A few things happened all in the same week that made me decide I want to share my perspective on screen time. A delivery guy at work stopped me to tell me he sure hopes I don’t let me kids use screens. Side note: I work in an office, not around kids. I’m not sure… Continue reading My kids are allowed screen time, and that’s okay.
Happy Friday, Friends. Time for this week’s “Week in Review” post where I talk about fried pies some more, Wil Wheaton, and potty training. How was your week? What are you up to this weekend?
I recently made an industry change in my career but previously had worked in hiring and recruiting departments for 8 years. I have seen countless applications, resumes, interviews and job placements. During that time I encountered many people re-entering the workforce, including moms. Job searching in and of itself can be a time consuming and extensive process.… Continue reading 3 Job Search Tips for Moms Returning to the Workforce
We visited the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur, OK this weekend. After hiking and swimming in this beautiful area we were hungry in a way you can only be after playing outside all day in summer. Feeling starving and excited to visit Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies for the first time made me temporarily loose… Continue reading The Day I Bought 12 Pies: An Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies Review
I hope everyone had a great week. Thanks for checking out my weekly series, Week in Review, posted every Friday. Enjoy a recap of how the week went down and tell me about yours. 1) What’s gotten my attention this week? Mom Bods. I participated in a swimsuit piece for the Oklahoma City Moms blog along with other… Continue reading Week in Review 6/9/17
Both of my kids have summer birthdays. That combined with Father’s Day, July 4th, and juggling a big extended family is causing me to have celebrations on the brain. My 4 year old son recently and unknowingly reminded me why we keep our holidays and birthdays simple: because right now we can. . . .… Continue reading Why We Keep Birthdays Simple
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About 6 to 8 million cats and dogs enter shelters in the U.S. every year. Sadly, only half of them get a chance at a new, loving home. Holly Guinnevere Shuster Lady Guinnevere Shuster Anthony Guinnevere Shuster Louis Guinnevere Shuster Andie Guinnevere Shuster Star Guinnevere Shuster Chief Guinnevere Shuster…