There are exciting new projects to take place here at TNN with the return of The Nerdy Nanny herself and we cannot wait to show you what we have in store…
For those of you who missed the update – The Nerdy Nanny is moving. As in ‘I’, Eve Daniels, am moving. To Sweden. In the middle of a Pandemic. To start Grad School. Right now. Yeah, so that’s a thing. As this article is being published I will have already boarded a plane filled with hundreds of other people and […]
Do you resentfully like photos of perfectly designed and colorful Bullet Journals on Instagram? Are you desperately trying to get organized or keep on track with your plans and goals but every single system seems to inevitably fail? Did you read the title and laugh? Good Enough. Meet your new Planner.
For many, the last time they saw the inside of a classroom was March. As we are fast approaching August, that is very nearly six months since schools first began shutting down. But with new cases once again on the rise and a resurgence putting vulnerable populations at risk, what does that mean for schools?
Supporting creators of color isn’t just about reducing inherent roadblocks to success and systemic bias for creators, it’s also about opening yourself up to more diverse and incredible content.
I had planned to write about summer reading recommendations this week, but some things take priority. Right now there are a lot of scary and very intense things happening in the news all across the country and they are not likely to go anywhere anytime soon. As with most things, our kids pick up on more of what is going […]