March 2010

one hundred years of food

March 26, 2010

Remember back in January, when Lulu and I watched all those old commercials, and I told you about her food project? She wanted to learn about food in the U.S. in the last century. Well, she worked at the project for two months, and finally finished it last week for our homeschool group’s history fair. […]

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why you need a whole new mind

March 18, 2010

I know I’ve been hinting at my admiration for A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future by Daniel Pink, for the last month or so, but I’ve finally managed to write a proper post about it. Because I think you should read this book. mr. t tries on a whole new mind […]

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chapter-a-month challenge: february

March 10, 2010

I’m a little late, but here’s how I’m doing with my project. It always feels a little funny sharing a work-in-progress. I read a post from ysolda on her fabulous knitting blog, about her qualms with sharing her designs-in-progress. She does share, saying, “Personally I think it’s pretty interesting to see a project build and […]

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atwitter: march

March 5, 2010

Things have been so dang thinky on this blog lately. I really owe you my chapter-a-month challenge post, but I’m ready for some fluff. Photos! Knitting! Sugary stuff to eat! I haven’t done one of these atwitter posts in a while. Here’s what has me all worked up these days. Knitting. Looky! Even though I […]

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