INFOGRAPHIC: “Did You Know?” Halloween Facts –Costumes Megastore

Note from Kathleen: It’s October 1, time to start the Halloween Celebrations at my house! I thought the below infographic would be the PERFECT way to start off the month. Planning to attend a special Halloween party in 2012? Are you ready to savor some of the mouth-watering chocolate candies? It’s time to decide your… Read More »

Earth Hour 2010 – Mar 27 8:30pm

It’s that time again. Time to show our support for being more environmentally friendly, to reduce our electricity usage for just one hour this saturday. Earth Hour has been such a success around the world, why wouldn’t you want to participate? Earth Hour and WWF would like me to share some information with you: 5… Read More »

Family Literacy Day

As you may or may not know, today was Family Literacy Day in Canada. I fully intended to post earlier so you could do something to celebrate but today was a bit crazy so instead I share what we did today. This year’s theme is Sing for Literacy to increase awareness of how singing helps… Read More »

World Creativity and Innovation Week

I always find out about these things a little late. World Creativity & Innovation Week is April 15-21 (which means it already started) So let’s take a moment to reflect on creativity/innovation. Without Creativity and Innovation we wouldn’t have many of the objects we use everyday. I could name off everything we use but just… Read More »

National Reading Month (and Leapfrog)

I just wanted to let you all know that I pledge to read at least 20 minutes a day for the month of March to my children over here at the Leapfrog site. I think it’s a great idea to celebrate National Reading Month. Also, if you check out this post on Bookroom Reviews (which… Read More »

September 20 is Puppy Mill Awareness Day

Do you know what a Puppy Mill is? You should. A puppy mill is the equivalent of a factory farm for dogs” – For the rest, go here. Puppy Mill Awareness Day is actually and American “holiday” but Puppy Mills isn’t exclusively American by any means so it’s important for us all to know… Read More »