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When Peter Walsh was talking to the audience, he suggested there are 2 types of clutter:
Let’s take a look at each and see how we can re-think the way we look at those items.
Memory clutter is anything that you keep to remind yourself of a person, a time, a past event, etc. Things like:
Added by Miriam DeLaRosa on February 5, 2013 at 2:24pm — No Comments
Well the first 30 days of this new grocery plan is drawing to an end and we are all the better for it. Wanna know how I cut $200 from our monthly grocery budget in just 30 days? Join me over at Love Peace and Hodson to follow our weekly meal planning series Feed 2 For $50 a Week!
Well, I've been sticking to our $50 weekly budget for a month now and it has really been working for us. Not…Continue
Added by Shanna Hodson on November 5, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
Follow along each and every Monday for my Feed 2 For $50 a Week meal planning ideas on Love, Peace and Hodson. I love your comments with all your money saving ideas so make sure to introduce yourself! Have a great week....
My birthday weekend was wonderful, I know I promised pictures but really I just didn't want to bore you with my ordinary (but in my eyes,…Continue
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Amy has decided that she is no good at maths.
I have decided to prove otherwise.
Which is why I have been trying to help her with her times tables.
I don’t know about you but I have a distinct memory of the teacher forcing us to repeat out times tables over and over and over again and again and again until somehow they just became lodged in our brains. Never to be forgotten.
What’s seven times…Continue
Added by almost bedtime on May 26, 2012 at 2:14pm — No Comments
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Added by Susan Milby on May 11, 2012 at 10:18am — No Comments
This is a huge accomplishment for my little girl. And I am one proud mom.
Up until last year, Jackie didn't seem too interested in riding on 2 wheels. She was happy with her bike with training wheels and so was I. I just wasn't ready to risk her incurring more injuries even though she does wear a bike helmet. About a year and a half ago, T bought Jackie a Princess bike after she outgrew the toddler bike. The training wheels on this new bike were set so that she would get the hang of…
Added by Samantha Stewart on April 4, 2012 at 12:35am — No Comments
I pulled the chair into the stream of sun pouring in through our dirty patio window and took a seat, tucking my knees into my chest.
I let myself just be in the moment.
Then I reached for a book.
“It’ll be ok,” he said as he came up from the basement.
I just looked at him and buried my head back…Continue
Added by Kimberly on March 22, 2012 at 9:04am — No Comments
His voice carried through the screen door with a passing warm breeze.
“It’s gorgeous out babe. You should really come outside.”
I saw that he had pulled out the plastic lawn chairs that had been hibernating in the shed for the winter.
I looked down at my pajama bottoms that had been comfortably molded to my legs after a few days of wearing them.
My shirt was wrinkled from laying in bed all morning.
I brushed my hands through my tangled hair.
Added by Kimberly on March 22, 2012 at 9:02am — No Comments
The nurse directed me back to a small room in the ER where Dr. B, my psychiatrist, was waiting.
I flashed a nervous smile, pulled my sleeves over the self-inflicted cuts on my arm and said, “I’m not doing good.”
He motioned to the chair and I sat.
“I think we need to change our plans Kim. I’m going to put you on a mood stabilizer and an…Continue
Added by Kimberly on March 12, 2012 at 1:07pm — No Comments
Me with the kids and my parents
This year we decided to go to Disneyland after Thanksgiving. We heard the crowds are really light at this time of year, and after our crazy experience last…Continue
Added by Lanae B on December 5, 2011 at 5:38pm — No Comments
When my younger daughter was born my older daughter was only 18 months old. I remember throughout my pregnancy hearing about the two under two battles and that my older daughter was going to be jealous. That it was going to be a big issue. So I prepared myself, and her. I gave her a baby doll to play with. I let her know about the baby. We read books. Anything that might make her feel more comfortable with the baby.
The day came that my younger daughter was born and we didn't…
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This weekend we visited some dear friends of ours and had a lovely time at the beach. The kids played in the water, made sandcastles and occupied themselves by searching for starfish, sea urchins and sea slugs.
Thing 2 found the sea slugs especially amusing. In a last-ditch effort to escape the pokes…Continue
Added by iMentalMommy on May 30, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
The sun was streaming through my bedroom windows and the sound of false rain pelting on a tin roof blared from my White Noise machine. My bedroom door creaked open and Thing 2 poked his head in. I wiggled my fingers and smiled to him. I heard Thing 1 stirring around in the other room.
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