So you’ve tried all sorts of teas in your teatime—teas from fruit, teas with flowers, teas made out of leftovers, and teas in all different colors. But have you sampled spicy teas? Popular in places like India and Morocco, spicy teas add a fun challenge to your teatime routines. Read on a for a host of options to set your taste buds tingling.
It’s always fun to grab a stack of poetry books and dig in, but writing your own poetry is equally exciting! If you haven't written a poem before, never fear. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be talking about some myths about writing poetry, steps for actually writing a poem, tips for editing your poems, and a whole lot of poetry prompts. For today, let’s take a look at some myths about writing poetry!
February 9 marks the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. The games will last most of the month of February, so what better time to bundle up, brew some tea, and read some winter olympic-themed poetry!
We hope everyone is bundled up from the cold outdoors! As the snowflakes fall gently in crisp or slushy or powdery layers on the ground, it’s the perfect time of year to celebrate snow in your Poetry Teatime. Read on for ideas about writing snowflake-shaped poetry, comparing poems about snow, and singing your poetry aloud!
Have you felt the exhaustion and busyness of the holiday season yet? Feeling stretched and worn out? For today’s Poetry Teatime, try out the practice of mindfulness. Take a deep breath. Slow down. Focus on the moment. Relax your mind and pay attention to the small things for a restful teatime.
Lions, tigers, and dragons, oh my! In today’s teatime, we’ll take a journey to distant lands, where “here there be dragons” and magic lurks around every cup of tea. So gather your golden coins, prepare your riddling powers, and breathe in the curls of steam from the visiting dragons!
It’s currently cold season, when sniffles and runny noses abound! Grab your tissue box and set some water to boil for today’s teatime featuring all sorts of teas and snacks to help you feel better.
So you’ve had your teatime for the week. You’ve sipped tea, enjoyed some poems, and all you have left are a few crumbs and a lot of soggy teabags. What next? Before you throw out the mess, check out this post for some creative ways you can use your teatime leftovers!