Archive for July, 2016

Just the facts please

July 26, 2016 0 Comments

Much of cable news and sensationalizing media outlets are ruining journalism. There I said it.  I may lose my journalism sisterhood card but somebody needs to speak up.  Because frankly, I’m tired of being lumped in with journalists who refuse to report just the facts…refuse to stay in the middle of the road. In my […]

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Entitled much?

July 19, 2016 0 Comments

Growing up, if I threw a temper tantrum…it only made things worse for me. A lot worse. That was my generation… Then I read this article out of the Tallahassee Courier Post in Florida. But it was the first sentence that already sent my blood into boil status: “A girl not chosen to be a high […]

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Vile.

July 14, 2016 0 Comments
Vile.

It was just like any other day when a woman decided to go to the gym.  Maybe she wanted to take a spin class, or yoga…or maybe she wanted to walk on the treadmill.  Maybe she has been going to that gym for years…or maybe she’s brand new.  She may like looking at herself in […]

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Lawnmower parents: You’re ruining sports

July 11, 2016 0 Comments

Dear Lawnmower parents, Stop. Just stop. Let your kids breathe. Stop trying to control everything. Stop trying to fight every battle. Stop trying to clear the path for everything. Stop holding another kid’s head under water so your kid can stay afloat.  Stop slamming other people’s kids so yours can look better. Stop worrying about […]

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Enough with the Mommy Wars

July 6, 2016 0 Comments

Are you a stay-at-home mom? Good for you. Your job is tough as nails. Are you a working mom with a job outside of the house? Good for you. Your job is tough as nails. There it is. Being a mom is tough as nails. Period. It doesn’t matter if you wake up at 6:00am […]

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About that pre-baby bod?? Stop asking.

July 5, 2016 0 Comments

I saw an old picture of myself recently…Giana had just turned one and we were all having a family vacation at the beach. I was tiny. Like…I couldn’t believe I had a baby within a year tiny. An abnormal tiny for me.  In fact, I resembled a Bobblehead doll…my head looked way too big for […]

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