Looking for a gift for that creative child, young adult or adult in your life? Check out Wreck This Journal.
My daughter LOVES her Wreck This Journal, so much she has more than one. She has been working in the same journal for over two years and continues to work in it, add new things, and change the cover of it often. Seriously, every time I see it laying around it has a different look on the cover!
Here are several reasons you should order one today:
It provides cheap entertainment for kids, literally, they run around the house looking for scraps, fruit stickers, used stamps, and gum to put in the journal.
It keeps kids busy for minutes, half-hours, hours and days at a time. Who doesn’t need an activity like that when it is 3* Farenheit?
It sparks creativity in all ages! I have watched my girls create things with their imaginations and sometimes wonder how they even thought of the things they wrote in their journal.
It’s inexpensive for the amount of fun that is to be had with the book.
The girls and I would love to hear how you or the recipient of a Wreck This Journal liked the gift, comment below and tell us all about it.
From The Gravel Road-
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For those of you that have been my friends on social media, you may remember the days of my blog Just A Mom Giving It A “Tri”. If so, I hope you are as excited as I am for this new adventure with Tails From The Gravel Road. Hopefully, everyone understands my play on words with “tails” instead of “tales.” My plan for this blog is to share:
- the funny and sometimes “not so funny” stories of farm life
- health and wellness
- life at the Schmitt house (recipes, tips, tricks, parenting)
- personal development
-my wellness journey
Since the last time I wrote on Just A Mom Giving It A Tri there have been so many changes. At that time I was a stay at home mom, my husband always laughed when I told people I was a stay at home mom. The mileage on my vehicle told a little different story as I was leading fitness classes, Weight Watchers meetings, and the girls and I didn’t exactly stay home much. 🙂 In September of 2015, I had surgery as a result of my battle with crohn's disease. Now, I am working full time as a special education consultant and while I haven’t been blogging I have continued my writing (more on that soon.) I now find myself trying to find balance with work, home, marriage, farm life, parenting, life with crohn’s disease, and fitness. Lord knows it’s not easy, but I am still trying.
Thanks for joining me on this new adventure! I can’t wait to share more of what has been happening in the last few years and the years to come. Be sure to check out the other pages on the website in the menu above.