• Vision Board: 2021

    You might remember that last year I gave up on New Years Resoltions and set out to, instead, create a vision board. If you don’t remember, or you missed it all together, here is the link to that article where you will find details about why I chose a vision board versus resolutions, how vision boards work (it’s science!), and ideas for getting started. As 2020 draws nearer to a close, I’ve been reflecting over my vision board for the past year…created without any pandemic in mind…and am finding A LOT of what I envisioned for how I wanted to be, feel and accomplish still holds true for 2021. Instead…

  • Table Stations: Part 4

    It’s been a while since we’ve had some full-on table stations going on at our house. The weather has been so nice that we’ve been outside a LOT but my preschool aged kids are also back with the sitter during the week now that the world is opening back up a bit. By the time they get home we are either back outside running off the last bit of wiggles (ha! like they ever run out!) or if they ask to watch a show I generally oblige because I usually have dinner to get made and they don’t get a whole lot of screen time while at the sitters anyway.…

  • Table Stations: Part 3

    As the weather continues to shape up, with more consistently nice days in the mix, we are striving to be outside engaging in “free play” more and more. That doesn’t mean we aren’t making time to continue our table stations activities indoors from time to time… Perhaps the weather isn’t cooperating, or we need to keep busy while the sun does it’s work to warm things up in the morning. If this is your first pass at Table Stations, check out these posts to come up to speed while gathering ideas of how you might incorporate into your time at home with preschool age kiddos:Table Stations: Part 1Table Stations: Part…