Here is my latest post from ParentSociety.com. This one was a difficult topic to cover as it discussed an 8-month-old baby’s picture going viral following the death of her mother after being struck by a drunk driver. The point of the picture going viral? The person posting the picture wanted to send an important message about drunk driving. Read on.
My latest clip from Parent Society – thank goodness for good samaritans!
“Courage” Vintage Typewriter Journal
From the description: This collection features a photograph of my vintage typewriter (photo taken July 27, 2015) coupled with a quotation by e.e. cummings.
Would you like one? All you have to do is click the link above! *smiles* Here’s more about this product in my CafePress shop:
Stay organized with our custom journal, available with your choice of 4 different paper options so you can manage all your note-taking needs.
- Size: 5″x8″
- 160 blank, dot grid, college-ruled, or task pages
- 60lb book-weight (24 lb bond) acid-free paper
- Front cover made of 12pt glossy paper
- Back cover made of thin flexible textured plastic
Are you looking for your next job? Do you need some tips for landing that next big interview? I’ve written about five tips — interview MUSTS — you need to land your next job in my most recent clip for CareerCo. Check it out!
Here’s my latest clip from Parent Society, a topic no parent wants to think about, but it part of the headlines nonetheless. While this piece was a tough one to cover, it’s a reminder to hug our babies, no matter their age, and not to take things for granted.
Here is my latest clip from CareerCo about employee appreciation – just in time for the Thanksgiving season. I love the timeliness of this post because it posted the day after I received an employee appreciation gift from WriterAcess.com for the amount of work I’ve completed for them. I posted a picture of that gift on my social media account yesterday, so that was pretty neat. Anyway, read on!
Today, I wrote about how I learned about hunger cues when I became a new mom. I was what many referred to as a “kamikaze breastfeeding mom” because I fed my sons on demand. Whatever – I learned their hunger cues and fed them accordingly. *(smiles)*