Picking Up Where I Left Off

It has been awhile since I posted on here.  What can I say – time has gotten away from me.

I got a new job teaching at social media strategy at a local business college.

We moved.

I picked up some more freelance work.

Now it is summer.  And anyone who stays home/works out of the home with little kids home on summer break, getting stuff done is not easy.

So I thought I would share some of my most favorite posts with you as a way to pick up where I left off.

I am super proud of my posts that I have done with The Mother Company.  I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Michael Thompson about boys and emotional intelligence.  I also shared my own story about raising my son so that he has a healthy awareness of his feelings.

I also was able to interview Dr. Susan Newman about multi-generational living.  This also touched a personal note with me since I experienced multi-generational living first hand while we waited to close on our house.

On another note, for Detroit News MichMoms blog, I wrote a post about my thoughts on having another baby.  It is a post filled with more questions than answers.

I think this pretty much brings your up to speed on what has been going on.

So for this week, I wrote a post about being a golf widow for the Detroit News MichMoms blog.  Summer is not easy with the kids being home all day, but add a slew of golf outings and those long summer days turn into an eternity.

This week’s Mommy on the Spot blog post talks about my mommy guilt and my part-time job.  I feel like a traitor when something other than my kids makes me happy.  Crazy, I know.

Enough about me – do you have any blog posts that you could share?


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