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How to keep kids busy for hours (while you work from home)

Last week I shared some great activities you could do with your kids while you’re stuck at home. But there’s only so much time you can spend with the tikes before you need a few minutes to yourself. So this week, I’ve created a list of ideas that will keep them occupied for hours so you can get some work done… or just pee in peace. 😉(Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. They’re provided for your convenience and don’t cost you anything, but I earn a small commission if you go on to make a purchase. Thank you. Read… Onwards! ->

At-Home Activities To Keep Kids Occupied During Coronavirus

Coronavirus got you stuck inside with the smallies? Here are some simple activities to keep them occupied.

School’s out for summer the foreseeable. All of a sudden your house is full of the little’uns again and you may be wondering how you’re going to keep them occupied for weeks on end… and save your sanity in the process.Well never fear, I have a list of fun activities (plus a free ‘activity square’) that will keep young kids busy while we’re all “social distancing” and the world battles Coronavirus. Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

Book Nook: February 2020

February 2020 Book Nook | Book reviews | Goodreads reading challenge 2020

I’m a bit disappointed in myself this month because I started slipping back into my old ways of continuing with books even though I wasn’t totally captivated by them.Thankfully, though, I did eventually catch myself and ended up abandoning a book halfway through. And a good thing too because it meant I could round out the month on a high note! Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

Book Nook: January 2020

January 2020 Book Nook | Book reviews | Goodreads reading challenge 2020

One of the biggest outcomes from last year’s ambitious reading goal is that I now have a lower tolerance for books I’m not enjoying. If I start one and it’s not floating my boat, I simply set it aside and move on. That’s not to say I don’t still occasionally suffer from “Optimistic Reader Syndrome” though, where I like to believe a book will be redeemed by its ending. And sadly, as you’re about to see, I’ve already succumbed to it. Onwards! -> Onwards! ->