Curly Hairstyle of the Week: Holiday Hairstyles for Naturally Curly Hair


Now that the holiday season is upon us, why not come up with festive holiday hairstyles to match your little girl’s festive dress. For our Curly Hairstyle of the Week, Princess and I came up with a cute flat twist and bun combo that complemented her naturally curly hair. Curly Hairstyle of the Week: Holiday…

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Unusual Toys for Toddlers


My kids have too many toys to count. Princess still likes dolls, but she’s mostly into board games and crafts these days. As for her little brother, he prefers unusual toys. Most days you’ll find O with his cars and trucks. In fact, he loves his toys so much that he never goes anywhere without them and…

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5 Spooky Things to do on Halloween


We had a great time on Halloween this year. It was actually my first time trick-or-treating and also the first time we went trick-or-treating as a family. Even though the holiday is over, I’m still reeling from all the excitement. That said, here are five spooky things to do on Halloween. Visit the pumpkin patch. We…

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Why Some Parents Dread the Ending of Daylight Saving Time

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Most people look forward to the ending of daylight saving time. Some parents on the other hand, dread it. Before my husband and I had our children, we’d stay up late watching movies. When it was time to set our clocks back, we’d snuggle in bed for an extra hour or two. Now that we have…

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How Becoming an American Citizen Changed My Life


I remember sitting in an office with my parents and a woman. They all sat there waiting for me to sign my identity away, or so I thought at the time. But little did I know that signing the piece of paper in front me would mean that becoming an American citizen would change my life…

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What I’m Looking Forward to at Periscope Summit


I’m on my way to Periscope summit and I’m super excited. I was a little concerned about traffic because of Pope Francis’s visit to the Big Apple, but it looks like the traffic jams will mostly be in midtown and not in Harlem where the Periscope events are being held. For those of you who aren’t…

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Best-Selling Author Jackie Collins Dies of Breast Cancer


It was just three months ago when I was asked to interview Jackie Collins at the Hotel Plaza Athenee in New York City. She was promoting her new book, The Santangelos. No one in the room knew that she was battling breast cancer.   I sat down with her to talk about the book, motherhood, and keeping marriage sexy…

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5 Common Networking Mistakes People Make

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Many people get hired for jobs just by networking. Putting yourself in a position where you’re able to develop contacts to help further your career is a great example of working smarter and not harder. But, I’ve seen people drop the ball and miss out on opportunities because of networking mistakes. Tweet: Here are 5 common networking…

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