Category: Books To Read

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Up Your Spontaneity Quotient

In this Sunday's NY Times (aka my activity bible), I read an article in the travel section entitled How To Up The Spontaneity Quotient On Your Next Trip. This spoke to me because truth be told I am a planner and have been guilty of overplanning. But I am always looking for the middle ground, the ...

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I Have A Lot On My Mind

I imagine you do too. Not much happens on a typical Tuesday. It's not the start of the work week or the Humpday, and it's definitely not Thursday, which is almost Friday and then it's not a weekend night or a gloomy Sunday. It really is the only meh day of the week. But not ...

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EmptynestNYC Fall Preview!

What are you watching? Where are you eating? What Broadway show do I have to get tickets to? What about fun fall festivals?  Do you have any of these questions? If so, I've got answers! I love a good fall preview so I thought I'd share all the things I'm so excited about BEFORE I ...

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My Summer To Do List

When my daughter was going into junior year, I found a handwritten list in colored magic markers in her bedroom that said "Summer To Do List." Of course, I swiped it and put it in my box of treasures for safe keeping, but I remember it had some really adorable things on it, like going ...

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Just When You’re Comfortable In Your Own Skin, It Starts to Sag

  Great title, right? I agree, but it's not mine. It's the title of a new book, just out from the dynamic duo Amy Nobile and Trisha Ashworth. If you haven't read one of their previous books (also with amazing titles) I Was A Really Great Mom Until I Had Kids, and I'd Trade My Husband ...