I used to watch TLC's show "What Not to Wear" and be perplexed by these beautiful women with ill-fitting, grossly- out-of-style clothes, raggedy hair and soft shapes. They must have never been stylish, ambitious or lived in a bustling metropolis, I so condescendingly thought. And then I became a mom. I should confess it took me years to be able to put together an outfit. I was a tomboy for most of my childhood, constantly rocking a backwards baseball hat. My sense of style w
I think I love Maisie most at 10.5 months. That isn't to say I haven't loved her in the past. It's just that now, I love her most of all. This stage of her life is simply amazing. Simply put: she's the most human she's ever been. Maisie now gets humor. She purposely tries to be funny. She imitates Nibbler by putting things in her mouth and then shaking her head back and forth. She pulls my hat over my face to play peekaboo. Her babbles have meaning. She insists on eating real
Between having a baby, launching a business and managing a consulting career, my to-do list is getting to be the size of a Nicki Minaj tour rider. Just organizing the list could be a job in and of itself. I use Google calendar, notes on my phone, project management software, Post-it notes and constant repetition. I could use another 6-8 hours in the day, but unfortunately I'm not close enough with anyone who could make that happen. Coffee and I are taking our relationship to
I'm a businesswoman, journalist and mom embarking on a new adventure...