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Momming Monday: Nuclear Mom

Momming Monday: Nuclear Mom

Mondays are my days where I usually blog about some aspect of parenting while working from home. Especially in a creative industry like writing, it can be incredibly hard to carve out respect for your work time, carve out worth to your value, and carve out your very...
Momming Monday: Chores In The Digital Age

Momming Monday: Chores In The Digital Age

Everybody hates the Chore List. None more so than the one that has to make it. No matter what chore list I set up, the whining commences, followed by the labor disputes. Any attempts to point out that the effort expended to avoid the chores is three times the effort...
Momming Monday: Chores In The Digital Age

Momming Monday: Pack Only What You Need

So during this first week of Endless Summer Fun, I took the kids to the local amusement park, courtesy of Season Passes (because there’s no other way to afford going, honestly. I could probably buy a small country with family admission plus parking). And as...
Momming Monday: OCCUPY! The Children

Momming Monday: OCCUPY! The Children

School is winding down for us and the countdown is in the single digits. Some people send their kids to camp, others have their kids in spring and fall sports. I figure if I’m going to have them home all day, all summer, then by Dog, we’re going to do...
Friday Feature: Diane J. Reed, Author of Twixt

Friday Feature: Diane J. Reed, Author of Twixt

One of the things I love about writing is the people I meet. Writing is a solitary craft, for the most part, so most of those people reside in my head in one form or another. But outside my head, it’s a rare privilege to meet someone who understands that...
Momming Monday: Working With Children

Momming Monday: Working With Children

This may come as a shocker to some of you but…I have children. I know, most of the time they act like hairless wild animals, but they are indeed human. And as we all know, summer is coming and with it, vacations. Which means kids at home. All day. Everyday. If...

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