TPC, Yeah You Know Me – A Day at the Players Championship

We went to The Players Championship (TPC) on Friday and I couldn't resist a little Naughty by Nature reference! At least the 90s kids will get it... It's been years since I've gone and this year we got special passes from a friend who works for one of the sponsors. VIP baby! Woohoo! The pic … Continue reading TPC, Yeah You Know Me – A Day at the Players Championship

Superhero Skin Care from Sunday Riley

On March 8th, also known as International Women's Day, Sunday Riley celebrated the 10th anniversary of their best-selling Good Genes All-in-One Lactic Acid Treatment by releasing a limited edition Captain Marvel Collaboration, also coinciding with the movie release. A fancy skincare product with a geeky makeover? Yes, please! I was completely on board with giving … Continue reading Superhero Skin Care from Sunday Riley

Mommy Bloggers Ruined Pinterest

When Pinterest first came out, I thought it was a great place to find and collect cool photos of things and inspiration. I created boards like "Hair Color Ideas" or "House Inspiration" and they were filled with pretty photos I could easily glance at while looking over the board. Fast forward to a few years … Continue reading Mommy Bloggers Ruined Pinterest

A Rant on Raising a Strong Willed Child

I have a strong willed child. He's a master negotiator, stubborn as hell and wants everything done his own certain way. He's exhausting, often frustrating and constantly challenging. And I feel like punching someone every time they smile and tell me I'm just raising a "natural born leader." He's a leader all right. Because some … Continue reading A Rant on Raising a Strong Willed Child

Week in Review: Spiral Stairs, Making Frittatas, Back to the Zoo and Paper Steps

This week we got a big delivery of stair parts, learned to make frittatas, joined the Jacksonville Zoo and got a pretty personalized print for my son's room from Paper Steps. Week in Review: March 4 - 10 A big box of stairs was delivered this week! It's all in boxes because we got a … Continue reading Week in Review: Spiral Stairs, Making Frittatas, Back to the Zoo and Paper Steps

Is Hybrid Publishing My Best Option?

This week a book publisher contacted me after reading my blog. She was very interested and suggested possibly writing a children's book. Since I have been working on a book about my IVF experience and this would be a great way to get my foot in the door, I was totally doing the happy dance … Continue reading Is Hybrid Publishing My Best Option?

Geek of the Week: Filmmaker, Game Developer and Geek Dad Joe Granato

I'm excited to welcome our very first Geek Dad feature, Joe Granato from The New 8 Bit Heroes. He's a new dad and long-time geek working on a cool project to help people create their own Nintendo games. 1) Let's start with the basics - name, what do you do, etc. My name is Joe … Continue reading Geek of the Week: Filmmaker, Game Developer and Geek Dad Joe Granato

Endometriosis Awareness Week: When Your Cramps Are More Than Just Cramps

Endometriosis Awareness Week 2019 runs March 3 - March 9, and unfortunately it's a disease I'm all too aware of. I was diagnosed in my mid-30s, after visiting a fertility specialist when our efforts to start a family weren't working. Infertility is one of the possible side effects of endometriosis. I was just relieved that after … Continue reading Endometriosis Awareness Week: When Your Cramps Are More Than Just Cramps

DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders Game Review and Giveaway

*We got a copy of the new Dragons: Dawn of New Riders to try out for free, but all opinions are my own. Scroll to bottom of post for GIVEAWAY details and entry link! How to Train Your Dragon fans have a new movie and a new game to be excited about!  DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of … Continue reading DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders Game Review and Giveaway

MomLife: There’s Always Something to Do

I was chatting with another mom at the park the other day and the topic of school came up. I said I couldn't wait until the fall when VPK starts and my son goes to school five days a week. (VPK is Florida's free preschool program) And she said, "That's funny, I'm terrified of it! … Continue reading MomLife: There’s Always Something to Do