Are you a literature abuser?

Recognize the signs and gain control. :-)
Literature Abuser

Cafe Press

Tons of funny, cute and pretty designs for t-shirts, mugs, clocks, tote bags, etc. that promote speech-language pathology and communication. I can't honestly say that I've purchased anything here yet, but I really WANT to make a purchase! Maybe someone will see this and buy me the "Speech Depot" t-shirt for Christmas. I can only hope!
www.cafepress.com

Goodreads.com

http://www.goodreads.com/
It's like wasting time on facebook, but with a purpose! If you love books and you love to read, goodreads.com is a great website for you. Be sure to check out the "explore" section with trivia, book give aways, quotes and more!

Pinterest

Who doesn't know about Pinterest? Although I'm not thrilled that Pinterest has decided what I should look at (promoted pins, pins they select for me...please stop!), I do still use it to collect (or curate ...how's that for snazzy vocabulary?) all sorts of finds from decorating ideas to SLP and SLPA resources. Follow my boards for vocabulary, CCSS, SLP, SLPA, or whatever else you find interesting!
Jennifer's SLPA Pinterest Board

Words and Phrases to Avoid
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/plague.htm
OK, so this isn't really "fun," but it is an interesting list of words and phrases that should be avoided in writing, and we SLPs do a lot of writing!