Bake it Happen for Breast Cancer Awareness

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Last week I had my yearly mammogram.  Usually, I don’t think much about it.  It’s just something that I do.  In fact, I worry more about getting all the way across town than I do about the results of my test.  This year, however, when my doctor disappeared for longer than usual, I suddenly got […]

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I Miss My Car

In the annals of reality television, perhaps no show is as weird as My Strange Addiction, the show about people addicted to things like eating toilet paper, eating glass, licking their cats.  Really.  But one of the weirdest — and one of the only episodes I’ve ever seen – featured a man who was having “an […]

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CE WEEKin NYC: Some of my Faves

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CES is a massive, miles long, completely insane, totally exhausting labyrinth from which it feels you may never escape.  CE WEEK, however, held each week in smaller venues across  the country, is an interesting, manageable look at the latest in tech. In my case, it even comes with a fab lunch, courtesy of Techlicious, at […]

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Toddy Gear Review

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Full Disclosure: To facilitate this review, I received the  products pictured.  As usual, all opinions expressed are my own.   Fingerprints. Gunk. Grime.  Sticky Stuff.  That’s what ends up on my phone screen ALL the TIME. That’s why I was so excited that Toddy Gear to get a box of well-designed screen cleaning products from […]

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In Defense of Matt Lauer

Yesterday’s keruffle over Matt Lauer’s dubious line of questioning with  Mary Barra, the first female CEO of automotive giant GM, on the Today Show gave Lauer haters new fuel. (In a nutshell, he asked Barra if she thought she could be both a good CEO and a good Mom.  You know, just like he always […]

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Iceland: Greenest Family Vacation Ever

1Getting Ready to Snorkel in a continental rift
2"Hot" River, created by underground HotSprings
3. Hallgrímskirkja Church
4. On the Second Largest Glacier in Europe.

Last week, my family and I vacationed in Iceland. It wasn’t icy at all. As a matter of fact, temperatures in Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, and the city you’d be most likely to visit, are generally mild year-round.  They’re less cold in winter, and get less snow than NYC, plus, they have milder summers, too.  Who […]

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