Pomp and Circumstance

Posted May 23rd, 2012 by Sue Wagner in Parenting, Teens & Tweens, Uncategorized

In just a few days, my family will celebrate the first of hopefully many graduations. My oldest is graduating from 8th grade. My kids attend a K-8 school, so on one hand, it’s been a long nine years. On the other hand, wasn’t it just yesterday that I dropped off […]

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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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Being Blogalicious in 2012

Posted January 24th, 2012 by Jessica Haney in Living, Tech, Uncategorized

Be Blogalicious Weekend ’11 was so thought-provoking and so packed full of information, it’s taken me three months to write about the conference. Is that believable? It’s true. And when I think back to the presentation on “balance” by Jessica Smith (@JessicaNow) and Jeannette Kaplun (@Jeannette Kaplun), I’m okay with […]

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Unwanted guests in your bed: bugs!

Posted December 21st, 2011 by Jessica Haney in Green, Health, Living, Uncategorized

While a group of tired parents waited under bright lights in our school’s multi-purpose room for our December PTA meeting to begin, I overheard EverWonder Camps co-founder Moley Evans talking about freezing things to kill them. I just had to ask. Bed bugs. She had them. She hopes she doesn’t […]

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Philosophy The Present clear make up.

Posted December 14th, 2011 by Stephanie in Beauty, Uncategorized

I love Philosophy products. They are cruelty free, philanthropic and (selfishly) they are good products. By and large they do what they say. That’s why The Present was a bit of a disappointment. It is basically a glorified primer which is promoted as a clear make up skin treatment. Don’t let […]

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