Monthly Archives: October 2012

It’s Nearly Time for NaNoWriMo

I’ve been busy teaching students at my son’s elementary school about NaNoWriMo. Beginning in November, they’ll join me in attempting to write a novel. More about my experience in the classroom is here in a guest post I wrote for … Continue reading

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Using what you’ve got

One thing I didn’t mention in this post about the many benefits of our eat-at-home month: I became much more adept at using what we have in our fridge. Typically I am the type of cook that looks at a … Continue reading

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The Great Eat At Home for a Month Experiment

As I mentioned in my last post, for the month of September we decided, as a family, to challenge ourselves to eat every meal at home. I’m happy to report: we did it! My sons are even happier to report … Continue reading

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