Saturday, November 21, 2015

FREE Printable Letter to Santa part 3

You may see I have all but abandoned this blog, but I do still use it for as a reference for fun activities I've done in the past and might like to do again.  One post I revisit every year is one where I simply linked to some cute Christmas themed printable stationary.  This year, I decided to create my own stationary and link it here for you to use, too.  I may feel creative and add more later so if you don't like what you see check back.  I might have something new!
Click here for downloadable PDF

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Make Your Own Ice Crystal Ornaments

I found this cute kid project at I really enjoyed reading their post about making this with their kids, so please go check it out.  However, when I go to do things with my own kids I don't want to be scrolling through a pretty blog post full of giant, lovely pictures.  I want the instructions, short and sweet so I can just craft.  I condensed their post for convenience, but this is not my idea or my picture.  Even most of the words are theirs.  You should definitely check them out because this is only one of hundreds of cute ideas they've shared.  I'm sure you'll find more to love there.
Click here to see the Happy Hooligans post.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Develop Confidence! 3 Tips from TED-Ed

This video was in my Facebook feed yesterday.  I like it so much I want to always know where to find it, so I'm sharing it here.  It was created in partnership with the #LikeAGirl campaign, but it's great advice for everyone.  We can always use more confidence.

3 tips to boost your confidence
Happy #InternationalDayoftheGirl! To celebrate the occasion, check out this lesson on confidence we made in partnership with the Always #LikeAGirl campaign:
Posted by TED-Ed on Sunday, October 11, 2015

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