Today I drove through Starbucks and ordered a pumpkin spice latte. I felt a little bit less ashamed of myself driving through, because who knows who might have judged me if I’d actually been spotted ordering such an embarrassing specialty beverage in person? I mean, probably even the baristas look down upon people with such […]
Have you seen the “New Face of Motherhood?” According to a recent article on Elite Daily, “The New Face of Motherhood: Young, Cool Moms Who Are Totally Killing It,” Millennial moms have a lot of fantastic (universal!) qualities. You should go check it out. I’ll wait. It is sort of hard to tell if the […]
So much happens when you’re eight years old. Eight is a monumental, transitional year; here are my hopes for my eight year old.
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!
My daughter is quite a young entrepreneur, but it’s difficult to watch when some of her dreams don’t come true and her plans don’t turn out the way she’d hoped.
What did you learn from your Dad? Here are the things I’d like to tell mine this Father’s Day.
I am giving away three copies of the new book This is Childhood, from Brain, Child Magazine! Find out why I loved the book.
This spring break, my young daughters and I are hitting the road and driving across the midwest on an epic adventure. Find out why I’m risking the chaos and frustration to make the journey…
Are you a child of the 1980s? Do you think we had it better back then than our kids do now?
I am guest posting today at Raised on the Radio, sharing my experiences with how music has been a powerful force in my life. Can music transport you to another time and place?