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If parents graded their children’s teachers

We are coming up on spring school conferences for our kids.  The idea behind the conference is to find out how your child is progressing in school.  Usually the teacher pulls out examples… Continue reading

Can you handle the truth??

As I do my best to raise kids, keep a marriage healthy and start a new business I am learning a lot about the truth. Whether it is speaking the truth, hearing the truth or… Continue reading

Yoga in unexpected spaces and places

Have mat, will travel.  That should be the slogan for Gorilla Yogis.   Two Minnesota yoga teachers hatched the fundraising concept within the past year.  Their mission is to raise money for various… Continue reading

How to keep your private life private! This is one step.

Consider today’s blog to be more like a public service announcement.   I am sure it’s no secret that the word wide web knows a lot about each and every one us and… Continue reading

Super Bowl Super Offensive?

Okay.. I realize I am the same person who just blogged about chest sizes in Hollywood, but today a more serious spin on sex, sports, the media and particularly the Super Bowl. Today’s… Continue reading

Hello Hollywood! ’bout time you featured a leading lady with this.

I saw “No Strings Attached” this weekend with Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman.   Disappointing would be an understatement.  I think it qualifies as one of “The Worst Movies” I have ever seen.  But there is a bright… Continue reading

Should Yoga be a sport in the olympics

This weekend I had the opportunity to see my first yoga competition, the Minnesota Regional Yoga Asana Championship.  Let me clarify.  I did not compete.  I merely watched in awe of what the contestants… Continue reading

Inspiration from a friend on the mend

I have this girlfriend.  She has a gift.  Even when faced with the worst, she seems to be able to focus on what’s best.  Just recently, around holiday time, she lost her job. … Continue reading

How to react when your child misses the school bus

Last week, I shared how our older son gets himself ready for school and makes the bus all on his own, before we even get out of bed. With our younger son it’s… Continue reading

Mom and Dad debate if a 12 year old should have a cell phone.

Mom is for.  Dad is against.  It’s  been this way since the topic of cell phones first came up about 3 years ago.  Up until now, my oldest son, now 12 and half,… Continue reading