Month: June 2016

Europe
International Travel
Travel
TravelFood

Paris, City of Love… and many other amazing things!

So as all of you know, we packed our backpacks and embarked on a 10 day adventure to Paris/Rome and now we are sharing our experience with you. I’m going to tell you a little bit about Paris, France. But, before I go into details, let me debunk the saying “French people are rude” or “Paris is […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Black Five by J. Lynn Bailey

Dear Bookworms,  This weeks read was provided to me by YA Bound Books in exchange for an honest review. Black Five by J. Lynn Bailey takes place in small town Mason where 17 year old Penelope (Penn) Jackson’s life gets very complicated, very quickly. After a gruesome murder in town, events unravel leaving Penn questioning […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: My Wolf and Me by India R. Adams

Dear Bookworms,  This weeks read was provided by YA Book Bound in exchange for an honest review.  As a little girl of only six, Marlena loved to roam the woods of her secluded home, using her vivid imagination to create wonderful fantasies and games. Befriending two wild wolves while on one of her adventures therefor seemed […]

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Europe
International Travel
Travel Tips
TravelFood

When in Rome!

So Mia and I just got back from a whirlwind 10 days in Paris/Rome. When I tell you this trip was PHENOMENAL! With only 3 days in Rome, we really had to make good use of our time to see everything on our “must see” list but surprisingly we also discovered a couple neat little […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Dear Bookworms,  This weeks read, Eleanor & Park, by Rainbow Rowell was superb! It broke my heart on so many levels but was such a rewarding read. Eleanor is the new girl at high school and teenagers are unforgiving, especially to a chubby, red headed, Goodwill clad outcast. Park is the well liked, good looking, well […]

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KIDS/MomLife
PEOPLE

Fathers Day

There are all types of dads out there. The fun dad, the strict dad, the goofy dad, the intellectual dad, the stay at home dad, the working dad, the single dad, and the every other weekend dad (sometimes by choice- others times not). Sometimes you aren’t biologically a dad but for all intents and purposes you […]

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PEOPLE

Best of Stephanie: Part One

Mia and I have a pretty amazing circle of friends. From bombarding each other with a million texts in the group chat (thanks for that as I try and sleep in the mornings after a 12 hour night shift- 92 messages?! Really?!), to (at least)  monthly game night sessions where we sip cocktails from plastic […]

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Travel
Travel Tips

Looking for Happiness? Just Travel

There are many ways to say “I’m happy”.  In fact, when you look at a stranger most of the time you’re able to tell whether or not they are happy in general.  A smile, a gesture, an attitude can tell you, if you pay close attention, if the “energy” coming out of the person in […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke

Dear Bookworms, To sum it up in a word, this weeks book, Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke was enrapturing. I’m not gonna lie, I picked this book up based solely on the beautiful cover art. (I know, I know, don’t judge a book by it’s cover, but look at it, it’s gorgeous!) This novel […]

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KIDS/MomLife

Part Two: Kids are Weird

Welcome back to another installment of Kids are Weird. If you are silently asking “Installment?” to yourself, you obviously did not read Part One: Kids are Weird. Have no fear, click the link here to read more hilarious and often cringe worthy things my children have said.  “My shoes smell like seaweed.” (While eating some […]

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