Exciting Announcement!!!

Check out my first bylined article in my new role as a columnist for The Denver Adventure. Very excited to get to flex my creative muscle on a weekly basis. 

https://thedenveradventure.com/california-colorado-conversion/

 

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Spread the Wealth I say!

These are such simple and creative meal ideas. I love it. Thank you for “Motherhood: The Real Deal!” for putting this together.

healthy family dinner ideas

http://motherhoodtherealdeal.com/parenthood/a-week-of-healthy-family-dinner-ideas-2/

 

Taming Colic and Keeping your Sanity

Although my children are now grown and on their own, I still remember those colic days with my son; coming home from work finding my husband sitting on the porch chain smoking and pulling his hair out while John E. sat in his swing screaming at eight weeks old. He had colic something awful when he was a few weeks old, and it seemed the only things that would make him happy were laying on my chest and my grandmother’s talented baby skills. I remember feeling helpless and like a terrible mother.

He eventually grew out of it, and life settled into a routine, but getting to that point was a traumatic experience. That’s why when I saw this article from Gerber regarding methods to treat the symptoms of colic, I decided to share it with all of my followers who might be living their own colic nightmare. So, here you go.

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https://www.gerber.com/singular-pages/colic-and-fussiness

 

In 2011, Diederik Stapel, a bright social psychologist at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, was suspended for fabricating data on a study that brought him much praise. At the Guardian, Stephen Buranyi profiles the team of researchers from the university’s psychology department, Chris Hartgerink and Marcel van Assen, who have since focused their research on scientific fraud.

via ‘It Was Too Good To Be True’: A Case of Scientific Fraud — Longreads