By Renee Rocco of reneerocco.com You know how some folks are like, “that b*tch is crazy,” but she’s not a ‘mental’ sort of crazy. Yeah, well, after Jesse was born, I went full-blown insane. I dismissed it as an obsessive need to be the best mommy ever because of how long and rough the road […]
By Haley Linnet of Defiant Wanderings I’m not being hyperbolic. I literally had to have emergency surgery THREE DAYS after moving to Lima, Peru. An ovarian cyst, roughly the size of an ice cream truck, was wrapping around my left ovary. The doctor gleefully informed me that a few hours more, and I would have […]
By Danielle Sherman-Lazar of Living a Full Life After ED “I just need to get the bottles ready for tomorrow morning,” I say to my husband, taking a deep breath in, during my last pump out of the night. System cleared until morning—hopefully. This is where I perform my nightly prayer that my baby will […]
By Sarah Jones The other day I had plans to go to an event with a friend. She’s a mom of two little ones like I am and, like me, she doesn’t try to sugarcoat how hard it is to get through the day. It’s one of the many reasons I love spending time with […]
You need to see these side-by-side results from IKEA’s bullying experiment.
By Jennifer Golden of mommibomb I have logged in to MyFitnessPal for 50 days straight. For 50 days, I have diligently entered every morsel of food that has entered my mouth, including my 10-calorie, submarine-sized Omega 3 pill—a regrettable 500 calories of fish oil that I have consumed over the course of this MyFitnessPal journey […]
The wildly popular skincare company and multi-level marketing brand Rodan + Fields has found itself on the wrong end of a class action lawsuit for failing to disclose the side effects of its Lash Boost ingredients to consumers. The product, which costs a whopping $150 a pop, contains an ingredient called isopropyl cloprostenate that carries with […]
By Cheryl Gottlieb Boxer of No Sick Days for Mom In a photo my husband took of me almost 16 years ago, I am leaning on the double stroller in front of me, my two babies are perched inside, and the slightest hint of a smile plays on my lips. What that photo does not […]