Archive for April 2015

Book Review: I'm a Believer

Book Review: I'm a Believer
Full disclosure here—I’m an unabashed liberal. So of course I would enjoy any story that ends with a fairytale finish, like that of David Axelrod’s “Believer: My Forty Years in Politics.” Even the most disinterested in politics would gather that Axelrod’s memoir would be comprised largely of his relationship with President Obama, and certainly, that... Read more »

Get your oversharing off my Internet

Get your oversharing off my Internet
Hey! You! Posting that picture of your baaaaby smiling at nothing. What is that? Your 15th post today? Cut that out! Oh, wait. I agreed to be your friend. Or did I send you the friend request? No matter. You’re on my feed now and to stay on it you are going to have to... Read more »

Teens, tech and texting during sex

Teens, tech and texting during sex
Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to … text during sex. Really. Given my proclivity to being a bit overbearing with my kids and their phones (“Who are you texting? Who? WHO?”), I’m drawn to articles about kids and technology and social media. There were two quotes from two different stories in just the... Read more »
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Book review: In Some Other World Maybe

Book review: In Some Other World Maybe
Looking for a good Spring Break read? Fall into the world of Phoebe, Adam, Sharon and Oliver. Shari Goldhagen’s “In Some Other World, Maybe” is the perfect beach/hotel pool/trip to your relatives kind of read. Not too heavy but definitely engaging—so much so, you’ll rip right through it in a marathon sun session. Goldhagen introduces... Read more »