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Showing posts from February 17, 2019

Spring crafts for kids.

I've provided links to each of my Spring crafts that kids can create. These are all simple, and so much fun to do! Enjoy, and have a blast creating and making memories with your kids. Just visit each link below the pictures.  1.  Do-It-Yourself Fairy Garden For Kids 2.  Spring-Catchers.- Flower sun catchers 3.  Our little garden buddies 4.  Springtime bookmarks If you have enjoyed these crafts, please feel free and check out some of my other fun crafts. Just visit the tabs on my main page. And feel free and share any of these. Thank you for stopping by. Happy reading!  ♡ Stephanie

Break a sweat.-A list of workout channels to get you moving.

 Are you looking for workout channels to get a good sweat session in? If so, I've created a list of channels that I currently use.  Even if you are just starting out these videos can really help guide you through this journey. Whether you are just starting out, want low impact, build strength, or just want to get moving, these workout channels will help you get started. This is not a sponsored or paid-for post. I am just sharing the channels that I use for my daily workouts . FitnessBlender Sydney Cummings Yvette Bachman Heather Robertson Body Project Group HIIT JessicaSmithtv AngieFitnessTV Jenny Ford Leslie Sansone's walk at home Billy Blanks Tae Bo Fitness Need more encouragement? Feel free and visit any of my encouraging posts below. 30-Day Happier YOU challenge Think Positive. -Replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts 10 things you can do for a brighter and healthier day Happy reading! ♥ Stephanie

Currently reading.-A list of books to help kids welcome Spring

I have updated this post to reflect the changes that have happened since I last wrote it. My daughters have grown older and are now reading chapter books, as well as exploring new music. However, I still cherish the memories of visiting the library with them and the excitement they would show when we checked out new books. Even though their interests have changed, they still get excited about reading new books.   I have compiled a list of the Spring-themed books we borrowed, along with a brief description of each book. Enjoy! 1. Abracadabra It's Spring This book is filled with beautiful, and colorful art to get you ready for Spring. With Spring just around the corner, there's magic in the air, and so much to explore on every page. 2. Hello Spring This book is filled with beautiful photographs that keep kids engaged. There are photos of nature, kids playing, insects, and much more. I thought it was a great book to help kids celebrate the arrival of Spri


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