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December 14, 2018

I LOVE LISTS

I LOVE LISTS // a collection of links from the 'net on Shutterbean.com

I LOVE LISTS

  1. This kitchen is super charming! 
  2. Put your own oxygen mask on first.
  3. Hello, favorite cookie of all time.
  4. This whole Santa thing has a lotta people stressing.
  5. The Bay Area got a Shake Shack!
  6. Tech is making home renovation easier. I want a new bathroom.
  7. New features on Netflix are distracting yet intriguing.
  8. Some schools are trying out the whole NO HOMEWORK policy.
  9. And kids in Seattle are going to school later. 2018 is interesting.
  10. Pinterest Food Trends for 2019-  I’m excited about mushrooms. 
  11. When a person’s name matches their job perfectly
  12. Funny Elf on the Shelf ideas! LOL
  13. Why families fight during the holidays
  14. You can get a log for your fireplace that smells like KFC
  15. A look at Christmas Decor from the past.
  16. Time to rewatch Rushmore. I can’t believe it’s been out for 20 years!
  17. Secrets of people who don’t get stressed out during the holidays.
  18. Holiday gift ideas: polaroid camerakaraoke microphone /do no harm teelight up sign  
  19. The joy of gift free holidays
  20. My favorites from Etsy if you need some gift inspo.
  21. What’s Ruth Reichl reading these days?
  22. Come play with me in Santa Fe next year!

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  • Colby

    It’s interesting because I live in CT abs our district has a no homework policy yet the town next to us does give homework. My niece, 6 months older than my son gets homework and was complaining about it other day. However, my sons teacher recently said many students bring home several pieces of work unfinished. There’s no requirement to finish them, just not enough time in the school day to complete everything. I think it’s a good and bad thing to have no homework. Sometimes it’s ok to do some things at home. It furthers the learning process from school. However, sometimes, if it’s busy work, it can be unnecessary. Ok, rant over…just very interesting to me.

    • Tracy

      I think it’s good to have homework. I feel bad that with all of the activities after school homework can get in the way of resting and going to bed at a reasonable hour.

  • Alex

    Thanks for sharing that piece about the new Netflix feature because it reminded me to TURN IT OFF! My whole family loved Dumplin but we groaned and moaned every time Netflix offered to show us the scene again.

  • Alesa

    I love the old photos of Christmas decorations. My grandmother used to hang her tinsel one strand at a time and her tree looked just like #8. I miss that.

  • Sina

    Thank you so much for letting me know of those Triple Ginger Cookies! These absolutely have to be on our christmas cookie platter.

    I loved your Carrot Ginger Bread btw! Also, I’m going to make crystallized ginger on monday – I bought the little glass containers to gift them in just yesterday.

    So, greetings from one ginger enthusiast to another 🙂

  • Ellen Taylor

    Thanks for the helpful list. Everything in one place. Great collection.

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