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Constantly Worried About Weight: Why I Don’t Diet (My Story)

Yes, I constantly worried about weight. This is my story of why I don’t diet. (Anymore.)

As I sit down to write this, I want to slam shut the laptop, scream, and run away.

Because,

A. It’s hard, and
B. it’s private, and
C. I could say it’s none of your business.

But it is your business, especially if you’re a girl/woman, because unless you are like .01438% of the population (stat made up entirely by me) and have never felt insecure about your body, then you’re the Rest of Us, who have.

And do.

Every day. Read more

8 Reasons Why Moms Should Be Secret Agents

I have given something a lot of thought lately: mommies the world over would be excellent in espionage.

I think the C.I.A. should hire us, and I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve taken the liberty of submitting one large resume on behalf of moms everywhere.

Of course, we’ll have to have Spy Names, like Scully, or Agent 99, or Bond … James Bond – something like that. Give it some thought. Seeing as how once upon a time, approximately three hundred years ago, I was a ballerina, I’ve decided to be Tutu. I’ll have a pointe shoe phone. Read more