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Busy. The Universe. Guest Posts.

Whenever I sit down to try and write a blog post lately, the words come out like the title of this post – choppy, incoherent, and scattered. (More than usual. :) That’s because I’m so…

…busy.

As promised in my To-Don’t post, so far I haven’t taken on any new projects in 2012. But I do …

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Changes and Feedback

I’m planning on making some formatting changes to the Frugal Fun Ottawa events calendar, and to the blog’s weekend updates. Before I do anything drastic, I’d love to get your input on the current format. If you have any comments or feedback, positive or negative (I can take it!), please leave a comment below or email …

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So I May Have Overreacted…

I was at the park with B.G. and Bonhomme the other day, pushing Bonhomme on a swing and watching B.G. as she flitted about from the swings, to the slide, to the play structure, and back again. She was about to lift her bum onto a swing when a boy who appeared to be about her age ran by …

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Two Birds, One Stone

I’ve put together a very short survey (only 4 questions) for frugalfish readers. I’ve been wondering about a couple of things for a while now, and figured this might be the best way to gather some information. 

First, since I don’t use Feedburner to manage my RSS feed, I have no idea how many people have …

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Diagnosis: You’ve Got a Kid in Kindergarten

B.G. and I have had a rough fall and winter. One or the other of us has been sick since about mid-November. We’ve been through the stomach flu (twice), so many colds I’ve lost count, strep throat, bronchitis, and ear infections. B.G. even had scarlet fever. (When people hear about that, they ask “Wasn’t scarlet fever eradicated in the eighteen hundreds?” Nope, it’s actually still …

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