My friend Beth Feldman is the founder of Role Mommy. Which means she runs PR events for women amd brand events for bloggers. It means she offers online courses in PR and blogging, and that she passes on press opportunities to her giant database of bloggers. Oh, and it means she blogs, and sings, and writes parody songs. It means, dear readers, that she has her own Role Mommy credit card. Yes, a credit card.
So I wasn’t at all surprised when she decided that, you know, since she had so little going on in her life (did I mention the two kids, the husband, and the beautiful house in the ‘burbs?), that she decided to start a magazine.
Project You. It’s all about women, and pursuing your passion while raising your family.
Except for my essay in the mag – it’s about how sometimes (just sometimes) I meet kids that I don’t like.
Yes. I’m just that evil.
If you want to read it, click here, then turn to page 13. (you can read it online, or print it out and read it magazine style.)
One more thing: If you think that you recognize your own child in the piece. Well, you’re wrong.
Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.
I LOVE your child. Really.
That’s my story and I’m sticking with it.