For once, I’m glad to see that March is on its way out. It’s been a rough month for our family (though we’ve still been blessed in many ways), and we’re looking forward to a fresh month in April.
IDEA: Institute for Democratic Education in America
In Like a Lion
Say No to Rape as a Weapon
(Of course, I maintain that we say no to anything as a weapon, but that’s just me.)
The Primitive Stirrings of Motherhood
The Joy of Taking Children to the Theater
Help the citizens of St. Louis travel to work (and elsewhere) each day by voting yes on Prop A next Tuesday. To find out more, please read below.
Transportation Job Market
Prop A to Effect St. Louis Transportation Jobs
Student Labor Action Week
Construction Job Market
If Jesus Were Alive, He’d Be Laid Off
Trader Joe’s Gets a Little Greener
Green Voters League
Help Protect Disappearing Coral
And here’s Creative Copy Challenge #27. I hope you’re enjoying these and planning to take part!
Some posts for today…
Retail Job Market
Retail Jobs Up and Down Across the Country
Health Care Job Market
The Present and Future of Healthcare Jobs
And a new Creative Copy Challenge (I just love this site!):
By the way, April is the month of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo), Script Frenzy, and Karine’s April Art Challenge, all things that I really want to take part in… Not so sure it’s doable, but I’m going to give it a try!
I’ve also been keeping up with the monthly Creative Experiments at Daisy Yellow. Her ideas are just amazing! I highly recommend taking part, even if you only do a couple of challenges, because they will make your day richer and give your brain the novelty it craves.
That is, life without light! It’s amazing how many things we take for granted in modern life. How about we spend a little more time in the dark–and if not to save a little bit on our energy bills or for the environment, then for some perspective.
Living to Do
Spend Some Time in the Dark
Alternative Ideas for Easter Baskets
March is American Red Cross Month
Imaginiff: A Board Game That’s Anything But Boring
It will probably fail to surprise anyone that there is arsenic in our apple juice; after all, we’ve known about the arsenic in our water for years. But it turns out that apple juice has far greater amounts than the average water sample–and the FDA could really care less.
Health Food Talk
Waiter, There’s Arsenic in My Apple Juice
Ostara Activities for Children and Families
Horror Book Club
Cirque Du Freak
United States of Tara Makes Light of Suicide