Good Mom? Bad Mom? You Be The Judge

A couple of days ago, Gus and I saw a news segment about childhood vaccinations. The little boy in the featured piece had big, red eyes and had obviously been crying his little eyes out after his shot. That reminded me of one of my more “creative” parenting moments. Raising the boys by myself, well, I had to get a little more creative with my parenting style – besides, I prefer to come up with […] Read the Full Article »

Multi-award-winning dolls with a billion creative combinations arrive to challenge the traditional "fashion doll" category

Notable as the world’s first safety-certified 3D printed toy at retail, create-your-own Makies are on an award-winning streak, and set to make a splash at their US toy industry debut in Chicago this November. London-based indie toy developer MakieLab is debuting Makies on the US toy scene as a fully creative alternative to mass-produced fashion dolls and an exciting challenger to the “my Doll” tradition of American Girl. Makies are each built individually for their […] Read the Full Article »

I Will Not Subject to Bully Voting Tactics

Even when it looks like there is NO choice, there IS A CHOICE! As I prepare to cast my vote in Indiana, I have done my research and have determined who is most worthy of my vote. The sad part is, most positions don’t offer me a choice because there is only one candidate listed. During the last election, Indiana was called with only 2% of the votes reporting, which I find very sad! The […] Read the Full Article »

Why I may be abandoning Facebook! My Content, My Network – My Profits!

Social networks like Facebook and Twitter use user-generated content to generate profits with no money going back to the user sharing the content. While that has been the standard practice from the beginning, things were bound to change. TSU delivers a revolutionary idea that looks to change that practice in a HUGE way! Tsu is the first social network to offer a profit/revenue share of 90% with it’s users. TSU is the new kid on […] Read the Full Article »

Businesses Do Not Create Jobs – What Came First? The Chicken or the Egg?

I think all the chatter about Hillary Clinton saying “Businesses Don’t Create Jobs” is a bit silly in the overall scheme of things. When I heard that statement – the first thing I thought of is… NO Businesses Don’t Create Jobs – Unless there is consumer spending that supports the job creation. It really is a matter of what came first, the chicken or the egg! Toe-May-Toe, Toe-MA-Toe – Po-Tay-Toe, Po-TA-Toe I think the whole […] Read the Full Article »