It’s October – there’s a chill in the air, the leaves are starting to change, pumpkin flavored everything has invaded every food establishment and grocery aisle – and it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Last year, my friend Shari Brooks and her sister, launched a brand new campaign that took a very different approach to raising money […]
I recently had a discussion with my daughters about friendship. It’s hard to explain to an 11 year-old that friendships ebb and flow, and more importantly, that if you keep your heart open you will continue to make new friends throughout your life. Some of your friends will stick. Some won’t. And that’s okay. It […]
For the last few months we have been preparing at KidzVuz for a huge live event for tween girls and their influential moms in NYC. Early on we were very excited to partner with the non-profit, K.I.D.S – Kids in Distressed Situations – and bring them in to the event, and to our KidzVuz users […]
There is perhaps nothing scarier for a parent than having to rush a child to the emergency room. The feeling of not having control, not being able to fix something yourself, and many times not even knowing what is wrong, but knowing that your child is very sick is terrifying. Even more frightening is when […]
You may have heard about the ONE Moms campaign that had a group of mom bloggers traveling to Africa to connect mom to mom with women across the world. The campaign is all about raising awareness and ultimately driving action to help women and children in poverty get access to healthcare, education and to raise […]
Next week is a great event in NYC to help battle childhood cancer. There are still a few tickets left to this benefit so click on over and join me at this event for some great cookies for an even better cause!
I haven’t written in a while, but not because I’ve been lolling around eating bon bons. (What are bon bons anyway?) My daughters celebrated their 9th birthday last week. I can’t begin to wrap my brain around how my daughters could possibly be nine years-old, but in the world of Girldom nine means a real […]
In the last few months I’ve read several blog posts railing against the PTA moms at various schools. The complaints are usually the same – they’re overbearing and pushy, busy bodies trying to vie for the principal or teacher’s attention, do-gooders who get off on making the rest of the parents feel bad. Yeah, yeah. […]