Go ahead and act like an asshole in front of my kids. Really, I’m fine with it. Today I’m sharing examples of how two people did just that this week, and why I’m okay with it, over on InThePowderRoom. CLICK HERE to read the full story. Like this? Subscribe today. Find me on Facebook & Twitter.
There seems to be a feeling on the web lately that it’s exhausting trying to be clever and talented and successful, because everyone is WAY more clever, talented, and successful than you (and I) are. If you feel like throwing in the towel, giving up on trying because everyone seems more popular and smarter than […]
Last year my holiday cards were a BIG hit. The general consensus was that the photo of my son and daughter holding hands as they strolled across our front lawn was “priceless.” In case you want to achieve the same level of magic in your own Christmas cards, here’s how to make it happen…CLICK HERE […]
I’ve missed dudes. Growing up I had brothers, was a bit of a tomboy, and always had male friends. I was one of the guys. They understood my sense of humor, were willing to swim in sludgy ponds with me, and didn’t take life too seriously. Then I moved away from all my brothers and […]
“Don’t glue your brother! I MEAN it!” Most days you give a crap. You really do. You make sure no one does anything that could directly lead to bleeding from the ears or grand larceny. You don’t Helicopter Parent – who has the energy for that, anyway? – but you spew a nonstop stream of […]
Underwear is confusing. The first ten years of our lives are lived in envy-inducing Underoos or cotton briefs with cartoon characters on them, and the next eight pulling on whatever styles our moms pick up for us. Then we’re on our own, so we spend the next sixty years trying to find the most flattering style for […]
ALTERNATE TITLE: How to Re-Hash Broken Childhood Dreams and Pour Salt into Your Own (Aging) Wounds I peaked stupidly early. I was about 12 years old when a model scout approached me in a shopping mall. Yes, that moment sparked a no-joke important change I needed more than I ever articulated to my friends, but it […]