The Valentines are still gobbling up the last of their sweet treats. C’mon Mommies, who can't resist those yummy chocolate marshmallow hearts? Even I can admit that! In all seriousness, we are about to officially land on that sunny, exciting journey that steers our helpless hands to a never-ending path of pigging out. The “Spring” time of year is about to begin, when … [Read more...] about Tips to Taming Springtime Food Flings
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Nothing beats childcare as a bore-everyone-to-tears parenting subject. Long wait-lists; caregiver-child ratios; the pros and cons of in-home versus institutional care; the prevalence of germs; late fees; how to certify employees.When that positive pregnancy test sent you over the moon, did you ever think your joy would be reduced to this?When it comes to childcare, the … [Read more...] about The Most Important Senate Bill You’ve Never Heard Of
After I finished reading the New York Times bestselling book, The Obamas, by Times reporter Jodi Kantor, I came to this not-so-pretty conclusion: It sucks to be the first lady. Wait . . . let me add a caveat or two: If you are a woman who a) has ambition b) is educated c) has a profession that you like d) want to actively be engaged in public policy issues (and have the … [Read more...] about Is Being First Lady the Worst Job in the World?
There are many practical reasons for going green. Not only can you help to protect the Earth's environment, but you can also do your part to conserve energy. Going green is also a sensible economic move. By building an eco-friendly home, you can improve the quality of the indoor air you breathe, as well as save energy dollars on the green investments that you make. In addition, … [Read more...] about How to Build an Eco-Friendly Home