Sneaky Yet Brilliant Ways for Moms to Relax (Naked Time?!?)

I live in a world of boys. I have 2 sons, a stepson, my husband, my ex-husband, and a male dog. My days are filled with fighting, flatulence, food preparation, and looking for my glasses. I definitely need to find sneaky ways for moms to relax! Being a blogger, I am constantly online reading, finding the hot topics of the day, new research that shows WHY wine and chocolate lead to longer lives (that would be the longer lives of […]

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Free Home Spa Treatments for Moms… sort of

It’s funny, I didn’t realize that I have never gotten a spa treatment until I sat down to write this post. I have had a massage because I had sciatica and that was the one effective way I found to relieve the pain. I had a manicure and pedicure before my wedding. But I have never been to a spa just to relax and be pampered. And with a full-blown toddler and a soon-to-be toddler at home, I don’t think […]

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Hey Mama, Your REAL Life is BETTER than Someone Else’s Instagram

There is a lot of talk about being a kid in the age of social media. But there is not a lot of discussion about being a Mama during this time.  We see the perfect Pinterest worthy pictures and think to ourselves, “I wish I was THAT mom.”  I am guilty of looking through social media and comparing myself or worst my daughter against images I see online.  From one mama to another I am shouting…STOP.  Stop comparing your real […]

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Bounce Back After Baby?? You HAVE Bounced Back

  Guest post by our friend Kathryn. Check out her travels at KathrynAnywhere. Wondering how to bounce back after having a baby? Which numbers REALLY matter? And we are not talking about bouncing back to work – we are talking about your body. There’s this thing, it’s WORLDWIDE, in every culture and every language I have personally encountered – the obsession to bounce back after baby, getting that pre-baby body back immediately. And that obsession is coming right, left and […]

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How to Make the Childless Neighbors Regret Buying Their House

A satirical guest post by Michelle Riddell When the vacant house next door to you finally sells, you learn that the new owners don’t have any kids. “No kids? How odd!” you think. You run through a gamut of emotions: disappointment, relief, fear. You finally accept the unknown card that fate has dealt you and assume (because assuming is easier than finding out) that the new neighbors simply don’t have a life. Or at least not one that is as important and […]

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