At a time when we’re at each other’s throats, America needs to open a book. … More In Defense of Books
The last few weeks of pregnancy is also the end of my daughter’s time as an only child. … More The Final Weeks with One
It’s been an interesting pregnancy… Here are the top five comments people have made to me. I highly suggest you never say them to anyone else. … More 5 Things You Probably Shouldn’t Say to a Pregnant Woman
“I swear it could be 1938 all over again,” she told us, “this is just how it started.” … More History Repeats Itself
Here’s why I haven’t been writing. In case you were wondering… … More Where have you been?
No more burnout for me. I’ve decided this is not my year to “lean in” and I’m okay with that. … More This Is Not My ‘Lean In’ Year
Struggling with the quantity of new toys floating around my house post-holiday, my kid predictably puts me in my place. … More A Lesson in Impermanence: Post-Holiday Clutter
Need to potty train your kid? Don’t make the same mistakes I did! … More Book Discussion: Oh Crap! Potty Training by Jaime Glowacki
This post is going to be short. I’ve had a cold for nearly a month now, I’m working non-stop, and my list of to-dos is so long I just laugh when I look at it. I’m burning out. Being a working mom felt like a manageable juggle until my work load doubled recently. Now, feeling … More Is Burnout a Bad Sign or a Badge of Honor?
I haven’t posted any outside content on this blog yet, but I found this TED talk so smart, touching and inspiring that I had to share it! This is very well worth 15 minutes of your time. Thanks to Phuc Tran for sharing his beautiful personal story through the lens of grammar.