There are many reasons why we need diverse books. Diverse books empower, support, normalize, and most importantly give a platform for everyone’s stories to be told.
Now that we have 3 kids, here’s my go-to Cabin Fever list of ideas for those dreary and dark winter days.
I was lucky enough to grow up 10 miles from both sets of grandparents and even had my Great-Grandma in my life until I was 17.
No matter how many times I complain about the Omaha weather, I must admit that I’m always just as excited as the kids are to hear there is a snow day.
This year I’m making some personal goals but am also making a new list this year – money resolutions to get me back on track.
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We had an incredible time celebrating Noon Year’s Eve at Swimtastic Swim School. Thank you to everyone that braved the negative temperatures!
So, this year, I am not setting a resolution. I am not setting myself up for disappointment. I am, instead, going to focus on the small victories. I am going to realize that I cannot do it all at once.
New Year’s resolutions are looming and I’ve been thinking a lot about realistic and not too time intensive habits I could begin. I wanted to focus on an act of kindness or good deed-a sort of pay it forward resolution.
I know there is a stigma behind setting New Year’s resolutions. People set lofty goals that are unattainable, dreaming of becoming someone far from themselves. My family looks at the resolutions we make on January 1st as opportunities.