadgets and all! But their first mission isn’t exactly what either of them had in mind.
Holy Spirit Mystifying Scriptures offers short biblical scriptures side by side with digital paintings. This vision assists readers in pondering, meditating or inspiring those who want to get caught up in the scripture and paintings.
Bees on the Roof is a great science educational environmental fiction for middle schoolers. It touches base on bullying, family dynamics, class competition, fitting in and more teen stressors for middle schoolers.
If you are planning to organize your home anytime soon, here are few tips and practical advice that can help. They are all proven to be effective in terms of making those almost impossible tasks achievable.
Rescue dog, Lucky, a.k.a. Turf Mutt, is encouraging students in grades K-5 to submit essays on how they are helping TurfMutt (www.turfmutt.com) and his band of superheroes, the Outdoor Powers, combat the environmental villains (Carbon Creep, Dust Demon, Dr. Runoff and Heat Freak) for the annual “Be a Backyard Superhero” contest.
The deadline to submit is Monday, January 23, 2017.
TurfMutt teaches students and teachers how to take care of the environment and “save the planet, one yard at a time,” through classroom materials developed with Scholastic.
Since 2010, the TurfMutt program has awarded $35,000 to schools nationwide and this year, a teacher at the winning student’s school will also be awarded a trip to the 2017 NSTA conference.
Created by the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute’s (OPEI) Research and Education Foundation, the TurfMutt environmental education and stewardship program has touched more than 62 million children, educators and families since 2009. TurfMutt program materials are free and aligned to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) standards.
Entries are due January 23, 2017, and contest entry deadlines and rules are available at www.TurfMutt.com.
Many people are aware that diabetes and obesity are national health epidemics, but the actual numbers are staggering. Thirty-six percent of American adults are obese, and by 2030, this rate is expected to rise to 50 percent. What those with diabetes and obesity might not realize is that they may be at risk for a serious, yet silent, liver disease.
Tartan+Twine offers a range of amazing cosmetic bags sold at Ulta and retailers nationwide. Check out our recent mommy review by Samantha!