Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com What to gift the mom who has everything can't leave her house.... Wine tasting - Put together your own basket with a few bottles of wine, grapes, cheeses, etc.... For some tips on a wine tasting, check out our article, Dolly Does Diabolica for possible recipes and printables for the… Continue reading Mother’s Day Under Quarantine
My children are the loves of my life. Most days. Some days. Occasionally. Let's be honest...I love the little assholes with all my heart and would do anything for them but sometimes I do not like them. This morning was one of those times and it involved face wash. I've always told the girls to… Continue reading Thiefed in the Night
You know how you always wished that you had more time to do things? "If only I wasn't at work for eight hours, I could be getting so much done at home." Be careful what you wish for because now we have the time. Week one of physical distancing was a little confusing, but we… Continue reading Occupying Our Time
I love the people that I work with and, every once in awhile, that makes me feel sad for people who are stuck working every single day with people that they dislike. I've previously worked at a couple of places where it seemed awkward (for lack of a better word) with a co-worker but nothing… Continue reading Leech Your Way to a Better YOU!
Photo by Nicolas Postiglioni on Pexels.com March 8th was International Women’s Day. International Women’s Day has been celebrated since 1911 and is “a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.” – http://www.internationalwomensday.com If you are looking to be… Continue reading International Women’s Day and the Moose Hide Campaign
I’d like to thank a friend for tagging me on Facebook so that I could share in the absolute hilarity of this article. We’ve all had experience with inept managers that sucked the life out of everyone around them and blamed their own shortcomings on those unlucky souls “below” them. Thankfully, I have a job… Continue reading Whacked in the Happy Sacks
From my teen years and well into my early twenties, Fear of Missing Out was a regular occurring anxiety. You never wanted to miss the big party that everyone would be talking about the next week at school or the gathering of friends that would be reminisced about for years afterwards. Now that I’m safely… Continue reading FOMO vs. JOMO