Have elaborate fantasies of spending your days in pajamas, checking Facebook, sipping lattes in coffee shops … and maybe jumping into the occasional Slayer match on your lunch break? Sure. It’s a little of that sometimes. But I can tell you from five years of experience, you better be able to hang with the following … More So You Think You Can Freelance? Part I: Mindset
I recently reached 200+ followers after a year on Twitter. I’m not sure what grade I’d get for that. (Solid C, perhaps?) To be honest, there’s still a good deal I don’t understand about Twitter and how other people use it. All I can tell you is how I’ve used it and what I’ve learned, … More 15 Things I Learned From My First Year on Twitter
Welcome to my new “Top 3” feature. Today, I’m highlighting three of my favorite fun (and helpful) blogs for moms. In the future I’ll cover books, video games, board games, TED Talks, crafts, and whatever else suits my (and your) fancy. So let me know what you’d like to see! Please note that I have … More Top 3: Blogs for Moms
For many of you, your knee-jerk reaction will be to disagree with that statement. To you, I say, “Let’s look at some facts first, shall we?” I’ll even go so far as to propose that you may change your tune after reading this (if you don’t support games already). Let me back up a bit … More Why I Want My Daughter to Be a Gamer
What is MS? Turns out it may be this: Curable. Sound too good to be true? Well, if you love someone suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, you might be willing to take the leap of faith, as I have.
What’s your favorite fairy tale? Mine is the one in which I’m a children’s book author. When I was little, I imagined it as: unknown girl is destined, acts, triumphs, and lives happily ever after. Maybe even throw in a TODAY show appearance. But that flight of fancy didn’t take into account the state of the … More Publishing: Choose Your Own Adventure