How To Accessorize Like a Pro

Through my lifetime I have always been conservative. Now that I am “seasoned” I really wish I was bolder and did things differently. However, with that said, I have worked in Corporate America for the majority of my life which consisted mostly of black, navy or brown. Regardless of my age, I have learned to […]

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Cancer and Chemotherapy Tips

Cancer and Chemotherapy – Top Tips After I learned that I had breast cancer, they indicated I may not have to have chemotherapy. I was so thrilled that is all I focused on: get the surgery, do radiation and puff – I am done with cancer and can go back to regular life. Easy breezy! […]

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Raising a Teenage Boy

Raising a Teenage Boy – Twisted Thoughts of a Mom I feel like I am a good mom. Sometimes I like to live in denial, about social media, girls and school. However, as a parent, living in the land of denial only makes the issues bigger later on, so face them now! My recommendation is […]

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Twinsburg Festival 2018

A Twins Fest! Once I heard I had breast cancer, Shari and I created our own bucket list. Which we believe is important for everyone to do. Make a list of everything you want to see or do before you pass on with this life. Create these incredible memories with your family and friends. So […]

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Music and Memories Part Two

In my first article I explained how much I cherish music and all the playlists that I have created and why I feel I am stronger when listening to music. I can focus and write for days. Or when in the kitchen I can clean or cook better when I have music in the background […]

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Music and Memories

The title tells it all. Music makes memories for me. You should see my playlists; I have so many it confuses people when they look at it. But in fairest, I use music as a tool for my writing, relaxing, working out and just having fun by the pool. Music brings an element of comfort […]

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