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January 26, 2018

I LOVE LISTS

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

Welcome to I LOVE LISTS. It’s Friday! Here’s a list for ya:

  1. Understanding Grief
  2. On having an only child
  3. This recipe is why I now have cauliflower on my grocery list
  4. Ways to make traveling less stressful.
  5. Handling AWKWARD situations
  6. The funny thing is, my husband tries to cozy up to me when I’m using a knife…
  7. Photos to blow your mind.
  8. How the college classroom has evolved over the years
  9. I really need to make tahini cookies sometime soon.
  10. Pretties: moon necklace /crystal ball/star picnic blanket
  11. 2 ways to radically help you rethink your career
  12. The hands and the legs? Is this picture photoshopped? Oprah! Weird!
  13. 9 photographs that have made history
  14. Romantic valentines day gifts you can frame
  15. How restaurants are surviving higher minimum wage increases
  16. We’re going back to sound with Sonic Branding in advertising– pay attention to your podcasts!
  17. This embroidery is unbelievable
  18. Simple Valentine’s Day ideas
  19. This short film looks so cool. I wanna watch it!
  20. Stop asking your kid about their day.

 

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  • Byanca

    Thank you for the Only Child link! I keep feeling like the odd one out when discussing this topic with other moms, but my partner and I feel like one child is what works for us.
    I also have to say that you and Cooper seem to have an awesome relashionship. When we found out we were having a boy I was a bit worried because I know nothing about little boys, but seeing you interact with your son really helped. And now, 10 months in, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

  • stacy

    As a college professor myself, I agree that course management systems are generally a PITA, but I do not think Pearson’s products are an improvement, tbh. There are advantages and disadvantages to every system–old school paper or uploading, etc. I think we’re smart enough to know that nothing is perfect and never will be. It can be a blessing and a curse to have such constant contact with students. On a different note, I enjoyed the grief link. So true–your grief is your own and pretending otherwise is fruitless.

  • Jenny

    Thank you so much for the link on grief.
    Some days don’t make sense, the loss of my dad is still so raw. Your journey is such a help to me. Thank you ❤️

  • michelle

    just ordered the night sky print of my nephew’s dob for my brother and sister in law. such a unique idea!

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