Food is a bit like weather. We are all affected by it. And it has the power to swing the pendulum between a good day and a bad one.
The rain is pounding down so hard all around us that what normally looks like staccato lines, instead appears like a curtain of long, silver streaks. I hadn’t realized before coming to Panama in November that I would be in the country at the height of their eight-month rainy season. Fortunately, sun glimmers through the Continue Reading
Looking for a cozy pair of pajamas to gift mom (or better yet, buy for yourself)? These comfy pajamas for moms and women pair best with a good book, a new Netflix show, a glass of a wine and of course, a good night’s sleep. From lightweight and short to flannel and long styles, these pajamas for moms Continue Reading
Posted on October 25, 2019 I have long resisted the idea of being a blogger. I went to journalism school when there were still typewriters, and we had to provide a copy of each assignment in triplicate. When I did research at the Toronto Reference Library, I would use the card catalogues and look for Continue Reading
Putting a camera in the hands of your child makes them a visual storyteller of their travels. Of course, their storytelling will become increasingly sophisticated with age, but even little kids can have some big photo adventures.
Family vacations don’t just start when you get to your destination. It’s also about making the journey part of the trip. And with funky rolling luggage that your kids can pull (or ride)—and hopefully even pack themselves—travel can be more fun and easier for everyone.
The publications I have worked on are varied —from brochures to manuals to books — produced for clients and families and health care professionals.