Monthly Archives: January 2014
3 Reasons to See Vanessa Hudgens, Rosario Dawson, James Earl Jones, & Brandan Fraser in “Gimme Shelter”: Our teens and young adults would benefit from a story: – of how every choice ripples forward for a looong time. – of … Continue reading
Diets, weight loss success stories, and photoshopped celebs are just part of what our growing girls see. So we moms can know the expectations they feel, here are some of the American Apparel ads they’ve seen. (Tomorrow, we’ll pose the … Continue reading
“If you want to create a statue for me for taking care of my daughters, create one for the moms who are doing the same damn thing every day for their kids without receiving a ‘Thank you’ or an ‘Ooooh’ … Continue reading
A picture’s worth a 1,000 words, fellow moms, and we need to know the ‘Encyclopedia of Expectations’ on society’s bestselling list for our daughters… “Watch Photoshop Transform Your Favority Celebrities Right Before Your Eyes” – http://screen.yahoo.com/buzzfeed/watch-photoshop-transform-favorite-celebrities-225244482.html screen.yahoo.com
On December 20, Yahoo Shine Senior Writer Sarah B. Weir had this picture with her blogpost “How Human Barbie Made Even More Headlines in 2013″. Working as a mom, I’ve mentored young girls through the minefield of image and esteem, and this tongue-in-cheek rewrite of the famous … Continue reading
NOVEMBER & DECEMBER: Women’s Olympics of TooMuchToDo JANUARY: Magazine cover of bikini-clad 62 y.o. Jane Seymour EVERYDAY: Helping girls navigate self-esteem pressures
The practice (or not) of religion and tolerance (or not) of others’ is possibly one of the most important issues we handle in the job of motherhood.