Ditch the Rugrats If you want to retire by the time you’re 55 years old, don’t have kids. If we didn’t have a child, I could retire right now and blog all day for fun. For real. Believe me, I love my son. I could spend all day giving him hugs and kisses, but children are
When I was growing up, we didn’t have a nanny or babysitters, cleaners or assistants, therapists or life coaches. Yet now I have all of that and more! Americans have access to Amazon, Seamless, Instacart, Plated, Birchbox, Uber…where there’s a need, there’s the web to the rescue. I can’t even imagine my immigrant parents ever hiring
First some background for those of you who don’t know what Burning Man is. Burning Man is an experiment in temporary community. 70,000 Burners (as we’re called) celebrate in the Black Rock City desert of Nevada for the one week preceding Labor Day every year. It’s the most amazing music and art ‘festival’ in the
When I put the call out for people to interview for this religion series, I was contacted by a blogger who was eager to participate. When she told me more about herself and her background, I felt truly blessed to have connected. I’m extremely excited to share this interview with you! Tell me about yourself. Where
This summer, we went to the Alameda County Fair for the first time. The fair, held yearly at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton from mid-June to early-July, has run continuously since 1912! I’d never been and was so excited to check it out with Franco. We beat the weekend crowds and went on Monday July 3.