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Kickstartable: Nerdy Words Valentines

While most people may be focusing on holiday shopping right now, there’s a Kickstarter campaign asking you to think about Valentine’s Day. Nerdy Words caught my eye this week, and I’m excited to share it with you. If you like science, love, and puns, these cards will be right you your alley.

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Kickstartable: Element Botanicals Project Make. More. Grow.

This week’s Kickstartable spoke to me because HELLO WINTER. As soon as the air turns cold, my skin turns dry and cracked. I am always looking for quality skin products that can up my moisture retention rate. Element Botanicals seems to have products that will fit that bill. Their Project Make. More. Grow. will help […]

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Kickstartable: The Circus

This week’s Kickstartable caught my eye as I was browsing. It’s a beautifully illustrate book of whimsy, and I do hope you’ll check it out. I asked author Sarah Kaufman a few questions about her project.

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Kickstartable: POCKETT Boutique

Readers who love functional fashion, take a closer look at this week’s Kickstartable. Leah Williams, founder & creative director of the POCKETT Boutique, is working to bring her vision of beautiful clothing with pockets to fruition. She took time out of her busy schedule (filled with a full-time job, family commitments, and starting POCKETT) to […]

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Kickstartable: The Nancy Drew Board Game

Dear Readers, if you ever read Nancy Drew books under your covers with a flashlight because you couldn’t wait to see how it ended, you are not alone. You will also love today’s Kickstartable. Created by 16-year-old Quincy MacShane, this game will appeal to Nancy Drew fans of all ages.

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Kickstartable: Orchard House – Home of Little Women: Documentary

Book lovers, you will love this week’s Kickstartable. Did you know that that the house where Little Women was set was a real home? And that it still exists? And that you can visit? I was able to ask Jan Turnquist, the executive director of Orchard House some questions about this week’s project: Orchard House […]

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Kickstartable: The People’s Girls

When this Kickstarter project was brought to my attention, I knew it was time to bring back the Kickstartable series. Here’s my interview with the team working on The People’s Girls, two brave women who are speaking out about a very important topic.

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Kickstartable: After Spring Documentary

Has Kickstarter jumped the shark? It seems like there are some projects, currently, that aren’t for art or invention or the greater good. I’m not here to talk about those today. Instead, I’m here to bring your attention to a project that is going to create a documentary that will take people inside the heart […]

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Kickstartable: Reading Rainbow on the Web

Raise your hand if you remember watching Reading Rainbow, or if the kids you babysat for did! Reading Rainbow is as iconic as Sesame Street or Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. I was excited when this Kickstarter was brought to my attention, because who doesn’t love LeVar Burton and Reading Rainbow? And yes, the theme song will […]

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Kickstartable- Art Therapy: The Movie

This week’s Kickstartable project is one that I think will appeal to many of you, dear readers. It’s got travel, it’s a got a good cause, and it’s someone who knows how to make movies. Add those three things together, and you’ve got Art Therapy: The Movie. 

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Kickstartable: Little Moon God

This week’s featured project is Kaitlin Reid’s “Little Moon God” plush. These plush dolls are adorable. Don’t believe me? Check them out!

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Kickstartable: Eat Their Words — Cookies that Bite Back

It’s Thursday! This means that the weekend is only one sleep away AND that it’s time to feature another Kickstartable project.

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Kickstartable: A Documentary about Malnutrition in Uganda

This week’s Kickstartable project is a the production of a documentary called “From the Ground Up.” The project will specifically fund the editing of footage and creating a documentary that tells the story of Harvard students who are improving the lives of children suffering from malnutrition in Uganda.