#NaBloPoMo: I’m No Mrs. Fix It or Mom the Builder

What was the last thing you fixed or built? Mrs. Fix it to the rescue! I think NOT. These #NaBloPoMo prompts are driving me insane. I thought that having a prompt would be make it easier to blog every day, but honestly it is only making me think. (Queues laugh). I mean seriously, the last thing I fixed or built? I have no idea. Does building a castle or truck out of Mega Bloks count for anything?  Sorry I am not a fixer or a builder. I have unclogged the…

#NaBloPoMo: Finding the Time and Agenda Planning

What is the hardest part of a project: getting the energy to start on it, finding the time to work on it, or feeling down when it’s over? I can toss and turn all night if I have something that needs to be completed. I think the hardest part of a project for me is finding time to work on it. In the past couple of years I have been working on adjusting to being a new mom again after eleven years and it has been a lot more difficult than…

NaBloPoMo: A Blog Post Everyday In November

NABLoPOMo: What am I thinking? Blogging Everyday?   I am giving my  hand at NaBloPoMo. I am never good at these challenges, simply because I have a small baby at home that never seems to let me finish any thing I start. if you aren’t familiar, NaBloPoMo  happens in November when bloggers from all around the world commit to blogging every day during the month of November.

One Way To Keeps Kids Safe- We Don’t Do Sleepovers

read4thefunofit / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND Sleepovers are nothing new. They’ve been around since before I was born. All kids want to go to them, because it’s supposed to be fun and exciting. I remember begging my mother to attend at least five different sleepovers and each time I was a met with a big fat NO.