Yes, the trend of the rubber bands is in the Globe today – here is the link for the article but you saw it here first…and they are being banned in several schools as too distracting. Are they that much more distracting than the erasers that took hold a while back or Pokeman cards? What do you think? Do your children have them and are they . . . → Read More: Silly Bands in G section of today’s Boston Globe
Day 1 was okay and I only felt a little more tired than usual by day’s end but I realized (and thank you, Lauri, for the great suggestions) that I need more fuel for the day. I never did cut up my veggies and knew I should have.
Day 2 – exciting – Joos™ in am was great although I still had my tea and . . . → Read More: Day 2…The Joos Cleanse
…if by cheating you mean drinking hot water with lemon (as directed) with the addition of honey and a teabag (it was TAZO™ – Awake – my favorite kind!) and so needed after area thunderstorms woke us in the middle of the night…so really, it was only so that I could operate heavy machinery (Volvo station wagon) safely.
Also, the Joos™ booklet I got told me . . . → Read More: In the very first hour of the first day of my Joos cleanse, I may have cheated…
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Did you know that fifty percent of available jobs are math based? Well, it’s true. So if you – or your children – are closed off to thinking you are good at math, well, you do the math. That’s a lot of missed opportunity.
Before you think I am getting all preachy, I am only . . . → Read More: How do you feel about math? Good, iffy, hate it so much you don’t want to read this?