We dreamed about golden stationary, looked at how to write a killer cover letter and indulged in some chocolate via the Mystery Chocolate Box!
With summer in full swing, we've been out and about instead of feeding our souls with cinema, but we did get some fashion ideas with this month's cinema style looking at the classic Pat and Mike.
As school wrapped up, I found myself shifting full throttle into preparing for my new job as a teacher for the next school year. I'll be taking classes all summer and this month it was on on Bibliotherapy, which is exactly what it sounds like- reading books about topics in the readers' life. Perhaps Le Petit Prince from this month's Dog-eared Page would be a good book choice for that, or one of Jane Austen's tomes, like we discussed here? I also helped with a kids' science camp, and when not working furiously for kids and their education, we've been meeting up with old friends! My sister has been here and gone again, as have several friends. We went to a childhood friends' wedding (see what we wore here), another friend's bridal shower, and now I'm excited to see what blogger Jana Godin's wedding looked like too!
Amidst all the flurry of people coming and people going though, there was still time to slow down and enjoy the summer days. We talked about our daily rituals with this month's Q+A, got tips on how to wear a skirt, and I shared some ideas to make this summer even more special when suggesting in June, "Why Don't You... "
Do you believe in elves?
From the makers of the Lizzie Bennett Diaries comes- Emma Approved.
I want this summer style Little Tree's Maria is rocking
My mother's motorcycle
Cool movie posters
Should YA fiction only be for YA? Yes or No?
A good reminder for us bloggers from The Braided Bandit
Generation Grit plans to be the male version of American Girls. Do you think boy children need this?