Blog Tour

26 May 19
simply organized

I’m equal parts shocked and not surprised by the fact I haven’t posted anything in 26 days. You have to admit, I was kinda on a roll for a while there – which felt incredible. Love this blog and sharing with all of you. Missed being here and loved feeling re-connected. Wish I had a […]

26 May 19
HERDING CATS

A huge thanks to Jackie Walsh, Hera Books and #Netgally for an ARC copy of this novel in return for an honest and unbiased review. Synopsis ‘I took you, Becca. You’re not my daughter.’ Since Becca Wall’s mother was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, every day Becca loses a little more of the loving, caring mother […]

26 May 19
Driving in England and France

On our first day, now that we’ve had some sleep, we decided to head to the British Museum, one of the must see tourist attractions. So we attempt to get there early but we still had time to find a coffee shop and have a cappuccino and a croissant before heading to the tube as […]

26 May 19
Little Miss Book Lover 87

Ever since I was small, I’ve loved getting lost in books. I’m really not fussy on genres, but the first couple of chapters has to really capture my interest or I give up. During primary school, my parents had to supply me with books for school as I’d read them all. This was before I […]

26 May 19
Atul's Nth Blog

So, I am now moving to Atlanta and also ready to pass on advice. The past two years have been exhilirating, dissapointing at times, turbulent at others and everything in between. All in all I’m now going to continue my career in another new city this time. I’m glad that I could make something of […]

26 May 19
Itty Bitty Itineraries

We have this routine where my husband asks me why I stopped writing this blog. And I just shrug instead of saying because traveling with kids can suck. Because there’s puke. And temper tantrums. And puke. Because I’ve joined those Facebook groups with shiny happy families extolling their perfect trips with their 8 well-behaved kids […]

26 May 19
Lethu's blog

Role of the teacher Teachers remain central to the learning process A shift in the role of a teacher utilizing ICTs to that of a facilitator does not obviate the need for teachers to serve as leaders in the classroom; traditional teacher leadership skills and practices are still important (especially those related to lesson planning, […]

26 May 19
Subhaguna's Blog

“Tomorrow is Amma’s birthday. Amma would you go to office? Will we go for dinner? Appa, what did you buy for amma” my daughter was over excited and I smiled. Promising to spend the evening together tomorrow, I sent her to bed. My little toddler was excitedly playing and throwing his toys. Pending kitchen chores […]

26 May 19
Fitness Blog

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26 May 19
Trail-stained Fingers

Monschau, Germany, is a resort town full of wonderful things to do like wandering around the old town and enjoying panoramic views from hiking trails. We did a day trip to Monschau to celebrate our two-year wedding anniversary.

26 May 19
Lilly Miller

SUSHI American sushi and Greek sushi are very similar in taste and variety. The sushi was very delicious. I ordered a wide variety of different sushi’s and they all tasted like sushi I had eaten before, and seemed like very fresh seafood. My favorite sushi is the kind with the fish eggs on top. The […]

26 May 19
Wingedegeria's Blog

Seeing Phil at work was fun. It makes it easier for me to picture people and items he talks about at home. I sat in the back of the booth and watched him and his coworkers run the six o’clock news. The set looks much dumpier in real life than it does on TV, but […]

26 May 19
The Gymternet

The live blog for day two of the senior women at the 2019 Canadian Championships, held in Ottawa, Canada.