Category Archives: Domestic Goddess

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT – EXTREME GUIDE TO PARENTING!

TUNE IN TO SEE Spiritually Sexy Diva Mama, Shira Adler & family on the debut episode of BRAVO TV’s Extreme Guide to Parenting, airing Thrs. Aug. 7, 9:30pm/8:30c. In honor of the premier, take advantage of a special discount on Diva Mama Aromatherapy Synergy Sprays as seen in the premier of Bravo’s new docu-series Extreme…

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Spiritually Sexy – A New Resolution for 2013

Now that the holidays are almost done, it’s time to return to one of my favorite (and too long neglected) topics – nurturing our beautiful core essence, aka the inner Diva. With the end of the Mayan calendar behind us, and the New Year in front of us, I am looking forward to things that…

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Love Your Girlfriends, Love Yourself

I’m trying to pump out this blog before one of my new favorite shows comes on.  Maybe you’ve heard of GCB (Good Christian Bitches)?  It’s a slightly mainstream delectable comedy on ABC about a recently widowed babe (fka the high-school “mean girl”) who has no choice but to move back in with her overbearing mama…

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Barter Bliss

For all of my new readers, people that are joining me here and have been following my new series on Working Mother Magazine – welcome.  I wish that this could be a longer, more profoundly detailed blog, but considering that I can’t see straight, every bone in my body is aching and I’m dreaming of my…

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Justifiable Procrastination

Why is it so incredibly easy for many of us moms to give, do and manage everything and everyone else before committing to creating sacred space for ourselves? It’s a question I discuss frequently in my D.I.V.A. programs and will probably touch on again in this week’s Divas-do-Lunch program that I’m presenting on Wednesday December…

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My Mother Never Wore a Hat Like That!

Is there anyone who wasn’t captivated by the Royal Wedding?  And who among us didn’t have admiration for the fantastic Dr. Suess inspired chapeaus that paraded along the red carpet and into Westminster Abbey?  But my greatest appreciation was reserved for the die hard fans of the Royal fanfare (you know who who you are). …

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Thanksgiving: Variations on a Theme

This year geography prevents my doing a whole Norman Rockwell thing for Thanksgiving.  I am in NY and most of my family is in LA, so spending the holiday with my six younger siblings and our thirteen children is, unfortunately, not happening.  But showering family with culinary affection isn’t how I think we should be…

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