I consider myself a pretty social media savvy type of person. I mean, technically, it is my job to be savvy in that area and, as a social media strategist, I do truly have a good handle on the best practices and how-tos of the major social platforms. But, knowing how to grow a brand’s Facebook engagement doesn’t exactly mean a thing when it comes
My mom never rarely embarrassed me growing up. I’m not sure if I was just really hard to embarrass or if I was just fortunate to have an awesome mom (I’m going with both), but it’s not something I experienced with her often. My dad on the other hand, different story. To be fair, he wasn’t horrible. I know his heart was in the right
Just as a warning, today’s post may be TMI for some readers. It falls under the category of Things That Happen to You When You’re Old. Recently, I had the opportunity to attend Expo East. If you’re not in the selling organic goods game you may not know that it is an organic expo showcasing natural products on the market. It’s not really for consumers.
Back to school for many is also take-care-of-everything-you-let-slip-through-the-cracks-while-you-were-laying-around-on-the-beach-season. The Dudes have been back to school for two weeks already and I’m still staring at the box of clothing that needs to be sold, donated, or burned on sight. And everyday it gets fuller, to the point that it is now spilling out on the floor and taking up an entire corner of the dining room.
Middle school is hard. Socially. Academically. Emotionally. Financially. Physically. Basically all of the ways. The body is changing, the mind is changing, the expectations and responsibilities are changing. All of that comes together in one growing-crazy-fast body, intermingles with hormones, and comes out in the form of tears. Or, if your offspring is male, probably fewer tears and more surly attitude featuring disgusted moans, exasperated