A fun experiment for your kiddos – making homemade slime.
Many years ago, (let’s not talk about just how long ago it was) I sat down with an old cookbook that someone let me borrow. I loved the vintage images and illustrations, the classic cooking, and hidden here and there through the cookbook, was blocks of tips.
Today I have shared free, printable 2016 calendar pages for you.
Each year, I have started making blog planner pages that you can print to put in your own binder or planner. This year is no different, and here’s the 2016 edition. For 2016, I have included the month at a glance – full page calendars with space underneath for notes, as well as “Goals of…
It’s here! The 2015 Printable Blogging Calendar! Last year I made available the calendar that I keep in my binder for planning out my posts on my website. I received a great deal of positive feedback from other bloggers about this, so I decided to go ahead and do it for next year as well….
Now that my schedule is getting busier and busier, my single page blogging calendar wasn’t quite cutting it anymore. I decided to go ahead and make a 2 page spread for 2014. If you are a blogger (or even if you aren’t) Here’s a printable calendar for your binder. Download and print it HERE And…
This time of year, while I am preparing lesson plans and calendars for the coming school year, I work on getting everything in my household organized. Files, paperwork, books, supplies, you name it. But since I am also a blogger, that gives me something else that I need to have organized and a plan for….
I thought I would take a moment to share how I do my grocery and menu planning.