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Sarah

Hey Ya'll! I'm Sarah, a clean-eating, adventure-seeking homeschool mom living in the desert of Palm Springs, CA. I aspire everyday to be a faithful follower, doting wife, nurturing mom and unforgettable human being. You'll find me camping, eating vegan food, taking pictures and watching Virginia Tech football. I may be a West Coast transplant, but I have an East Coast heart. <3

craftsdecorDIYholidayspringSt. Patrick's Day

Holidays are always a fun time to get creative with your kids.  St. Patrick’s Day is actually one of my favorites, despite its possible not kid-friendly trends.  Counter to what some may think, there is actually a reason behind the alcohol-guzzling tradition that is so commonly attributed to St. Patrick’s

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eco-friendlyeducationalkidsschool

It is so important to keep learning/studying a fluid part of our kids’ lives.  They must be constantly stimulated, not just at school, but also at home.  I’m sure you are all familiar with the big workbooks that are crucial to practicing everything from ABC’s to algebra.  My daughter tears

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DIYfeedingholidaySt. Patrick's Day

…find a pot of gold!  For St. Patrick’s Day this year, we’re making little rainbow pudding cups to enjoy the day in a faux-sugary way.  I found this awesome recipe Via: Craft: and was smitten.  My daughter isn’t too keen on the tiny trickster leprechaun, and I can’t really blame

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beautymake upmomskincare

One of my great loves in life is the multi-tasker.  It doesn’t matter to me what a product does, just as long as it serves for multiple purposes.  It is so satisfying, and I really feel like I got my money’s worth!  Let’s break it down to the ultimate reason

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craftsDIYgifts

As a writer, I love journals of all sorts.  I need places to jot down my thoughts all over the house, within arms reach, and at a moment’s notice.  Sometimes one can get very sick of looking at the same old leather-bound journals.  They get the job done, but can

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craftsdecordesignDIY

I love this easy glass vase face-lift tutorial.  Who doesn’t  have a pile of these laying around (where do they even come from)?  If you don’t, simply pop into any thrift store and you are bound to find them at a mega inexpensive price.  If you’re like me and love

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booksgifts

I know you already knew this, but women know everything, and now we have a book to prove it!  Women Know Everything by Karen Weekes is not only a fun quotable book, but also a great reference.  There are more than 3,000 quotes from famous ladies ranging from Coco Chanel

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beautyhair care

I was born with stick straight hair (aren’t most sticks crooked?).  But when I hit puberty, my hair blossomed.  My whole childhood I pined after my BFF, Robin’s, gorgeous curly hair, but come 12 years old, I did not want to welcome my new curly cues.  It was odd how

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etsygamesmom

This is a pretty self explanatory one… Purchase a set of these and tote them around JIC.  Just think of the Bingo prizes, oh these make me smile.  There are no words to call out, making this impromptu game magical.  Copyright Paul Buller 2011.

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educationalkidstoys

Yesterday morning I was reading about the possible discovery of another planet, Tyche.  It’s at the ends of our solar system, which is partially why we had yet to see it.  While the jury is still out on its final classification, learning that we do have 9 planets (sorry Pluto)

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