Better learn to remember or wait.... Here's a thought: NOT TO LIE
"Wait, so Im not the only one who remembers this?" I remember this! Saga the Siamese Cat <<< I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST A HALLUCINATION WHATTT
Words of Inspiration
Guitar art is pretty cool not gonna lie. Makes me wanna learn it better.
To hug or not to hug? Here's the ladylike etiquette...
Remember teachers banging on desks to get students' attentions? Not anymore! Here's 15 clever call and responses to get your students' attention in a good way!:
Birds of a Feather
Always remember that if the weather or the wait time determines your 'need' to come to the ER... It's not an emergency.
now here's something I would not have thought to make -- monochromatic embroidery
Abraham-Hicks | better feeling thought. 17 seconds to a better feeling thought.
Design I Love
Baby Activity Board -- I never would have thought of a Slinky! Also, buckles. (Not on this particular board, but I want to remember that idea, too.)
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"Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass on a summer day listening to the murmur of water or watching the
Places and spaces
Who would have thought I used to have a math learning disability? Here's my story.
Creative Toasts - Here's to a night we'll never remember with friends we'll never forget!
How to make a portable handy lie detector in Altoid tin ML: It could be an important tool, but remember, it may not work with politicians asking for shelter, they are pro liers.
Products I Lovey
Truly & honestly some of THE. MOST. helpful parenting solutions I have ever read. My final thought to share is the fact that the best way that kids learn is by being taught, not by being punished. When is the last time a teacher put a child in time-out because he didn’t get a math answer correct or couldn’t tie his shoes? It simply doesn’t happen. Why, then, do we think that it would work any better for behaviors? Great ideas on handling "big emotions."