Arlington Heights Library Visit

 We recently  visited the Arlington Heights library and enjoyed the reflection table. T giggled her heart out and enjoyed it immensely, I am looking for ideas to replicate the reflection/sensory table.   We also crafted the heart-wrap box that we had done for Valentines Day as well   Plus, we created the Kindness cards   to hang... Continue Reading →


Monday Motivation 

Art and Crafts for Learning Geography and about Wildlife  

Lego Duplo Fun & Imagineering 

  This week's post is all about Lego Duplo creations.  T had her fifth birthday last week, so she got to pick out a present. Of course, she chose Lego Duplo: the Family Fun Fair.  Her choice stemmed from simple reasons: She LOVES Legos The box was huge It had four figurines to play and make... Continue Reading →

2017 Review: Stats & Insights

Data and Analytics are trending buzzwords today. I should know, I am a freelancing one myself. One of the advantages of having a WordPress blog is that you get to view your site statistics in one place. What better way to kick off another year of blogging than learning from the performance of the past... Continue Reading →

168 Hours by Laura Vanderkam

This post is a review of Laura Vanderkam's bestselling book - "168 Hours: You Have More Time than You Think". Overview This is a book on time management. But if there is one point that encapsulates its usefulness and practicality, then it has to be the tagline itself. The idea that we should to view... Continue Reading →

Eat that Frog – Book Review

Today's post is a list of my take-aways from the book 'Eat that Frog- 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time' by Brian Tracy. A wonderful and easy read, this book had a great bunch of tips to accomplish more tasks and combat procrastination and many more distractions as follows:... Continue Reading →

10 Reasons to Take Kids to Museums

Today's blog post is inspired by my answer on Quora about why people take young kids to Museums. This post is about why we should take kids to all kinds of museums: science, arts, natural history, industry and so on. The benefits for kids and grown ups are many, and not just limited to the actual... Continue Reading →

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