You may have seen this news story around your newsfeeds lately, about a 6-year old boy with autism who invited his entire kindergarten class to his birthday party, only to have no one show up. According to the article: Glenn Buratti invited all 16 of his kindergarten classmates from a Florida elementary school to his sixth… Read More Show Up for Each Other!
Happy New Year! I am not into resolutions, but I’m setting some personal and professional goals for myself in 2014. One of those goals is to further define who and what my law practice represents, including not only my online presence, but my physical office location. When I hung my shingle as a solo attorney… Read More Mompreneur Asks: Do I Need an Office for My Solo Law Practice to Be Taken Seriously?
Have you ever had a bad dream that was so vivid that you woke up thinking it was a reality? That was me this past week when I woke up at 3:00 a.m., sweating, from a dream that was so terrifying I couldn’t even fathom that to some, it’s their life. The dream began with… Read More Making a Difference from a Bad Dream
In case you missed it, here’s the clip of me from earlier in the week, talking about our bodies after giving birth. If you’re like me and actually hate clicking on videos (my brain is less patient without the written word as a visual stimulus), the spot can be summarized thusly: love your body… Read More Five Things You Learn When Appearing on the TODAY Show to Discuss Post-Baby Body Image
Let me just begin by saying that I’m not a “winter” person. I’ll take a sandy beach to a ski slope any day and I’d gladly trade my UGGS for flip-flops. As soon as the temps start to drop below 60 degrees, I e-mail my husband links to job opportunities and real estate listings in… Read More The Blessing of a Snowed-In Weekend