Tag Archive: Museum of Motherhood

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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Unconventional Thinking

After officiating a sumptuous Bat Mitzvah at the Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor Saturday, my honey and I enjoyed a lovely night out like a real couple, seeing the new Aaron Sorkin/Steve Zaillian scripted, Brad Pitt starrer Moneyball at the local Bedford Playhouse theatre. Typically the only movies I don’t enjoy are horror…

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Giving Birth to MoM

Today was a great day for mothers all over the country. No, it wasn’t a bra burning day or the day that the perfect combination of lactogenic herb, pain relief and diet all arrived in one neat little pill.  But nonetheless, Mothers rejoice because the Museum of Motherhood was born into our world. The brain…

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