Monthly Archives: March 2011

Thank you to The Everyday Philanthropist for sharing this wonderful information.  I LOVE, LOVE her blog, and cannot wait to read her book!  She shares LOADS of information to help the every day gal (or guy), like me, make a difference in the world, without busting our bank accounts.  Check her blog out!   April is National Volunteer Month and Everyday Philanthropist wants to make it easier for families to participate. We know you’re busy, but it is possible to […]

April is National Volunteer Month!

I found a really cool article in my newspaper a little over a week ago.  It was all about spring cleaning…the green way.   (photo) The thing is, I’ve always been into chemical-free cleaners, even before the whole “green” movement began.  I grew up in a home where my mom used Melaleuca, which is a company that makes chemical-free stuff.  Everything from cleaners to makeup to personal care products.  Soooo, it’s always been something I enjoyed.   Unfortunately, the aforementioned […]

Wellness Wednesday – Green Spring Cleaning

Anyone read Slummy Mummy?  If you haven’t, it’s hilarious.  Totally politically incorrect, judgmental, and silly.  In the book, the main character lumps moms into different categories:   Alpha Mum – These are the PTA presidents, the school volunteers…you know, the leaders.  The women who are completely organized, those who can knit, the women with the spotless houses, the women who unknowingly make you feel worthless.   Yummy Mummy – A Yummy Mummy is a hot/sexy/gorgeous mom.  She’s never seen in […]

Moms: Classified