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How to Choose the Right…Glue!

How many sticky situations have you found yourself in? Probably more than you can count, right? But you know what’s worse than finding yourself in a sticky situation? Finding yourself in a situation that’s in serious need of more sticky! In this edition of “How to Choose the Right,” Team Shoplet is here to help [keep reading…]

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A Few Back to School Essentials & Homework Tips

Let’s talk school supplies and homework tips: Ball Point Pens and Highlighters Use color ball point pens or highlighters to color code your notes! Color-coding, hi-lighting, and underlining are important habits for your child to acquire when reading important, school-related material. Studies have consistently proven that students who study with color coded notes score higher [keep reading…]

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How to Keep & Love a Notebook

Because, secretly, we all really wanna be as cool as Harriet the Spy! With a notebook, you have the power to record any idea, thought, new-found philosophy, goal, vision, artistic impulse, etc. that pops into your fabulous, brilliant mind! 1) Keep it Neat! …Or, at least, attempt to keep it neat. Organic, handwritten notebooks are [keep reading…]

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Tips for How to Pack an Interesting School Lunch

This year is about being creative! Follow these tips to turn a boring lunch into a fun meal your kids will enjoy. Tips: 1)  Get colorful: Your kids might be more interested in eating healthy foods if they look pretty! Pick colors that pop and make healthy eating look like fun 2) Get creative with shapes: [keep reading…]

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How to Choose the “Write” Pen

Hi! My name is Diana Regal and I’m new to Shoplet’s blog-universe, but I’m liking it so far, so good! A lil’bit about myself: I just sheared off most of my hair so that I can look more like Michelle Williams (that’s not working too well, but I’m managing) and I, like most of the [keep reading…]

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timeEdition : My Work from Home Best Friend

I don’t usually share a lot about my working life because it’s different everyday and sometimes involves a baby in one arm. Before she was born, I would keep track of my hours each day in my mind. I usually worked somewhere between 4-8 hours a day and I tried to do that all in [keep reading…]