Tag Archive: friendship

posted a blog on June 28, 2016

Let’s face it.  While we all might secretly think our fourth grader is the next Derek Jeter or Mariano Rivera, it is quite unlikely that he or she is going as far as the MLB. Still, we invest in sports, because sports can have so many positives for our children. It can promote teamwork, a...  

posted a blog on June 23, 2016

At the gym this morning, I heard two older women, probably in their mid-70s, making small talk. They spoke about their kids for a while, a restaurant they both liked, and what weights they liked to do. I liked how they bantered, and it was playful and comfortable. As they were wrapping up and saying...  

posted a blog on April 13, 2016

I really wanted to write a post about a disastrous date Saturday on my personal blog, but then I faltered – what if my kid’s teacher read it? What about his friend’s moms? In the age of social media nothing is really that private anymore, so I got all fickle and changed my mind. I...  

posted a blog on February 9, 2016

I’ve learned quite a lot in the last year. On top of navigating the challenges of motherhood, I began the slow and steady building of my personal health coaching business, MindBodyBespoke. I learned how to make a website, how to market myself, how to use social media to my advantage, and much more. What I did...  

posted a blog on January 13, 2016

How many times have you heard someone tell you, “My child would never do something like that,” only to know that the child in question is guilty of the wrong-doing in question? No matter how old you are, no matter what your intentions, it is always best to mind your own business when it comes...  

posted a blog on December 18, 2015

I have always been involved in my child’s education. I figure I didn’t go through all that pain and discomfort to get him here so that I could ignore him. But I typically leave the big titled positions to moms who stay at home and who aren’t scandalous divorcees. This year that wasn’t really possible....