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I was excited to find Adobe now have (and maybe they always have) e-seminars on demand. I had signed up for some e-seminars but by the day came around it wasn’t really convenient to leave my children and sit on my computer. Having them available all the time – means I can do them anytime
Ahhhh! Green Smoothies – I love ‘em. I decided not to join International Green Smoothie Day this year (I did last year) but it reminded me, inspired me to get back to at least one a day. I’ve been into parsley juice at the moment and that is pretty green! My favourite green smoothie is mango, banana and spinach!
This post from Robyn Sampson hit a chord – I need to look after myself so I don’t collapse in a heap!
SimpleMom has some thoughts on The Clutter you can’t see – I need to go over this again and think about what I can declutter!
Living for Him wrote about being the 2nd Fiddle – a true message for all mums.
I spent some Tea Time with Kate and found some very interesting finds (though you could pop over there yourself and see what interests you):
- An enormous collection of art postcards – I checked out the Sistine Chapel. That is one amazing piece of art.
- Sense and Sensibility has an Edwardian Apron pattern that I think one of my girls would enjoy.
- Webdesign for Kids sure looks interesting. Kids could convert any of their work or interests into a website even without uploading it and making it live. This would be good practice with html (web design) as well as making an interactive record of their work. Mmmm…. I’m going to think on this one some more.
- Plus … a great article on deciding how many outside the home activities your family is involved in. Why so many activities?