In Memory of Our Beloved Friend

Posted February 6th, 2013 by Sandie in Causes, Health

Today is the first anniversary of our dear friend Susan Niebur’s death. She wasn’t just a fellow DC Mom or blogger; she was an inspiration, a force of nature, a woman who changed each of our lives — as writers, as mothers, as friends. I’ll never forget receiving the call […]

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Spreading Holiday Kindness on the Road

Posted December 31st, 2012 by Aimee in Causes, Social Media Events, Travel

With family spread across several states, we are on the road at some point for pretty much every holiday. This Christmas we traveled to Ohio and had two of the worst road trips in the history of our family. Think sick children, terrible weather, an eight hour drive taking ten […]

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What remains

Posted February 9th, 2012 by Sue Wagner in Causes, Health, Uncategorized

When I think of Susan Niebur, so many thoughts come to mind. But the one that rises to the top is a quote from Gandhi. Be the change you want to see in the world. Oh my, how Susan changed the world. Not just once, but many times over. When […]

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Think Pink in October, Give Green All Year

Posted October 13th, 2011 by Leticia Barr in Causes, Politics

Last year I had the pleasure of introducing Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer and executive vice president of the American Cancer Society (ACS) at Blogalicious, a social media conference. Dr. Brawley’s October keynote came during a month where the world turns pink in honor of breast cancer, but his speech […]

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When a toddler says she’s sick

Posted October 5th, 2011 by monicasakala in Causes, Health

Typically when our kids fall sick, we know by the peeky look in their eyes, their flushed cheeks or their irritable behavior. But imagine how a mother feels when their seemingly healthy and active toddler abruptly tells her she is sick and needs to see a doctor. That was precisely […]

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