Category Archives: Families

4 Ways To Pass This Covid-19 Time

This isn’t how I wanted to become Queen! Most of my work is spent in front of a computer editing or writing, so the “Stay at Home Order” issued for Illinois would be another day at the office for me. We’re on Day 11 and the “office” walls are feeling like the room in Willy...

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    Share The Ideas: Being Social over Social

    If you have a high schooler than most likely you’ve started the e-learning put into place in most high schools. I thought I’d share some of my ideas, ones I’ve found, and others shared over social in our social distancing days in the next two weeks. The e-learning sent out to my high schoolers started...

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    • KammyMarch 17, 2020 - 1:57 pm

      We are playing a lot of cards and board games. ReplyCancel

    Need White Elephant Gift Ideas?

    Do you exchange gifts with friends? Ever gone to a White Elephant party? We’ve been to a few over the years and there have been some hilarious gifts given. QUICK TIP:: Never pick the big Pottery Barn box – Reminder from a friend;) As we’re all racing to finish first semester, maybe finish shopping, or...

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    • Mohit SharmaDecember 24, 2019 - 6:04 am

      Thanks for the best gift ideas. I would love to buy some. Keep Posting!ReplyCancel

    2020 Holiday Gift Guide

    It’s Thanksgiving week! Spending time with family and friends + the non-stop snacking are just a few things to be thankful for in this happy week. Now the day affffffter Thanksgiving the shopping fun begins {or maybe you’ve already started}! If not, or you need a few more things, I’ve got some teen ideas before...

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      What I’ve Learned One Year After Surgery

      One year ago today I was laying across three chairs in the hospital waiting area hoping every name they announced that morning would be mine. Three months prior I felt an aching twinge in my back but didn’t think much about it because I’ve had back problems before. I’d restart my PT exercises and the...

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