When our beautiful city of Pittsburgh began reopening after quarantine, it did so as thoughtfully, incrementally, and safely as possible. So when Fogo de Chao's Sales Manager, Mr. Gary White, invited me to check out the private dining options, I knew I was in good hands. I also knew it was an ... » Learn More about (Fo)go to Dinner
Don’t know if you’ve noticed, but distance learning may be here to stay, at least for a while. There, there now. Cry into your coffee if you must, I understand. If your situation is anything like millions of others’, your house has become a disaster zone. Trying to corral the chaos of having ... » Learn More about Decluttering 101: Make Room for a Combined Working and Learning Environment
When we brought baby #2 home in May of 2011, there were a bunch of strange men waiting for us at the house. Guess it’s relevant to note that my husband had hired them to begin digging for a swimming pool. I never would’ve guessed my husband, who hates the water, would want to be responsible for ... » Learn More about Peace of Mind is Priceless (and maybe free if you win!)
If we're pals on social media, you're likely familiar with #HusbandWTF. That's my husband's celebrity name...or whatever. He preferred this nomenclature to his full government name, which was pretty heads-up on his part because I'm not always--how do you say--appropriate? Classy? Professional? At ... » Learn More about This One’s For the (Hydro)Dads!
My husband and I are both afflicted with Do-It-All-itis. I think the dictionary defines this syndrome as: "An inability to turn down new opportunities. See also: Losing our minds." Between the two of us, I think we have seven jobs. SEVEN. Why?! To make matters worse, my husband is a do-it-yourselfer ... » Learn More about This is What My Self-Care Looks Like