for the love

Do you ever look in the mirror and think about all of your imperfections? Or stop short of eating those cookies at the office because you know exactly where on your body they’ll sit after you eat them? A few months ago I was having some thoughts. You know, the ones where you re-realize you’ll never … More for the love

don’t be a turkey

I’m going to start this by proclaiming something: I like all holidays. There, I said it. I don’t have a favorite and I don’t hate any of them. I’m not sure why, they just all seem exciting in their own way. Costumes and sugar rushes on Halloween, having Lucky Charms with green milk on St. Patrick’s Day, overeating mashed potatoes … More don’t be a turkey

remember when

Once I tried to write a blog post, only to find my laptop had been commandeered every single night by my (now) 12 year old. And it got me all nostalgic about the days when he wasn’t old enough to take over my electronics, knew less about them than I did, didn’t know how to … More remember when


One of the things I love about New York is how you can go from subways and art museums to hiking trails and strawberry picking. Basically like apple picking, but slightly hotter and easier to sample as you pick. It was a perfect day activity, although one of those big floppy hats would have been nice since it’s … More #farmingnotfarming

movie flashbacks

We have happened upon a new family activity: watching movies from our childhood. I think it may have started around Halloween. We got into a kid-spooky movie watching zone, which resulted in Tyler introducing the boys to Ernest Scared Stupid – which of course they loved. Fast forward to today, and we’ve now watched cartoons like … More movie flashbacks

84 degrees

Mason is 11 and Milo is 9. These ages, coupled with the fact they had a week off in February, created the perfect storm for a Florida adventure:  1. We figured before long (possibly next year) Mason will lose interest. 2. When they have off school one of us has to take off work anyway. … More 84 degrees

new york mind

Sometimes I’m still weirdly giddy that I live here. I see things that are circulating the internet and I think, “I know which subway stop that is!” or “How does anyone outside of New York even get these jokes?” And then I think about how I view things differently now that I’m here. Not just … More new york mind