Remembering Oklahoma City 20 Years Later

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5 Low Tech Tips For Monitoring Your Kid’s High Tech Life

For those of us in our 40s with kids who are on the cusp of becoming teens, when it comes to social media and the online world of teens we are, in some ways, our parents. All those times we said we’d do things differently, and tried really hard not to hear the words of […]

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National Sibling Day for An Only Child

She stopped asking for a brother or sister. It’s been years since she’s said anything, really. But when she was little, every once in awhile BabyGirl would look at me and ask. After a few times I’m sure she knew the answer but she’d ask anyway. Evidently April 10th is National Sibling Day. Most likely […]

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14 Awesome Ways Anyone Can Use Meerkat or Periscope

Live streaming video just came to our phones in the form of Meerkat (currently available only for iOs) and Twitter-owned Periscope (available for iOS and Android). Launched first, Meerkat had its big coming out party at South by Southwest. It was quickly downloaded by celebrities and non-celebrities alike. Periscope followed close behind and has its […]

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Upon Leaving the Red Tent

There comes a time in a woman’s life where things change. After several decades of dealing with “that time of the month”, for most women of a certain age that time never comes one month. Then two. And you know you’re not pregnant. But the first time it happens you’re jolted and your mind zips […]

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Ultimate Passover Pins For A Delicious Seder

OK, perhaps not the ultimate list of all things Passover but it’s a great start to finding recipes, crafts, and things about Passover that aren’t the same ol’ thing. Most of us have all the traditional recipes for Passover. But, what we really want are new things that others have tried and know work. I […]

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8 Words: Why I Never Text and Drive

I am a member of the Online Mom Influencer Group. This post is part of a lifestyle experience of sharing about mobile technology. I’ve watched so many texting and driving videos I could probably identify them from the opening image. For years we, adults, have been bombarded with the “don’t text and drive” message. It […]

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Join the Listerine 21-day Challenge For Healthier Teeth and Gums

Disclosure: I received LISTERINE® Brand products and a Walgreens gift card from Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. and The Motherhood as part of my participation in the LISTERINE® 21-Day Challenge. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own. I hope you will join me! My seemingly abnormal love of Listerine […]

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Ignore Those Who Say Differently And Take Your Kids On Vacation

At the end of January I saw an article on Facebook about travel destinations you shouldn’t take kids. I didn’t think much of it because I agree that there are just some places you shouldn’t travel with kids. I would never think of taking my daughter to a popular spring break destination during spring break. […]

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My Hair Does Not Define My Beauty #LoveYourCurls

  Few people know I have curly hair. I just don’t wear my hair that way too often. And I do my best to keep it straight. Although I am very low maintenance when it comes to my hair, the fact is I almost always blow dry my hair. If I know I’m not going out I […]

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