The Women’s March on Washington #WhyIMarch

Soon I will be heading to Washington, D.C. to walk alongside thousands (possibly 180,000) of others on the 1.5 mile route of the Women’s March on Washington. The fact that I am traveling nearly 3,000 miles to march 1.5 is not lost on me. Why am I marching? What do I hope my attendance will achieve?… [Continue Reading]

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A Child’s Winter Wonderland Tea Party

There is something simply magical and memorable about a tea party. I love them! While tea parties are a perfect gathering anytime of the year, I love winter tea parties. Last year I shared with you my post, Hosting a Winter Tea Party. That party was a great time for my friends and me to… [Continue Reading]

A Child's Winter Wonderland Tea Party

Pediatrician Dr. Laura Jana On How To Raise Selfless Kids In A Selfie World

Every parent out there can attest to the fact that raising kids is hard. At times it is emotionally draining while other times it is physically exhausting. I found that the exhausting early years of little sleep, sporadic napping, lifting and carrying the little ones gave way to later teenage years that were mentally and emotionally… [Continue Reading]

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Thai Steak Salad with Noodles #SundaySupper

2017 is the year of eating healthy and losing weight. After a holiday season with lots of family, food, friends, and fun, it is time to reel it in. This Thai Steak Salad with Noodles makes eating healthy a piece of cake! 🙂 OK, not cake per say as in chocolate with creamy frosting, but so… [Continue Reading]

Thai Steak Salad with Noodles #SundaySupper

Visiting CES Looking at the Future of Tech

It’s that time of year! The holidays are behind us and as we head into the new year all things tech, gadgets, and gizmos make their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. I am always amazed at the futuristic and far-reaching ideas that make their first appearance there. I was able to… [Continue Reading]

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