Catching Up: Our News from Around the Web
I am so excited to share with you some of what I have been up to lately that you may have missed. I am grateful to be involved in some exciting projects and don’t want you to miss out!
First of all, today Multicultural Kid Blogs published its first ever holiday gift guide – and it is beautiful! Be sure to visit to find innovative and fun products for your kids, as well as homemade gifts, family service projects, and organizations to support.
Speaking of holidays, earlier this week I had the pleasure of doing a post for Kid World Citizen. Monkey and I made a Unity Tree for the Bahá’í holiday the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh. It was a fun way to talk about unity in diversity, and how we can celebrate our differences since really we are all “leaves of one tree.”
I was also interviewed about the Bahá’í Faith by my friend at Learning to Be the Light as part of her Religion series. I was impressed by how thoughtful her questions were. It was a lot of fun!
My article on Interfaith Activities for Kids was published on the new website for the award-winning children’s magazine Brilliant Star. What an honor! I grew up reading this magazine!
Then just yesterday my dear friend at Mud Hut Mama included my piece on understanding water pollution in her Conservation Corner. Monkey and I had so much fun with this science experiment, and I was glad to support this wonderful series.
Finally, I shared kid-friendly allergen-free foods as part of Multicultural Meal Plan Mondays on Multicultural Kid Blogs.
So that’s our news! What have you been up to lately? Let’s catch up!
You are doing AMAZING things, Leanna, I love to see all the beautiful and wonderful resources and collaborations you are creating! As for me, ebook #2 out this month, ebook #3 out next month, and (hopefully) ebook #4 out in January. After that I’m going to be working on my full length book, which will probably take a whoooole lot longer… and then the crazy process of deciding whether to try to get it published or self publish etc. What a journey it all is, right? 🙂
Wow, Chelsea! I am just in awe of how your new website has blossomed and can’t wait to read the books! Such a valuable resource. And yes, what a journey! Just think how much has changed for both of us since I first left a comment on your blog not even two years ago, asking for advice about starting a blog 🙂
Thank you! We’ve been having fun!
My goodness you have been busy! Thank you so much for your Conservation Corner post and congratulations on being published at Brilliant Star – that is so exciting!! I am really looking forward to going through the multicultural gift guide. How do you juggle it all Leanna?
Lol my first response is “not very well”! I always feel like I have so many projects and only time to get to a few of them, but it’s good to step back sometimes and enjoy what *has* been accomplished.
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