• Catching Curveballs

    Is Purchasing a Minivan and Keeping Your Identity Possible?

    by Tracy Larson on July 23, 2016

    I feel sorry for the minivan. My pity and admiration runs deep for this underdog of family transportation.  It carries a heavy load of not only people but their past baggage as well. It’s accused of stealing identities from women and has a frumpy reputation of advertising “I’m only a Mom!” all over the neighborhoods of America. There [read the full article]

  • Wisdom Wednesdays

    Tips and Wisdom for the New Mom

    by Contributors on July 20, 2016

    Many questions are submitted to No Makeup Required asking for advice surrounding a new baby.  A first baby can bring a love so deep it is only known by a mother. A little anxiety, fear and guilt along the way are normal too. We asked our panelists to narrow their advice to these new moms [read the full article]

  • Women, Then & Now

    Women’s Calendars 1915 vs Now

    by Tracy Larson on July 23, 2016

    Women are busy. Women were busy in the past and women will be busy in the future. It’s a fact we all accept at some point in our lives. Kind of like, stretch marks won’t go away, wrinkles are unavoidable, toddlers have tantrums and laundry…never…ever…ends. I bet our fore-mothers accepted the same facts and like all women do, [read the full article]

  • Who is She?

    An Infertility Story

    by Tracy Larson on June 30, 2016

    The path to motherhood may seem like a simple one, but for some women the path takes a different turn. Infertility is a difficult journey and a private one. Kelly, a new mom from San Francisco, has been on that journey and is willing to share her story with you. Let’s meet Kelly. Tracy – I [read the full article]

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    If a woman has to choose between catching a fly ball and saving an infant's life, she will choose to save the infant's life without even considering if there are men on base.
    ~ Dave Barry

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