As a mom/entrepreneur, I'm often amazed at the overlap between managing my family and managing my business. I've often heard the advice to "treat your family like a business," and have a mission statement, goals, "team meetings," and the like.
The New York Times has confirmed the actor, best known for his role as Mr. Spock in 'Star Trek,' died at his home friday morning in Los Angeles.
Nimoy also released five albums via Dot Records, one of which borrowed from his days as Spock: "Leonard Nimoy Presents Mr
Truth be known, I look forward every evening to giving my brain a well deserved rest from the mental aerobics I put it through daily. I admit it...I've been watching the same soap opera for fifty four years.
1957 was 57 years ago this year, and as I move through my first Mother's Day without my mom in the world, I know my loneliness is shared by millions of motherless women and men, boomers and non-boomers alike
With due respect to Dr. Spock, Dr. Brazelton and now Dr. Sears, no one has figured out a fool-proof method of raising perfect children; it's a daily pop quiz that requires learning on the fly.
I am probably the best mom ever. At least that's what my son told me in a text he sent me to wish me a Happy Mother's Day. Really? Probably the best mom?
What were you clueless about as a new parent? Does book learning help, or do you mostly figure it out as you go along?
Changes in one book tell us a lot about the changing views of parents over the years.
Trust Yourself. You know more than you think you do. Do those classic words of parenting advice resonate today?