Tweens and Teens Mood Swings Roll in Like Thunder Storms
by Tracy Larson on January 25, 2015
Even though the weather person had predicted a sunny day of mid-70s temperatures, my tweens lost jeans created an unpredicted lightning and thunder hormonal outburst which threatened to become a major storm front. “Mom!! Do you know where my jeans are?” yelled Brad. “They were washed yesterday and should be in the laundry basket,” I answered. The jeans [read the full article]
How Do I Survive the Holidays With Family?
by Contributors on January 25, 2015
I am hosting a holiday dinner with family. Some members of my family let’s just say are not fun to be around. It’s stressful! Any tips on how to survive a holiday dinner with family? Asked by Moira – 30 something, Lubbock, TX Nothing like the holidays to take a bunch of people, throw them together [read the full article]
Women, Then & Now
Women’s Calendars 1915 vs Now
by Tracy Larson on August 19, 2014
Women are busy people who use calendars to track multitasking lives. All of us have a favorite, maybe its a smartphone or a paper calendar with sticky notes poking out everywhere. Women from 1915 used a different type of calendar. Take a peek below and see if you can spot the differences and [read the full article]
Who is She?
The President of the PTA
by Tracy Larson on September 28, 2014
You probably have spotted the President of the PTA roaming around the school or have read her name on forms that come home in the backpack. Do you ever wonder who this mom really is and why she is the President of the PTA? Let me introduce you to Julia, she may surprise you with the [read the full article]
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