Navigating our emotional loads

Pace yourself and monitor yourself, folks. I just experienced having the emotional “starch” being taken out of me this morning, and it wasn’t anything big that did it. (Note: I am good, I just was reminded how we need to be mindful and aware of our emotional load.) Sundays are usually a full day for […]

Refreshing Review: Sebastian Alvarado’s The Science of Marvel

{I received this book for the purpose of review. All geeky opinions expressed are my own. Enjoy!} Is all that Avengers tech just fantasy or is it based in real science? Sebastian Alvarado makes a great case that it is based in real science indeed! From the Publisher: Science meets fantasy in this behind-the-scenes look […]

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing at the National Air & Space Museum! July 16 – 20

Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins pose in front of the Columbia at the National Air and Space Museum in 1979. Photo credit: National Air and Space Museum/Smithsonian Institution

Are you a space program fan like I am? Would you love to reminisce and experience the Apollo 11 mission to the moon up close? Would you like to share this experience with your kiddos? Then this celebration is for you! Celebration Details The National Air and Space Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary of […]

Refreshing Review: Walt Disney World Hacks Susan Veness

Walt Disney World Hacks by Susan Veness Photo credit: Denedriane Dean

{I partnered with the author for the review of this book. All opinions expressed are my own…enjoy!} One of my favorite Disney travel authors has done it again! Susan Veness, author of The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World series, has released her newest offering, Walt Disney World Hacks. This one is chock full of […]