p first this year is a sweet historical fiction that published last October, but made it into my hands at the end of the year. I'm not usually a fan of historical fiction, but I gobbled this one up!Read More
Even though Fall is in FULL swing here in the Midwest, I'm throwing it back to some of my sweet summertime reads with today's review!
I found Sarah Dessen's stories as a Freshman in high school, and her books were everything I needed as a teen.
An original Halloween poem, with just enough spook to keep you on your feet.
October 13th, 2016
A spooky poem for this Halloween season, resurrected from the poetry grave.
October 16th, 2016
A poetic response to all that's going on in the world today.
An original poem.
September 29th, 2017
As September rolls in, Summer really feels on the way out. I often struggle a bit during this season change because I love summer with every fiber of my being, but I also feel the same way about Fall. If I could enjoy each of those seasons for about six months I'd be one happy gal.Read More
When we started our August round of the Whole30, I had fleeting thoughts that we'd never make it. Now, here we are on day 30, four weeks of a nutritional reset behind us, and I couldn't be more ready to move forward with the reintegration process!Read More
Here I am rounding out week 3 of my Whole30, and friends, I couldn't be more ready to continue with my whole #CaitGoesPaleo plan. I had *planned* on writing short, weekly updates to share my journey with you this month, but I started back at school last week (I'm a high school teacher) so needless to say, I've been a little busy getting back into the swing of things.Read More
Where does one begin when starting a Whole30? It can be daunting, I know. Even though I’ve completed one whole round, it’s still a huge undertaking. But what seems hard at first starts to be old hat by week two, and honestly, the more you prep, the easier your 30 days will be.Read More