When was the last time you turned off your wi-fi? I mean really turned it off at the router. A habit I’ve gotten into since Landrie’s birth is turning off/unplugging our wireless router at night. Did you know the World Health Organization classifies … Continue reading Don’t forget to turn off your WiFi!
With Mother’s Day around the corner, have you considered what you’ll be sending your mom, grandma and/or friend mom this year? Due to our current health crisis and shelter-in-place, picking up a snail mail card could be challenging. I’d like … Continue reading Punkpost + Mother’s Day
Founded in Vienne, Austria and headquartered (since 2014) in Austin, Texas, Woom’s goal is to build bikes that inspire children and their parents. With an arrangement of custom bikes for kids ages 1.5 years up to 14 years old, Woom’s kid friendly … Continue reading Woom Bikes
Due to the current health crisis, we’ve all transitioned to more screen time. I thought it apropos to mention the importance of blue blocking glasses. These glasses help minimize the junk light that radiates from our screens, which can negatively … Continue reading Blue Blocking Glasses
When my thoughtful mom-friend, Lindsay, asked me if I wanted to come on board with her Beauty Counter team a few years ago, I was like “heck yay!”, I already buy it, why not help promote something I believe in … Continue reading Beauty Counter
Walk or Run the Butler trail around Lady Bird Lake. Refer to it as “Town Lake” and you will immediately be propelled to “Austinite” status. Download A Printable Butler Trail Map Grab coffee at Jo’s on S.Congress. Then have an Instagram … Continue reading New to Austin? Make sure you add these to your Austin to-do list.
Before I had a kiddo, summer time always felt a little discombobulated. The “normal” routine disrupted by children not in school, vacations, and friends wanting to escape the Austin, TX heat. But now that I have a 3 year … Continue reading Summer Time
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Let’s talk water. We all need it. In some organisms, up to 90% of their body weight comes from water. Up to 60% of the human adult body is water. But do you actually know what is in your drinking … Continue reading Water
After having a baby and being north of 40 years old, I just assumed that my brain could only handle so much information. That forgetfulness was part of growing older and I was too old to learn/remember something new. The … Continue reading Learning how to Learn