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Shea Li

Shea Li is a student who has 2 horses, 2 dogs, 1 sugar glider, and a huge love of animals. She writes, rides a little, watches movies, plays League of Legends, and spends way too much time thinking about philosophy she doesn't understand.

5 Must-Have Board Games for Family Game Night

Is it a board game night at your house? If you’re looking for some ways to break up your weeknights or looking for some weekend fun (a board game tournament, perhaps?), these five board games are a great way to start your collection! If you’re lucky (or unlucky?) enough to be getting in some extra …

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3 Websites and Apps to Make Team Communication a Breeze

We hope this post on the best communication apps helps you out! Whether you need to coordinate with groups of friends or work colleagues, these should help! In this day and age getting a hold of someone is often as easy as knowing someone’s Facebook, Skype, or phone number. But for large groups that require …

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5 Ideas for a Social Distancing Game Night

These are some great suggestions for online games with friends, perfect for those friends who don’t live near each other or those times when you need to practice social distancing! Social distancing need not destroy game night, and while there’s a few games that are definitely better in person I have a few recommendations up …

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Period Products: Choosing the Right One for You

Calling all active uterus owners, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that chances are you’ve experienced a period (or menstrual cycle) before. Wow, aren’t we lucky? At the risk of sounding incredibly cheesy I’m going to say, “Let’s get real.” The average modern day female is going to go through approximately …

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By Women for Women: Five Great “Thinking” Novels

These beautifully written novels all come from outstanding female authors. What an incredible way to celebrate womanhood in your book club, as a gift to a friend, or just a weekend of reflection on your own.  Powerful Books from Female Authors This post contains affiliate links meaning purchases made through included links may result in …

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College on the Horizon? Here’s What You Need to Know

Most people spend their spring break doing spring cleaning, relaxing, going to the movies, or going to Cancun; my family visited four colleges in four different states. All in all, I’ve visited nine campuses from Grinnell (in a tiny town Grinnell, Iowa with an undergrad population under 2,000) to University of Texas Austin (in Austin, …

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You’re on YouTube! How to Find Family-Friendly Content

Chances are, if you’re reading this article you aren’t new to the internet. And YouTube is right up there with Netflix for things to keep you up at night. But if you’re still as overwhelmed and curious as I am about finding new channels and navigating this strange new world, here are some things to …

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