2021 Gift Guides: The Digital One

We’re running out of time to get deliveries in before the holidays so let’s get into some digital shopping ideas that are actually really fun gifts! Gift Guide: The Digital One Something They Want: Everyone likes getting packages in the mail so the Little Life Box is a great gift! An annual subscription will get…

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2021 Gift Guides: The Homie One

Y’all, it’s cold out now and you know what that means, cozy home time! Give your loved ones a little something warm (or sparkly) to help stay cozy all Winter long! Gift Guide: The Homie One Something They Want: A place for everything and everything in it’s place! Keeping organised is the best way to…

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2021 Gift Guides: The Bookish One

It’s me. I’m your bookish friend! This list was super easy because it’s just a bunch of stuff from my own Wishlist! So if you have a friend like me, look no further…. Gift Guide: The Bookish One Something They Want: This simple and sleek design is both stylish and functional. The base is wide…

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Top5: February Reading Round-Up (Black Canadian Authors, Children’s Lit edition)

In honour of Black History Month, this Reading Round-Up is all about Black Canadian Authors! It’s not always easy to find a readily available list of children’s books written by Canadian authors specifically let alone Black Canadian authors but they are out there and doing really wonderful work. If you’re searching for representation or to…

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Top5: Artsy New Year’s Resolutions

CREATE That’s it. That’s the resolution. Create more. Create freely. Submerse myself in other artist works. Fall in love with art all over again. This isn’t a new year/new me kind of resolution but a new year/more me resolution. To embrace that goal here are my.. Top5: 2021 Artsy New Year’s Resolutions Journaling I used…

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Top 5: October Reading Round-Up

It’s October so you know we had to pull out our ghoulish ghosts, monstrous monsters, Happy Halloween, and all things supernatural reading materials. Bonapart Falls Apart written by Margery Cuyler, illustrated by Will Terry An adorable tale of a little skeleton who just wants to go to school without falling apart. His classic monster friends…

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Anti-Racism/BIPOC Canadian History Book List Links

BIOPOC centric reading lists. Honestly, it’s not my job to teach anti-racism, but I’m happy to point people in the right direction to find resources. There are so many great books out there to read (on top of a billion blogs and websites full of info). Pick any one of these links to start building…

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Top 5: May Reading Round-Up

I’m going to start ending the month with the Top 5 books we read during the month! Be sure to tune in on the last Thursday of each month to find out what we’ve been reading! Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman: I recently joined a bookclub and this was my first book.…

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Books on Our Shelf For National Family Literacy Day

If you know me, you know I love reading. All kinds of reading too, whether it be poems, short stories, blogs, novels, graphic novels, comics, or magazines! I love stories, but I also love information. I’m definitely the type to (accidentally) get stuck in a Wikipedia spiral for an hour just reading up on cases…

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Back To Liiiife….

  (I took MANY photos. It did not go well….lolz) Back-to-school is upon us and we’re easing back in. The great thing about homeschool is that you don’t have to go all in right away. You can take your time and adjust to your new Autumn schedule in your own time. I know my kids…

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