It’s OK Not to Go Overboard

I am probably in the minority when I say that. But, it’s ok not to go overboard. I had to tell myself that this weekend. You see, I had big plans for a fancy, shmancy cake for my mom this weekend. (I mean, I do have a reputation to uphold, after all.) But, my computer […]

A New View

Visits to amusement parks were a regular occasion for my family when I was growing up. Since we lived about a 45 minute drive from “the happiest place on Earth,” and only five miles from Magic Mountain, a day at the park was a frequent activity. Those days are a wonderful part of my childhood […]

Diet for the Decades — Your Best Diet at 50+

This is the fourth and final part in a series of guest posts by Elizabeth Somer, MA, a registered dietician and the author of nine books including Food & Mood: The Complete Guide to Eating Well and Feeling Your Best. She is also the spokesperson for 8th Continent Complete Soymilk. Elizabeth has carved a unique […]

Cute Feet!

My sister Jamie bought these for FishBaby when she was born. They are so stinking cute, I’m milking them for all they’re worth. She’s still sporting them – barely – at eight months of age. In case you’re like me and can’t tell what they are until you put them on the wrong feet, they […]

Book It! WomenHeart’s All Heart Family Cookbook

I love a good cookbook. Over the years I have collected quite a few. (You know me, the glutton? Of course I’ve collected quite a few!) Anyway, I also like books that teach you something. These are books that aren’t just a conglomeration of recipes, but that also impart knowledge that can transfer to your […]

WomenHeart’s All Heart Family Cookbook

5/11/09 – THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. WINNERS are gahome2mom, allisonking, and denise_22315. Please send me your mailing addresses. You may not know, but heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the US. It’s in the best interests of our families and ourselves to take care of our bodies, and particularly, […]

Honor Your Mama: Whatcha Gonna Do?

This is the first year in awhile that I get to spend Mother’s Day with my mom. Not only do we now live in the same state, but she is also coming down for the weekend to watch the kids while we go to a homeschool conference on Friday and Saturday. That leaves Sunday for […]

Ride ‘Em, Cow Girl!

Grampa and Grammy have horses. And saddles. And cowboy hats. Needless to say, the kids had a blast, decking themselves out in western gear, riding the saddle, and even talking with a twang. “Ma, when are Pa and Grampa gonna git back here with the grub?” These people crack me up. How have your peeps […]