Short Thought: Minimalist Life

In college I lived in a tiny room and slept in a twin bed and a few things that could easily fit in my car. Because of the small space, everything I owned was carefully thought and it had to be of purpose. I was into minimalism then, read a minimalist blog and wrote some…

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Family Garage Sale Day

The holidays are near and if you’re trying to declutter this might be a good chance to do so.  Not only you can make some extra money but you’d be recycling and repurposing items that would otherwise be bought new without the need. Save the environment the trouble 🙂 you know? How it works: Sign-up here to save your…

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Early Learning at Home- Baby activities 0-13mos.

You’ve heard that babies learn from the womb and if you’ve sung to your belly, called your baby’s name and had a few cozy chats with him or her, you’re on the right track. After they’re born their brain develops rapidly until the age of 5. You know the rest. New kid: brand new brain. A clean…

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Play: Keiki Toys

I am a wooden toy geek and given my background in fine arts I can appreciate process and craftsmanship from brands like Keiki Toys. We talk about this process that is so important for these toys to become hosts of imagination. Join the #toyrevolution with Keiki Toys: “Play is a vital element in the lives of all children, as…

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