My family and I spend a lot of time at the pool in the summer and we love it. And believe it or not – the pool will be open THIS WEEKEND. But there’s one issue – buying a bathing suit. I hate to get all stereo-typical female on you guys, but I despise doing MORE »
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You’ve probably heard about the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch making some charming statements about how he doesn’t want to sell his clothes to kids that aren’t cool, hot or “All-American” (whatever the hell that even means). Also, no females above a size 8 are allowed because clearly someone who wears a size 10 is MORE »
A couple of days ago, I wrote a post about a Mother’s Day project I’m working on. I worked with the brilliant women at Naughty Betty to create a series of Mother’s day eCards for the Real World. These cards are a funny look at what we all really want for Mother’s Day. We hope MORE »
Mother’s Day has bothered for me years. The “ideal” of what a Mother’s Day should be and the reality of it (in my experience) are widely divergent. My husband and kids are always wonderful to me on that day and I truly have no reason to complain. But something has always been missing for me MORE »
I met Ann Dolin, author of “Homework Made Simple“, last year on the set of a local TV show. She was the designated education expert, advising parents on placement testing. We chatted for a few minutes and exchanged info. A few weeks later, I started receiving her business’ newsletter. At first I rolled my eyes MORE »
I’m sure by now you’ve read the viral email sent by a member of the Delta Gamma sorority at the University of Maryland. For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, it’s a profanity-laced missive sent to all the members of the chapter berating them for doing a bad job interacting with the fraternity MORE »
I just read Amber Dusick’s book “Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures” based on her award winning blog of the same name. It was wonderful. Buy it. If you can’t afford to buy it, you can borrow mine. Or I will personally call up the folks at your local library and tell them they need to MORE »
I love the University of Michigan. The day I was admitted there changed my life for the better in ways I can’t even imagine. I met my husband there (while waiting tables at The Brown Jug). I received a degree there that has enabled me to work in my chosen profession consistently for the past MORE »
I’m not an expert. I’m a highly distractable, over-wrought moron who has written a blog for a couple of years. You can read my full disclaimer and my checklist for whether or not you should start blogging right here. The purpose of the last post was to help folks figure out if they SHOULD start MORE »
Eric Ruhalter is a wordsmith, or as he describes himself “a Lexiconnoisseur” which means – “A lover of words.” In fact “Lexiconnoisseur ” isn’t even a real word, it is made up (by Eric). So technically, he is a maker-upper of words. He does this professionally, which awesome because who knew that was even a MORE »