Today I am sharing the piece I read in Listen To Your Mother Boulder 2016; it’s a story of my single parent years and my identity crisis as a mother. If you haven’t heard the news, this is the LAST year for Listen To Your Mother, and I am thrilled to be co-producing the grand […]
I woke up this morning ready to celebrate the wedding of my dear friend to a man she loves. I will be a bridesmaid in her wedding today, as well as sing four songs in the ceremony. As soon as I got out of bed, I felt joyful about the impending festivities. And then I […]
Here is a non-news flash for you: Marriage is hard. Some newbies may be a bit bewildered when they realize that committed relationships are not the magic elixir for all that ails you, but long-term couples have likely already come to this sobering realization. Some may shrug with resignation, others fight the urge to inflict bodily harm […]
Do you ever get distracted, um, in the sack? Look no further, here’s a great new (imaginary) treatment for distracted moms in bed!
Marriage isn’t always roses, vacations, and snuggling. Read the hilarious new book I Just Want to Be Alone for a humorous look at real married life.
The Brilliant Book Club is discussing The Good Mother Myth today: Has the myth of the “good mother” made an impact on your life?
Are you and your spouse/partner total opposites? My husband and I are. But somehow, in spite of that, we make sense together.
Have you heard the expressions “People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones,” or “The pot calling the kettle black”? This is the post where all judgment metaphors collide.
I share one of the most difficult choices I ever made, and how I am reminding myself to be proud of my non-traditional family and its unique history.
If I had a magic wand, I would add 4 more hours onto every day. I’ve discovered the secret to having it all, and all I would need to do is make the day longer…