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Dear Teen-aged kids…

Dear Teen-Aged Kids, I have always told you that some things in our lives as a family will change, and some things will stay the same.  The one thing that will always be same, (all together now…) is that we

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Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Not. Me.

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Apparently my husband and children, that’s who. And Spongebob Squarepants. If you thought I didn’t understand ‘the Cougar thing,’ you can only imagine where I land on this one. For those of

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The fort, and other maternal contradictions.

Like many busy working moms, I do a lot of pretending like the state of my house doesn’t bother me- that I’ve ‘let it go,’ because ‘something had to give,’ and so it was my need for a tidy, clean,

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One beautiful thought

I typically rage against popular brand stuff and refuse to wear brand names that show on my clothes, even though my favorite designer routinely tries to sneak it into the design. But, allow me a moment to just plain gush

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Happy not my birthday to ME!

When I launched my own practice nearly a year and half ago, I started on a networking binge to build my contacts, and to find a place in the business community locally. For decades, my work had taken me around

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This is meant for you. Yes, you.

My sister, Renee, posted a wonderful story about a young woman who hand-wrote anonymous letters of encouragement, kindness and warmth to strangers, then quietly placed them all over New York City- on car windshields, in bicycle baskets, libraries, and coffee

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Today, I won.

This is a blog written by my sweet friend of many, many years, who has struggled with her weight since I have known her. She is exploring the possibility of gastric bypass surgery– and courageously offers us a glimpse into

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