The battle to save Net Neutrality is here again—I’m so tired of worrying about it every. single. month. Remember the dial-up days? That’s what we’re looking at if we lose Net Neutrality in the United States. The internet stops being available in one fell swoop of a package and becomes like cable/satellite providers—do you want social media with that? […]
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Janie and Jack has a new holiday collection inspired by seasonal celebrations that I’m finding utterly adorable. Kids’ clothes are cute, sure, but this collection allows for a mothers’ outfits to complement their daughters’ (or, of course, daughters’ outfits to complement their mothers’)…and a plethora of other opportunities?? […]
When I was in school, we had Accelerated Reader Tests, or ARTs. I did them one year before backing out and stopping: I didn’t enjoy reading the books within my eighth grade level; I preferred the young adult/new adult mystery fiction novels by Lois Duncan (RIP) on a shelf in my journalism teacher’s room more. […]