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I Ate A Pie

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Now if you’re dieting, and let’s face it a lot of people do diet, then you have to be wondering just how healthy those foods marked as diet friendly or healthy are. Or better yet whether they’re tasty!

Here at you are going to get reviews on those foods that are marked as diet or healthy. It’s always nice to have someone doing the legwork for… Continue reading

Yearbook Yourself

Friday, November 27th, 2009

I was not expecting to have as much fun on this site as I did. My cousin posted a couple of these Yearbook Yourself photos of herself and her mom. So out of curiosity I decided to try it out.

Then I couldn’t stop, I made one photo after another, and had a great time doing it! It was amazing how different you can make yourself look. You can go… Continue reading

Disapproving Rabbits

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

Every now and then I just need something cute in my life to cheer me up. Disapproving Rabbits certainly delivers the cuteness! The best way I can think of to describe them is to tell you to think of them like LOLcats only with disapproving serious faced bunnies with funny captions!

The page is setup blog style so all you have to do is scroll down the… Continue reading

The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

It’s coming up on the holidays and lots of people are going to be having guests over. If you’re one of those people who like to invite people over for a good holiday dinner, (as opposed to me who likes to go eat a good holiday dinner) do you remember to ask your guests if they have any food allergies? Nut allergies are one of the biggest ones you can… Continue reading

America By Air

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

I think it is safe to say that travel hasn’t been the same since the invention of the airplane. There are several ways to navigate the site. You can use the navigation strip across the top of the page or you can click around the main page.

The main sections are:

Fly Across America – in this section you can experience flight through different… Continue reading

Learning Games for Kids

Friday, November 20th, 2009

I love online games, but I really adore them when they combine learning and fun. These are elementary level games, designed specifically to help kids learn.

On the main page you’ll see the featured games, as well as, a side menu for navigation. The games are split up into categories. They are:

Educational Songs and Videos – here you’ll find songs and different kinds… Continue reading

Funny Typos

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Typos happen to the best of us. I know I’ve had my share. Whether I’m tired or sick, or just not paying attention – they happen. But that doesn’t make them any less funny when you discover them.

This site is devoted to funny typos from all over the world. I don’t remember the last time I’ve laughed so hard.

The site is setup… Continue reading

National Geographic: Redwoods

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

I’ll freely admit what lured me to this site was the fantastic photographs of the redwoods. I was happy to get to the site and find that there was so much more going on than just amazing photos.

There are five sections to really explore. They are:

Read the Story – here you will find twelve pages of

Macaroni and Cheese Recipes

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

One of my friends got married last summer, and has been trying to teach herself to cook. The other day she called me up and asked me if I had a good recipe for making macaroni and cheese. While I do have a good recipe, the instructions are a pinch of this, and a dash of that – not a problem for me since I grew up making it with… Continue reading


Monday, November 16th, 2009

This is a super fun, highly addictive game which of course means I have to share it with all of you!

The object of the game is to collect as many planets as you can without running into any of your replicas; as time passes more and more replicas spawn for you to avoid until a portal spawns to whisk you off to the next level.

The quicker you collect… Continue reading

Common Sense Media

Friday, November 13th, 2009

In a world where technology surrounds and is racing forward in a hurry it can be hard to stay on top of all the choices that are available for your kids. This site puts it all into perspective by offering parents advice and reviews of the media that is floating around in your kid’s stratosphere.

Whether you have a toddler or a preteen or a teenager this site has stuff… Continue reading

Organized Wisdom

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Here at Organized Wisdom you will find over 100,000 health topics, each one filled with tons of information that has been vetted by physicians and experts.

I personally love the layout of this site. I started my journey here by clicking the What is Organized Wisdom link beneath the search engine. It pops up and explains what the site is.

If you know what… Continue reading

The Why Files

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

I love this site! It goes into the science behind the news! On the main page you’ll find this week’s featured article and the article that was featured last week, as well as, links to other recent articles.

Also on the main page you’ll find the Curiosities section where you’ll find the answers to questions that people have asked. You’ll also find the Science Image section which you know I’m… Continue reading

Rules of Thumb

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

There are rules of thumb for virtually everything in your life; from advertising to crafting, from dancing to exercising, from the miscellaneous to marriage. This site captures all those rules of thumb in one place, so that you can find them easily!

On the main page you’ll find the Featured Rule of Thumb, a search engine, The Main Rules Collection (a category search engine), they also offer a desktop search… Continue reading


Monday, November 9th, 2009

Welcome to your portal into the past! On the main page you’ll select where you want to explore. Your options are: Near East, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Africa, and Ancient Americas.

Each section will take you back through history so that you can learn all about these civilizations. On each entry’s main page you’ll find an introduction to the civilization that you’ve selected.

Next you’ll… Continue reading

Group Card

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Are you in need of a card from the whole group? Well then this site has you covered. Whether you need a card for the whole office to sign for the boss’s birthday or for the family to sign for a beloved grandparent – you’ll find a great selection of free group cards at this site.

What I loved about this site is that the cards that… Continue reading

Top Ten Doctored Photos

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

Time brings you their top ten doctored photos throughout history. I found these to be fascinating! I had no idea that people doctored pictures as far back as the Civil War. Apparently photographers have always had a few tricks up their sleeves.

You’ll start out on the image from the Civil War, when you click the next button to continue forward you’ll see the un-doctored version of the image.

The… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Association – Brain Tour

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

Are you ready to go on a tour of your brain?

This site provides an amazing slideshow of how your brain works and then how
Alzheimer’s disease affects it.

There are seventeen slides in all. The first seven show how your brain works. I wish I had found those slides earlier so that I could have used them to study for my first psychology exam where we learned how… Continue reading


Monday, November 2nd, 2009

This site saved my life during a group project I had to do for one of my classes where we had to make a group presentation. It was impossible to make our schedules coincide so instead I went hunting for a solution. We were able to drop off each of our portions of the presentation so that I could put it together.
I recommend that you start… Continue reading

The Daily Overlook

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

I am a sucker for anything posted daily. Here you can get your daily dose of just about any kind of site you can imagine all in one place. It saves you a lot of bookmarking and lets you dive straight into whatever is fresh for today.

You’ll find news, cool sites, family, word, jokes, horoscopes, entertainment, money, shopping, reference, sports, and more. And they’re all just… Continue reading

Dog Tipper

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

This site is loaded with dog tips from dog lovers, as well as, cute pictures of dogs, dog news, and dog contests. You’ll find navigation along the top of the page, divided up into categories. The categories are:

Site Features – here you’ll find the dog tip of the day, pet pro profiles, and dogtipper contests! What I love about the dog tip of the day area is that it… Continue reading

Encyclopedia of Life

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

This is not your average encyclopedia. The Encyclopedia of Life is dedicated to collecting information about the known 1.8 million species, as well as, collecting data about any new species found.

My favorite way to get started is to just click one of the images on the scrolling explore bar. It is awesome to just dive in and explore a new species, or a species I’m curious about.

But if… Continue reading

Cross-Fit Kids

Monday, October 26th, 2009

CrossFit Kids

You might be asking yourself, “What is CrossFit?” and “How does it apply to kids?” Well, CrossFit is a style of fitness program that focuses on strength and conditioning across a wide range of styles combining gymnastics, weight lifting, and sprinting. It promotes cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, agility, balance, coordination, and accuracy.… Continue reading

Abraham Lincoln

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

The amazing thing about Flickr is the absolute gems you can find on there! The Library of Congress has posted some great photographs of Abraham Lincoln that anyone can view!

These photographs were posted in honor of the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth. There are now 22 images to view. The images range twenty years of Lincoln’s life so there are all different from each other.… Continue reading

Kid’s Audio Books

Friday, October 16th, 2009

When I was growing up audio books were a real treat to me. I can remember checking them out of our local library, and being sad when I’d gone through all the ones available at our branch. With the arrival of MP3’s on the scene, audio books became even easier to obtain and listen too. Here at Kid’s Audio Books you’ll find over 300 titles to download and enjoy with… Continue reading

The Adventures of CyberBee

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

This site is not only an amazing resource for teachers, but can be awesome for parents too! There’s plenty to do whether you’re taking your kids on an online treasure hunt or you’re finding resources to help your students learn more!

I love the online Treasure Hunts and Web Picks for parents. They’re a great way to surf the net with your kids, learn, and have fun… Continue reading

World War II

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Welcome to the Telegraph’s World War II site! They have compiled all of their articles on World War II, including any media they have, all in one place. This is a fantastic place to check out the history of World War II through primary and secondary sources.

The first section you run across is World War II As It Happened – below this heading you will find… Continue reading

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