It’s an ungodly hour – 5 am – made more so by the fact it is Saturday. I hate waking up on Saturdays. And Sundays, actually. So this must mean I have to do something – and something good that is making me get up. Do I have to drive to away soccer game? No, it’s home this week. It’s better. I’m going to NYC . . . → Read More: Getting Gorgeous
Okay, not everything, but almost everything to hear my mother tell it anyway. My mom is a legendary neat freak (hmm…doesn’t that skip a generation or something?) and she is almost, but not quite, as committed to hydrogen peroxide as a fix-all as the mother in My Big Fat Greek Wedding was to Windex. Really.
Turns out that she is kind of right. I met . . . → Read More: Everything can be fixed with a little Hydrogen Peroxide
A Summer Called Angel chronicles the journey of author Sola Olu through the preenclampsia and premature delivery and treatment of her daughter, Angel. It is an honest and raw look at a very difficult time and I am honored to have the author write a guest post. An excerpt from the book: My journey into motherhood began with a siren-blaring, lights flashing ride to the . . . → Read More: Healing Through Writing by Sola Olu – A Guest Post
How do you get and stay organized? By asking better organized people how they manage. Use your phone – ask friends, search online. I found a really great suggestion from the Tyson® Any’tizers® Snacks “School Year Survival Guide” on Facebook. . . . → Read More: Three Ways to Keep Your Schedule Together