Month: May 2017

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Siren by Kiera Cass

Dear Bookworms, Waiting for my heart to stop pitter-pattering over here so I can write this review, but I fear that may take awhile so I’ll just jump right in.  Kahlen was given a second life by the Ocean 80 years ago. Saved from a shipwreck, she is in service for 100 years to the […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Dear Bookworms, So I picked this weeks read to fulfill one of my 2017 reading challenge items, “Read a book recommended by an author you love”. Jenny Lawson (Let’s Pretend this Never Happened, Furiously Happy, You are Here) is a big Neil Gaiman fan and always recommends his books. I read his novel American Gods a […]

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Charlotte
Travel
Travel USA
VisitNC

Wise Acres Organic Farm

This Mothers Day my mom requested we visit a local, organic farm to pick some strawberries, have a lazy lunch, and explore the grounds. She had heard about this place from a friend, and at only 15 minutes from her house, we had to check it out.  Owned and operated by Chicago implants, this organic farm […]

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Travel
Travel Tips

Travel Wanderlust: Plan, budget, pack, and go!

You have a busy life. We get it. We do too. Traveling is not in your budget… We get it. It’s not in ours either. But excuses like “Right now it’s just not the right time to travel.” We… well… we don’t get that. Maybe because we suffer from a condition called travel wanderlust. Travel wanderlust has […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Letters from the Looney Bin by Thatcher C. Nalley

Dear Bookworms, I chose this weeks read to fulfill a category on my 2017 Reading Challenge, a book of letters. So while pursuing Amazon for something to fit this category I came across this read, Letters from the Looney Bin. Being that I work in mental health, the synopsis sounded interesting so one click, 2 […]

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DIY
KIDS/MomLife

Cultivating my green thumb

Guys… I’m doing a thing….I planted a vegetable garden!  Growing up, my family planted a large vegetable garden each spring with everything from tomatoes, peppers, green beans, to zucchini and squash. You would think having so much experience with a garden growing up, I would be a whiz at it as an adult right? Wrong. The […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: The Girls in the Garden by Lisa Jewell

Dear Bookworms, This week was a twisty psychological thriller full of dark secrets and shady characters. Clare Wild and her two girls, Pip and Grace, move into a small rental flat in London after a devastating fire and an estrangement from her husband left them homeless. The apartment buildings form a ring to enclose a beautiful private […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Freeks by Amanda Hocking

Dear Bookworms, Hello again! So a few things about this weeks read. First of all, I absolutely fell in love with this book when I saw the cover, isn’t it gorgeous?! We all know I am a sucker for a beautiful cover, and this one is a looker folks. Secondly, I have been a huge fan […]

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