Role Mommy on the Run
I don't know about you, but I hate going to the gym. I hate feeling self conscious. I hate going to a class and feeling like the most out of shape person there. I hate seeing my reflection in the mirrors and I hate screaming kids in locker rooms and I hate walking into a spin class and thinking there's a bike available but in reality, three quarters of the bikes are broken and a lot of the participants are on their third class of the morning and they're not going anywhere.... Read more
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If anyone knows me well, then you know that I'm a sap for classic movies. Not Gone with the Wind kind of classic, but more like St. Elmo's Fire and Bridget Jones Diary classic. So imagine my thrill when I received an invitation a few weeks back to attend the star studded premiere of the latest installment of that hilarious film franchise with the release of "Bridget Jones Baby" which opens today in theaters nationwide. ... Read more
The last year and change has been quite challenging to say the least. You see, this is the crucial year where our daughter has embarked on her college search. The process if you are new to this game is daunting to say the least but it doesn't have to be. As long as you have the tools to help your child succeed, find scholarships and prepare for standardized tests that could potentially help them earn merit money towards their dream school, as a parent, you can help be their guide as they navigate this exciting journey in their lives. While some parents hire college search advisors or even a wordsmith to edit their essay, we're keeping it old school with my daughter relying on the advice of her guidance counselor, teachers she admires and respects and once in a while, her mom for helping her decipher through the clutter to find what's best for her.... Read more
If anyone would have ever told me back in 2005 when I started Role Mommy that my mission to inspiring parents to pursue their passion while raising a family would have eventually led to me attending an event at the White House, I would have told them they were nuts. But that was then, when I was still climbing the ladder at a corporate job with two little kids in tow.... Read more
There is nothing harder in this world than losing someone close to you - especially when they were so vibrant, beautiful, compassionate, joyful and loving. On March 2, we lost a dear member of our family who embodied all those qualities and then some. My cousin, Sandra Stoller was the ultimate conversationalist. Whenever we spent time with her on holidays, during the summer or on special occasions like a milestone birthday, we got to discover what a fun loving person Sandra was. The ultimate guest and hostess, Sandra was an incredible decorator and knew just what to bring to someone's home that would leave a lasting impression.... Read more
Posted in: Blog on 03/05/2016
Recently, my husband and a good friend of his opened a 25,000 square foot sports facility in New Rochelle, New York called A-Game Sports. The space is pretty amazing with indoor turf for soccer, lacrosse, baseball, softball, strength training and more. If you play on a team sport, there's always something for everyone. But what I happen to love about the space is that there are tons of places for parents, grandparents and kids who have been taken along for the ride to hang out, relax and play or in the words of the world's largest tabletennis brand Killerspin...it's time to #UnPlugNPlay!... Read more
Plus: Remember Hunting for Hidden Pictures in the Highlights Magazine as a Kid?, Acer Cloudbook Review: Affordable Computers for Your Middle Schooler, Amazing Holiday Giveaway Alert...Introducing Canvas Pop!, Join @ClassyMommy @ExtraordinaryMommy & Me this Monday, November 16 for a Holiday Shopping Twitter Party with iConsumer, and even more in the archives!
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