They say good love is hard to find. On the internet, so is good information. I'm a trained researcher, so with that brain I'm over here sharing things I care about, from the mundane to the more meaningful.
Thanks for stopping by.
If you don't read another sentence - go checkout Lilac Girls and Climate of Hope, nowwww. Everything else can wait.
Today I'm sharing with you one easy way to simplify your arsenal of personal care products.
Paging Dr. Ritter! But I'm not that kind of doctor....
The time I made a birthday cake and it was YUM.
My favorite ways to eat watermelon during the hot and sticky summer months.
A look at the seven books I read in June and recommendations for adding or skipping them on your summer reading list.
It's been two years since I've bought almost any cleaning product in the store...here's why.
One task for today was revamping my syllabi for Intro Psych. I had to take my husband's grandmother to the dentist office, so I thought this would be a great time to pull out the book I couldn't had been waiting all last semester to have time to read, Walford and Anderson's "Effective Grading, a Tool for Learning and Assessment". Sitting in the waiting room, the office staff appeared to have used Nickleback or Creed for their Pandora feed, aka, my own personal hell of music. Luckily, a few Format (or was it Fun?) songs showed up every now and then...oh well, I'm resilient and I survived.