2013 July Archives



Jul 28
2013

BlogHer ’13


I enjoyed attending and speaking at BlogHer’s 9th annual conference with magnificence! I wasn’t able to get my media kit recap completed tonight, but I’ll have it up with all its splendor tomorrow, I promise!

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Jul 27
2013

The Original Superwoman


Growing up, it was normal for me to spend evenings and weekends shuffled from one place to the next. For the most part I attended my mom’s activities, not my own as a very young child. Her lifestyle of leadership was all I knew. Literally, from the time I entered this world, I was swept up by the momentum of an ambitious, focused woman who was pregnant with me while she completed her PhD. I…

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Jul 26
2013

Her Favorites


Miss C has been inching along and has her priorities clear. She loves to brush her teeth, eat, dance, and sing (her favorite song is India Arie’s ABC’s featuring Elmo). She loves Boots dearly, but lately she’s been shunning his his second and third hug attempts with a very clear, “stop!” Picking up cues from her brothers, she asks for “book, apple sauce,” and “more” daily.

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Jul 23
2013

Working on Goals #86 and #87: Au Baby


Almost four years ago, I wrote 100 Life Goals, which consist of major accomplishments I want to complete during my lifetime. The goals are divvied up into five categories: family goals, travel goals, physical goals, experience goals and lastly, influence goals. Influence goals include goals that affect others. The reach of these goals touches a greater audience than just you and your immediate family. Under the influence goal section it reads: 86. Support mothers globally…

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Jul 22
2013

Cauliflower Steaks and Potassium Spears


Begin making the most delicious vegetables with the following ingredients: a massive head of cauliflower, a large bunch of asparagus stalks, peanut oil, a fresh lemon, sea salt, and coarse ground black pepper. Start by slicing the cauliflower into one inch thick steaks. Cover with peanut oil and then season with sea salt and pepper. Dredge and season the asparagus. Grill the cauliflower on high heat with the cover on for at least ten minutes….

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