Today is not like yesterday. Growing up as a child there didn't seem like their were different things to choose from. As I go day by day, looking around every corner there are restaurants of the same type of food, clothing stores fighting for your attention, and schools eager to market for your children to… Continue reading ARE YOU OPEN TO OPTIONS?
How do you raise a child in today's society with the access to social media? Do you join society and let them have a cell phone? Do you let them join Facebook and other social media sites? Do you stand strong on your ideas for or against the topic? Very valid questions for parents to… Continue reading Social Media & Raising Children
A lover of all things girly, I truly love my casual look. Do you question your "girly" look? I sure don't. I wear Adidas Superstars, Chuck Taylor's, & jeans everyday. Well, just about everyday. I love to be a girly girl who is comfortable. Comfort transcends different meanings to all. Comfort for me is a… Continue reading The Girly Girl
It is June 15th and summer is around the corner. The first day of summer is June 20th. Technically it starts that evening. But, that doesn't keep us from planning our summer does it? Every summer is never fails the last day of school my kids ask me can they go to the beach for… Continue reading Summer Tips: Beach Outings with the Family
Summer Tip #2, Concerts in the Park. Nothing is more fun like a free concert in the park. All local parks around Southern California are producing concerts in the park during the summer. It is a great way to get the family out and enjoy the cultural arts. For a listing in your area, look… Continue reading Summer Tips: Concerts In the Park
Summer is almost here and the kids will be out of school soon, if they are not already out for the summer vacation. Time to start planning that "road trip." Having that large family with some of my kids five and under, I like to keep our summer road trips local. It helps keep my… Continue reading Summer Tips: Road Trip
Growing up in sunny Southern California in the 1980's there was only one choice for me as a basketball fan, the Los Angeles Lakers. It was a great way for me to bond with my dad. He loved to watch the Lakers. In fact, my whole family were Lakers fans from my parents, to aunts… Continue reading Growing Up Gold and Purple