Going Home for the Holiday’s – A Survival Guide

I like the idea of going home for the holidays but often have mixed emotions when I get there.  Our long Thanksgiving weekend in #Bethesda gives me the opportunity enjoy my hometown through the eyes of a tourist, discovering new places while still relishing the few old ones still in existence.  This extended #sundayfunday,  inspires me to begin working on  a Read More

How You Can Help Save The World- It’s A Lot Easier Than You May Think!

There are plenty of days when I feel like an #epicfailure as a mother, today however, was not one of those days #winning. Sunday morning doesn’t get better than fun family bonding, for a good cause, for FREE.  Family Social Action Day, a day to give back to the community and spend quality time with family while Read More

What Now, After Paris?

What now, after Paris? Finding light amongst the darkness is proving increasingly challenging for me in the aftermath of the tragic terror attacks in Paris Friday night. Mr Rodger’s posthumous viral advice tells us to concentrate on #lookingforthehelpers. Focusing on the knowble acts tragedy often brings out in mankind is a powerful tool for finding a Read More

How to Avoid Seasonal Affective Disorder

I awake at dawn in a quiet house, on a quiet street, to the unfamiliar sound of silence. Laying perfectly still, I open my eyes and realize I’m in my own bedroom. I wait for it, for the sound that must have awoken me, but there is only silence. No pitter patter of little feet, no Read More

Trick or Treat?

Sometimes I feel like if someone says “Mommmm….” one more time I’m going to explode. I try remain calm, I really do. I go to yoga when I can, I take my Prozac…most days, I try to sip my evening glass of wine, rather then chug. But somedays… sometimes…. , I feel like pulling my Read More