Homeownership. It’s the dream of most adults to eventually own their home, right? I look at commercials now depicting young couples excitedly taking selfies in their brand new homes and I think…suckers.
A few weeks ago, a friend complemented a pair of earrings I was wearing and when I thanked her, I mentioned that I had just bought them for $12 at TJMaxx. She replied that she was surprised because they looked much more expensive. My response, “Oh, since our house was burglarized three years ago, I
I now have a good number of shopping apps on my phone. I’m not going to name them here, as this post is not meant to advertise any of them. But you may use some of these yourself. The most interesting apps are the ones that serve as a socially networked marketplace for secondhand clothes,
I’m exhausted, which is pretty common these days on Friday evenings. I am home with my kids every Friday, and my business is getting busier and requiring more from me, which means that almost every Friday I’m at my parents house so that they can help me with the kids while I get work
So I’m about two months into the solo law practice, work-at-home mom gig. I have some billable work as well as a couple upcoming seminars (one of which is tomorrow – eek!), and things are actually happening for me, which is really great. And at the same time, a bit challenging. Everything is sort of
How do I know a toddler lives in our house? Let me count the silly little ways: The crunch of a wayward Cheerio can always be heard underfoot. Alphabet refrigerator magnets have migrated to the cabinet next door and taken up residence in the food processor. The paint on the door frame between the dining