I kill plants. I don’t intend to, but I do anyway. I love the idea of having a thriving garden where I can walk out and pick veggies to use for cooking. I once had a tomato plant that survived long enough to give me 6 cherry tomatoes, but then it died too.
TMI WARNING: this post will mention normal, natural female biological functions. If that grosses you out or doesn’t apply to you, you probably want to skip this post. [Read more…] about 5 Eco-Friendly Swaps You Can Make THIS MONTH
Hi all! I’m popping in to say that I’m still here and still alive and haven’t forgotten about this blog–I’ve just been super busy! The end of the school year is always a crazy time in my life and things tend to be neglected while I focus on what I need to do to wrap things up and check out of my classroom on time.
Hey everybody! Today’s post is going to be short-ish and sweet. I’m new to podcasts and have only been really listening to a few since the beginning of 2017. I don’t have a very long commute to or from work (it’s only about 20 minutes), so I never thought I had any use for listening to podcasts or audiobooks in the car.
Turns out I was wrong. I never listen on my way to work, but on my way home, I like to hear something other than top 40 radio. I also listen on my way to visit my brother almost every weekend, and he’s about an hour away from me–I get a lot of listening done then.
I’m subscribed to a handful of podcasts, but I find myself only listening to two lately: Happier with Gretchen Rubin and Side Hustle School. [Read more…] about My favorite podcasts
Hi everybody! We finally reached spring break around here, so I can do some catching up on my blog posts. I have a bunch of posts hanging out in the to-do list on my editorial calendar, but I never seem to find the time to finally write them. This one’s a bit time-sensitive, so I’m going to take it on first. Here’s a review of Sallie Krawcheck’s Own It. My disclaimer: I received this book from BloggingForBooks in exchange for an honest review.