An App to Save Money and Avoid Discrimination by Discriminating Against WHITE Men

When I saw this on Twitter, I thought it was a joke. Nope, it’s a real thing! Perhaps it may be meant as satire, but we ALL know how serious SO many in this country take this sort of thing – don’t we? The app, called Equitable, is designed to split group restaurant bills based on gender and racial wage gaps. So if you’re a white man brunching with a black woman and a Latina, […] Read the Full Article »

Hey Mommy Bloggers – Affiliate Marketing Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

I enrolled in the ShareaSale Product Discovery Bookmarklet Tool beta test. I share complete details of the SUPER easy option for linking to products and services of my affiliate partners. I know bloggers in general are super busy and sometimes don’t always monetize their blog as fully as they can – but mommy bloggers have a special place in my heart. I’ve been one. I know how easy it is to let your health care […] Read the Full Article »

Can We All Stop Victimizing Janay Rice Already?

I’ve been following the whole Ray Rice story from the time the first video appeared. I will admit, the first video left me with the impression that Ray and Janay had gone out, got drunk and one could not stand any better than the other. I shrugged it off. But, just like any story that we are fed information in small doses, my opinion has changed with each trickling element. The NFL and John Harbaugh […] Read the Full Article »

3 Ways Weight Loss Surgery Can Improve Your Life

Dr. Michael Feiz has performed countless successful lap band, sleeve gastrectomy, and lap band revision procedures; while his patients recount numerous reasons for undergoing a surgery, one benefit of the procedure they are usually too shy to admit to has to do with the improvements in the more intimate side of their life. It’s a sensitive subject, but it’s worth looking at the very real benefits to relationships and sexuality of significant weight loss, even […] Read the Full Article »