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6 Things You Might Forget To Bring on a Road Trip with Kids

6 Things You Might Forget To Bring on a Road Trip with Kids - The funny, the useful, the extremely important!

If You’re Going to Survive a Road Trip with Kids, Don’t Forget These!   Last month we took a trip to Colorado and Wyoming to visit family. Have you ever been? It’s gorgeous out there. Wide open spaces, mountain vistas, Read more…


5 Reasons It’s Totally Okay To Cry Over Spilled Milk

5 reasons it's okay to cry over spilled milk.

Sometimes Spilled Milk Is Kind of a Big Deal   The saying goes “there’s no use crying over spilled milk.” It’s not supposed to be taken literally, I get that. But I really think we need a better saying to Read more…


The 5 Stages of Yard Sale Grief

5 Stages of Yard Sale Grief

“You know what could be fun and not at all awful? Let’s have a yard sale!”   Apparently I haven’t seen enough memes and tweets about the royal pain in the rear that are yard sales to deter my enthusiasm Read more…


The Summer I Made Fetch Happen: Mistakes, Choices, and Making the Most of It

How making fetch happen at summer camp made for a funny story, and helpful career advice. Career development advice from a career coach, mom, and former camp counselor. #careeradvice #careerdevelopment #professionaldevelopment #career

A Career Coach Take on Mean Girls and Loving Your Mistakes   The summer I made fetch happen? Well it was July 2004 at the loveliest little summer camp there ever was. My job as a camp counselor involved making Read more…


Sleep When I’m Dead: Big Kid Bed The Sequel

Losing sleep can take it's toll, but it can also lead to some laughs. So I guess I'll sleep when I'm dead.

Dear Sleep, Both Kids are in Beds Now. I’ll See Ya When I See Ya.   My dear, sweet, angel 2 year old has developed an adorable new habit – getting out of her bed 1.5 million times a night. Read more…


Tell Me Something Weird

Embrace your weird! Four questions to jumpstart conversation and learn about the weird in the people you love.

One of my feet is a full size bigger than the other one. I understand this may lead to three follow up questions: 1. What in the hell? 2. Is that for real? 3. How does she buy shoes? (Fair, Read more…


SOAR Me Out to the Ball Game: Useful Interviewing Tips from a Ridiculous Story

Learn the SOAR method for behavioral interviews. Interviewing tips with a funny parenting twist!

The next time anyone asks me about my proudest athletic achievement, I know I’ll refer back to the great baseball park bathroom race of 2018. I could probably use the same story in an interview to highlight negotiation skills and Read more…


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