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(Tell Me Why) It’s Easier With Friends
Big Guy Car Guy / Writing

(Tell Me Why) It’s Easier With Friends

Time zone confusion, a lack of sleep, vocal strain from too much mingling the day and night before, and a burning of the proverbial candle at both ends left my body a shiver, my head in a fog, and my voice this side of tatters. I didn’t always know where […]

What Do I Want To Do For A Living?
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What Do I Want To Do For A Living?

We were supposed to be watching the series finale of our favorite show, 90 minutes of British crime investigation that we’ve been leaving to get virtually dusty on the digital shelf of our PBS.org Roku account because once it’s over, it’s over and neither of us are ready for that […]

Tips For Being (and Staying) Authentic Online
Writing

Tips For Being (and Staying) Authentic Online

Maybe you heard the news about the mom blogger who recently #ragequit the mom blogging world and whizzed on her entire profession and community in the process. Yeah, that was super crappy but that mom seems to have forgotten what it means to be authentic online or maybe she never […]

Crying At Career Day
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Crying At Career Day

Want to get the attention of a room full of 9-year-old kids? Whip out rad Star Wars toys and exclusive Skylanders figures from a bag, and then tell ’em you get all of that (and a whole lot more) sent to you all the time, and for free. Boom, all eyes […]

Chokeholds and Christmas Trees
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Chokeholds and Christmas Trees

Right now, we’re all “stop, don’t shoot” and discrimination as religious freedom and chokeholds and Christmas trees and Rolling Stone and CIA torture and “I wanna text my friend” and what the fuck are Furries and no treble and suburban storage units and I can’t breathe. ** When I look […]

The Co-Authored Book Project on Camp PBS Parents
Parenting Blog

The Co-Authored Book Project on Camp PBS Parents

I’m very happy to formally announce here that I’ll be a camp counselor of sorts over at Camp PBS Parents this summer. Every month, I’ll provide a new, fun, and educational way to engage with your child this summer. First up in the Adventures in Learning series is the co-authored […]

Big Easy Tears
Parenting Blog

Big Easy Tears

I had been moved to tears on five separate occasions, and we were only 90 minutes into the 2-day conference. This was going to be one looooong-ass weekend. Deep, primal emotions were stirred in my (shrinking, but still large) 6’ 4” frame from the jump, without a single moment to […]

Caption Contest — The Birth of Mom Blogging
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Caption Contest — The Birth of Mom Blogging

Caption these photos (either one, they are of the same antiquity at the Getty Villa in Santa Monica, CA — I wanted to provide you with two angles) and win a fun prize worth winning! Simple, right? Be funny, be crude, be awesome. Check out those 1st gen USB ports!! […]

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