It’s time for my monthly feature spotlighting nonfiction I love. This month, it’s Pearls by Sharvette Mitchell et al.
It’s beginning to look a lot like fall, my most favorite season of the year. Not only is my slow cooker about to get a workout, but so is my television since the premieres start this week. I did some searching online, and here is information for television shows and movies I’m excited about.
It’s time for my monthly nonfiction book spotlight, and this month, I’m sharing a book teens (and their parents) are sure to love.
I dropped my favorite girl off at college recently, and now I find myself rethinking everything and wondering if I told her and taught her everything she needs to know.
For the latest installment of Five Things Your Child Should Know, I’m looking at five things your child should know before starting high school.
It now seems like a lifetime ago that my baby was heading off to middle school for the very first time.
It’s inevitable. One day you’ll look up, and your baby will no longer be a baby, but a big boy or girl ready to start elementary school and face the world. While you’re making their lunch or getting a list together to take them school shopping, make sure you’ve prepared them in other ways too.
Even though temperatures say otherwise, summer only officially began a few weeks ago. For some, school starts back in a couple weeks, so if you haven’t done so already, it’s the perfect time to start preparing your child for next school year. Many students will be transitioning to kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school, as […]
It’s time for my monthly nonfiction spotlight, and for June, I’m excited to share a book that sure to be a blessing to you by my friend and fellow author, Vanessa Davis Griggs.
Summer officially hits this week, so it’s time to slow things down. If temperatures stay the way they’ve been for the last few weeks, I foresee even more indoor activities in my future, namely vegging out in front of the TV. Here are a few movies and shows* I’m excited about this summer.