Every time a credit card offer comes in the mail, my husband and I joke that someone wants to give us free money. I think we’re all old enough to know that’s not at all the case, but we like to laugh at the simpler times of our youth when we really believed that.
Alas, maturity has really hardened me, and I’m much wiser when it comes to those too-good-to-be-true offers. Imagine my surprise when one of those offers turned out to actually be good AND true! Continue reading
Nearly a year ago, I had the pleasure of (virtually) attending American Express/Open Forum CEO Bootcamp. I know I’m not a CEO, but at the time I was helping a friend on some projects with her production company, and I figured I might be able to pick up some great tips from women in leadership.
Diane von Furstenberg was the main event, and there was a great social media panel, but where I really got the most was at a session with Maxie McCoy of Levo League. In that session, she encouraged all the women in the room to write down what their ideal life will look like five years from now. Simple enough. The challenge that followed was less so. Continue reading
In my new-found dedication to this here blog, I’ve been doing a lot of research. As it turns out, there are quite a few conferences out there for mommy bloggers. But none piqued my interest more than the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. Continue reading
One of the projects I’ve kept myself busy with over the last year is a delightful web series that I worked on with my dear friend Liz – AKA Nerd in the City.
The series is called “So…This Happened,” and it’s a pretty hilarious look at dating in New York City. The best part about it is that all these things actually happened to her – sad, but true! You’ll know what I mean once you’ve had a chance to check it out. Continue reading