It was the election that started it. I was starting to feel physically ill from clicking on every article that appeared in my Facebook newsfeed, from my pre-post-during debate night anxiety, from the virtual arguments I saw cropping up in comment threads, and from my own fear for our country. I couldn’t look away, and […]
Oh, you guys. This year has been a ride so far. In the good ways, in the bad ways . . . mostly right now I’m hung up on the bad ways. I’ve been a pretty terrible blogger these past few months, so please accept my apologies. And if you’ve missed me and are putting […]
June 19th was my “blogiversary,” as we bloggers grandly refer to it. The day after Father’s Day 2012, I sat down and wrote my very first blog post, “Father’s Day: Celebration of Family or Ironic Joke?” about our holiday at the Renaissance Festival. Interestingly enough, we did the exact same thing yesterday: we schlepped our […]
It’s time for your annual professional conference again, and although you’ve been attending for several consecutive years, it’s a distinct possibility that you’ve blocked out the perplexing phases of this intense weekend of learning and personal growth. While many attendees remain entirely unconscious of this phenomenon, there are five clearly documented stages of conference […]
Self promotion is a difficult thing for many writers, and many women, to do. It makes me uncomfortable. But today- I’m doing it! Welcome to my new site!
I want to be a writer when I grow up- it’s been my dream since I was a child. Find out more about my writing process!
The HerStories Project unveils the contributors to our upcoming book about friendship breakups, My Other Ex, to be released in September.
Once again, I can no longer deny the fact that my life has fallen too far out of balance. Do you struggle to stay balanced?
Here’s what’s been happening around these parts for the past few weeks: Last Monday I did a guest post for my friend Jen’s super-cool website Raised on the Radio. I wrote about my life’s soundtrack, and how music takes me back in time. Read My Auditory Time Machine. The HerStories Project wants to join […]
I’m introducing my new series- ParentzBop, an opportunity for YOU to rewrite your favorite songs from your perspective as a parent! Come see what it’s all about… and start brainstorming lyrics!