The Other F Word is an authentic look at the trials and tribulations of being a woman in midlife. Finally, something for us by us on TV!
Read about my struggles as a mom and learn about P&G’s Thank You Mom campaign.
2015 marks the year that I will be turning forty. And believe it or not, I’m not upset about it either. I am ready to embrace my middle-ageness. Cue video!
Meet Michelle and Masonia, two moms who are just like us, only they have HIV. Get to know their story and learn about the Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign.
As a working mom, you may feel compelled to throw on a cape & save the day at every turn. But by doing so, what are we teaching our kids about boundaries?
The business of being mom isn’t easy. Independent Avon Representative Bianca Harris breaks down why she left her job to sell Avon full-time.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12th! Share advice that was given to you by your mom and win a $50 Sephora gift card for Mother’s Day.
On this day, just 19 years ago, I gave birth to a chubby baby boy with beautiful brown eyes, dimples, and head full of black curls. As soon as my eyes laid on his, it was immediate earth shattering love. The kind of love I never thought I would experience at 18 years old, anyway.
Which brings me to this question: as moms on the move, career ladies, wives, and professionals, can we have it all? Erica and Tina are a case study in progress and we are witnessing their conundrum first hand, an issue that a lot of us ladies face.
When I tell you the feeling of seeing your child reach a major milestone in their life is unparallelled. My 18 year old manchild is now a high school graduate and I am so proud of him. He will be going to college soon, and I don’t know what I am going to do without my baby.
Seeing the tweet of Tamera resplendent in all of her baby glory, glowing, and fabulous, made me feel a twinge of the baby-itis. At 36, I am not too over the hill to have a little one. But it may be a little awkward since I have a 18 year old who just graduated from high school and an 8 year old.
The Cubicle Chick introduces Guest Contributor, Sade Tagbo, who is a speaker, blogger, wife and homeschooling mom of two who knows firsthand about living a fast paced and busy life, burning a candle at both ends? Is there a way to do this…better?