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Cuppa reads

Greetings, friends! I’m in Israel/Palestine right now. And well, it’s late and I still need to pack before we move on to the Sea of Galilee and what-not tomorrow—so let’s just get right to this weekend’s links, shall we? Good? Good. (How’s that for a poetic, super-deep intro?) (And yes, I’ll do my best to (read more…)

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Engage the core to find balance

Engage the core.

Last year, my husband and kids bought me a slackline for Mother’s Day. Basically, it’s a 2-inch wide tightrope strung between two trees. You can balance on it, walk along it, perform tricks, or even practice yoga on it. When I first set the line up in our backyard, I couldn’t even stand up on (read more…)

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The art of noticing your three square feet

We’ve been in small-town France for about a week and a half as of this post. After almost six months of traipsing around Asia, Australia, and Africa, we’re in a land that feels a bit milk and honey-ish, if I’m being honest. The quiet rolling hills of Provence, the quaint shops, and the food—oh, the (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Friends, whether you’re trapped in the snow or trapped in another hot summer day, I hope your weekend is going well. (I have a newly-found affection for you southern hemisphere readers, after spending a few months in your territories.) I’m hovering somewhere in the middle, in southern France, where it’s cool but vacillating between drizzly (read more…)

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Keeping journals: 5 ways your kids can start now

This year, we started homeschooling our kids, mostly as a way of sticking together as a family. Because of my husband’s job as a professional baseball coach, we move a few times a year. As we began our homeschool journey, I decided pretty quickly that I didn’t want to have a million pieces of paper (read more…)

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