primitive goals

I‘m at my happiest when I’m exploring, planning new adventures, learning new things. From taking my kids to an Ethiopian restaurant (still on the hunt for this) to signing up for an outdoor adventure ropes course. Our family has yet to make a list of adventures we’d like to take this year, but if we don’t make the list, I feel like we’re less likely to explore. I’m hoping that some are more personal adventures, or try-its, while others are more about making memories together.

Academy Awards will be here soon enough. Wondering if I should throw a little get together this year. I mostly enjoy doing it for the details and the appetizers. I likely won’t do it, mostly because I’d rather focus on writing. And if I choose to do anything else, it becomes everything. I do nothing half-assed.

While trying to attack my to-do list in this frigid weather, I have this go-to Netflix list of shows my kids have yet to watch…


The Croods’ Best Family Adventures

Every step out of the cave is a new adventure for The Croods. You can watch all of their pre-hysterical adventures now on Netflix.

Sandy Bugs In Mouth

Ep. 6: When Grug and Ugga go out on a date and leave the kids home alone, Eep throws the first-ever house party.

Grug Cheering

Ep. 11: Grug won’t let Eep join his winning team, so she forms her own group to play in history’s first sporting event.

Thunk Face Plant

Ep. 12: Because he is so stinky, Thunk pretends to be something he really isn’t.

Grug Crying

Ep. 13: When two things go missing in the middle of the night, Eep hunts for clues to solve the first mystery ever.


New on Netflix for Kids, Tweens, Teens and Families


Sofia the First – Season 2 (1/3)


Dragons: Race to the EDGE – Season 2 (1/8)

Degrassi S1 2x sdp

Degrassi: Next Class (1/15)

Soon I’ll post the films and shows I’ve been consuming lately.

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  1. Thanks ! What a great article, planning is necessary for all parts of life even in home and office. No matter writing down in daily dairy or marking on a sticky note on laptops etc. No doubt adventurous life is much more excited than normal life especially for kids , to discover and learning new things.

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