Monthly Archives: May 2013

10 Tips for Little Piglet

Today, my little Evy graduates from nursery school. I came up with 10 tips that I hope she carries with her as she enters kindergarten and through life. 1. Share. It’s true: sharing is caring. Whether you’re a pro in … Continue reading

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Summertime: Ticks, Tricks and Moon Over My Hammy

There’s a Skeeter on my Peter! Not exactly what Charlie, my 7-year-old, yelled from the shower, but he did have a tick on his privates. So gross (and painful to remove) but that is the direct result of little boys … Continue reading

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Middle-aged Recreational Athletic Injury – Say It Aint So!

I don’t understand how it is even possible for a young, sassy lassie like myself to have just experienced a ‘middle-aged’ recreational athletic injury. I tore my calf muscle in a very heated tennis match. In the third set my … Continue reading

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Sunshine on My Nose Job – Quick Survey on Medical Tourism

Blogging pays off!  I just stated last week that I was on the quest to work abroad. Ironically, a friend came to me with an opportunity for an international client but hadn’t read the blog. (Tsk-Tsk, she better have subscribed … Continue reading

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International Woman of Mystery

Last week my blog post focused on transforming in the month of May. I mentioned I was excited about a few new goals that did not just revolve around a 30 day fad diet, but life changing events for me. … Continue reading

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These are the Days!

A borrowed blog! A different version of this story first appeared on PR Daily in June 2012, but I will add my $.02 before you begin reading the sampling of a dozen quotes from commencement addresses through the years that … Continue reading

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