You can raise a child who loves nature and is deeply connected to Mother Earth even in the middle of a metropolitan environment. Look at me. Born in Toronto, raised in the city, I love immersing myself in everything outdoorsy. Camping, canoeing, hiking, vacations in the forest, I love it all. It's not that I … Continue reading Raising a Wild (nature-loving) Child is Easy!
To-do lists. Grocery lists. Packing lists. Weekly family menu planning. Love notes. Reminder notes. Whatever it is, we all have used cutesy pads of paper to jot all these down. Whether it's from a fancy stationery store at $6-10 for a few pads at 50 sheets each or the dollar store at $1-2 for a … Continue reading Doodles Repurposed For To-Dos
Summer really just started. But with the stresses of COVID-19 and being on a distance learning program for four months, parents are not just soaking in bits of vacation and sunshine, but I am sure the last thing they are thinking of is *gasp* back to school shopping. (Ha! Or maybe they are considering the … Continue reading Back To School Lunches Are As Green As Your Veggies