If money were as bountiful as my three-year-old’s dinner-time tantrums, I would pay someone to perform the tedious tasks otherwise assigned as Mom’s Responsibilities. Someone else can do the meal planning, shopping, and cooking. It’d be awesome if that someone else would also do the dishes, but I’m ... » Learn More about I’ve Found the Holy Grail of Cleaning Supplies
Upon the close of their first full week back to school, I asked my kiddos the typical Mom questions: What's one new thing you learned so far? Who did you play with at recess? What do you think your favorite subject will be this year? How long do we have until all that fundraising paperwork ... » Learn More about Tales of a Second Grade Anti-Typist
Those who know my husband know he's not into devices. He's ahead of the game when it comes to technology in his classroom, but he still reads an actual newspaper and he's been known to say, "It'll stop" when we tell him his phone is ringing. Also? I'm pretty sure he doesn't even know how to turn on ... » Learn More about Why Are You Always On Your Phone?
For the past year, a pink box has been delivered to my doorstep every month. Each time I find it sitting there, beckoning to me, my insides do a cartwheel like a kid on Christmas morning. The pink box holds new surprises every time, and things I would never think to buy for myself, so they're a fun ... » Learn More about My Pink Box
Americans tend to be way too superficial. Didn't all of our parents teach us it's what's on the inside that counts? And I'm not just saying this so everyone stops staring at my chin zit. Each year, we waste 10 million pounds of food deemed unsellable because it doesn't meet our cosmetic ... » Learn More about Take a Chance on the Ugly Ones!