PICKUP IN AISLE TWELVE: After a would-be suitor tails her to a grocery store checkout, Angie Wharton confronts the grim realities of her post-divorce dating options. Niggling guilt, a fickle resolve and easy access to her sister’s dinner table have kept her on the sidelines, but her brother-in-law’s patience –and supplies of cabernet are running low.
Pressed into posting an online dating profile, Angie decides to take the offense before love passes her by. But navigating this virtual world of blurred photos and lonely hearts will require her to create both a roadmap and a new understanding of herself.
Lipstick? Check. Eye contact? More or less. Awkward moments? Uh huh.
STUFFING SANDWICHES DOWN MY SHIRT… STRATEGIES AND INSPIRATION FOR CRUTCH USERS: An upbeat approach to one-footed living, this book delivers practical ideas for maximizing the temporary challenges asssociated with a casted leg and crutch use. The author, a single mom of three, found humor to be critical in making her post-op recovery time a fulfilling and, surprisingly, fun experience. Gym workouts, grocery shopping and even happy hours still happened —she deemed her cast to be “better than a puppy” in facilitating human connection. Now on Amazon.
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A big smile to all the Daddys, here with us today or dearly remembered… Your example teaches your sons how to be strong but kind men and guides your daughters to be confident and secure young women. Much of who we are came from those…
Prologue After “The Walmart Incident,” it seemed appropriate to take practical measures toward meeting dating candidates. And when my sister Katie started picking out guys on an online site one night, I decided I’d do better making my own selections. Not that she has…
What follows is my first advice letter as the Boost Your Work/Life Balance columnist at Salary.com. I’ve had a couple of these “how do I get where you are” conversations this past week, so it seems appropriate to run it here on Tips From the…
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As an advice columnist for Salary.com, I receive a lot of reader questions and emails regarding the blending of work and family. You can read a little of my story (and reader emails) here:
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