This was on my friend Julie Murphy Casserly’s Facebook page earlier this week. The bolded part of the quote comes from Lotus Blossom Consulting: Great words from a good friend of mine, and so relevant to money. Don’t let your money struggles be the center of your lives; let your authentic self be the guiding […]
Me and the kiddos just got back from visiting my parents and sisters in the homeland (Wisconsin). I grew up in Madison and while it’s not a large city, I didn’t grow up on a farm. However, I didn’t grow up very far from farms. And summertime means the farmers come and set up their […]
When the toddler was smaller, she would eat anything you put in front of her. Now she’s become very, very picky about vegetables and I worry she’s going to end up with scurvy or something else really terrible. This recipe from Weelicious.com hit my in-box last week. Weelicious is a great recipe site, though I […]
There’s a few stand-by magazines I get recipes from, Real Simple is one of them. I like to rip recipes from magazines and keep them in a file. If I try them and we like them, they get put in a plastic sheet protector and go into my 3-ring recipe binder. If they suck, it […]
This poem has been around for years and you can find it on lots of blogs. But it makes me cry every time I read it, or think about it for that matter. Steel Magnolias has the same effect on me. It’s a good reminder to stop and be in the present moment with your […]
If you click on a job listing on Craig’s List and it’s in ALL CAPS – you don’t want to work there.
Did you watch The Gilmore Girls? How I loved the Gilmore Girls. Lorelai and Rory’s rapid-fire speech, witty reparte and pop culture references. It made me want to move to a small New England town and run an inn. Well it’s all back in Bunheads. Small town now in California, rapid-fire speech, pop culture references […]