The Tipping Point ~ The Roots

The Tipping Point ~ The Roots

It's a quixotic collection Maven tracks: Star I Don't Care Boom!

  • I have to confess---this is my book. So naturally I think it's a good book but so do a lot of other moms (and dads). It's my guide for surviving the dangerous waters of elementary school for parents. Perfect guide for back to sch... I have to confess---this is my book. So naturally I think it's a good book but so do a lot of other moms (and dads). It's my guide for surviving the dangerous waters of elementary school for parents. Perfect guide for back to school or anytime you feel like you need a dose of sanity.

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  • Back in 1988, when I first watched Beetlejuice as a kid, it scared me because things just jumped out at you unexpectedly. Then after I watched it second time, I wasn't scared at all. But now...whenever I watch this movie, it a... Back in 1988, when I first watched Beetlejuice as a kid, it scared me because things just jumped out at you unexpectedly. Then after I watched it second time, I wasn't scared at all. But now...whenever I watch this movie, it always made me smile. Why? I guess it has to do with my childhood. :-)

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  • At our house we use a lot of duct tape. Or rather, my son and I use a lot of duct tape. And, admittedly, sometimes it's just me using a lot of duct tape. My brand of choice is the Henkel "Duck" brand. It comes off the roll smoothl... At our house we use a lot of duct tape. Or rather, my son and I use a lot of duct tape. And, admittedly, sometimes it's just me using a lot of duct tape. My brand of choice is the Henkel "Duck" brand. It comes off the roll smoothly, rips easily (if you prefer a rip) and is as strong or stronger than you would expect duct tape to be, even on regular duct-type jobs (it's not just another pretty face). Furthermore? It comes in a rather dizzying variety of bright colors, my favorite of which is Chrome (shown here), in part because you'd barely recognize it as duct tape unless you held it in your hand and pulled a strip off and taped the side panel of the microwave back on with it. We use it for crafts like making journals and camera cases and flip-flops, but we also use it for the everyday duct-taping tasks (did you know you can tape ducts with duct tape?... it's true!). Meanwhile, I'm pretty sure this is the stuff that is holding the internet together. If your connection is running slow lately, I recommend this stuff. It won't make it go any faster, but you'll have something to play with while you download season two of Robin Hood.

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  • This small pad was one of the first products I received as a ThisNext maven. Review: I have used this notbook for everything from jotting down notes and numbers to a food diary and my final decision is --- it's a small noteboo... This small pad was one of the first products I received as a ThisNext maven. Review: I have used this notbook for everything from jotting down notes and numbers to a food diary and my final decision is --- it's a small notebook like any other. The one bonus that does come in handy is the cord that binds the notebook together. This means when I throw it in my purse or stuff it in my jacket pocket the pages don't get all bent out of shape. Other than that ... it's just well, paper. I just noticed a weekly planner made by this company recommended by this user. I'd love to get my hands on one of those!!

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