We celebrated Momish Day on Saturday with a viewing of "The Great Gatsby" and truffles from DeBrand. We wrapped up the day with burgers on the grill and some much needed quiet time at home.
Mother's Day is a lovely day to honor our mothers, grandmothers and the incredible women in our lives. We've made an art out of celebrating our moms on this day.
I was having lunch recently with three girlfriends, two of whom have children ranging from grade schoolers to recent college graduates. The other friend is a teacher.
It's rare that I admit it, but sometimes being a stepmom is really hard. This has been one of those weeks.
Many of us are becoming tired and frustrated by the "Princess Epidemic." We've watched the impact it has had on our young women and realize that in many cases we've made some drasti
I'm currently reading Sheryl Sandberg's new book "Lean In" and I love it! I can honestly say I haven't highlighted this much of a book in a long time. I'm already planning on rereading it.
My last post was about all of the things I've learned in my first 39 years on this planet. It's fair to say these have been insightful years.
Today I celebrate the last year of my 30's with a little reflection. Each year I update the list of things I know for sure.
"Where do you see yourself in five years?" This is one of the most common questions interviewers ask. In fact, it's so common that many of us believe you need a five-year plan for o
With just two years left of high school for the Sonish, talks are often turning to college. What will he want to study? Where will he want to go? How much is this going to cost?