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Tanya Bush

Tanya Bush

Muscat, OM
Fourth grade teacher. Mother. Wife. Aspiring fashion designer. In no particular order.

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01Oct

While I love the Chromebook, I'm worried that the Samsung edition is not very robust. I can't imagine it surviving very long in a schoolbag! The ...

01Oct

Chromebook laptops rely heavily on internet connectivity and can therefore become an expensive brick at the worst of times. I also imagine her ...

01Oct

Thanks for sharing. Times like this when you wish this parenting game came with instructions on the back of the box. Firstly: _he was checking out a ...

30Sep

This ipotty is too much; too commercial and I wish I had thought of it. This is the way things are going and I know that I would use it if granny ...

30Sep

Putting a pen and paper in front of a kid and asking them to write to a stranger out of the blue would probably be met with utter confusion. Ask them ...

30Sep

I am a recovering alcoholic, and I probably drink too much coffee. The difference is that I can decide to drink less coffee, and I often (though ...

30Sep

Would you recommend Samsung Chromebook for a 11th grader?

30Sep

I know this approach is valuable and to be ...

30Sep

I think this is the cutest stress therapy because it has - puppies! Few Canadian and Scottish universities have 'puppy rooms' (yes, it's a room full ...

30Sep
Any good recipe apps for cheap, healthy student meals?

This is perfect. Thanks!

30Sep

I don't know about apps, but there's a totally fantastic website and YouTube channel, SortedFood ([http://sortedfood.com](http://sortedfood.com)), ...

27Sep

I thought that adults always knew the right answer. Now as an adult I realise that I don't.

02Sep

Any good recipe apps for cheap, healthy student meals?

02Sep

We LOVE reading! We have two very different children though: * our girl child read the entire series of Harry Potter by age 6. She is slightly ...

30Aug

Yes you download many 123 rhymes and ABCD with phonics play for the baby he/she will learn from that.My baby boy 17 months now hae can count 123 up ...

29Aug

I think it depends on your daughter. If worrying about her cycles is giving her a headache, and she keeps getting caught out, then I would encourage ...

29Aug

Oh my god, I totally get this campaign! It makes me so mad watching my kids' eyes drift downward while I'm mid-sentence. They do it too each other ...

29Aug

It's a stupid name for a common, modern phenomenon. [Phubbing is 'the act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of ...

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