I Want To Wake Up in the City That Never Sleeps…

Looking at the bright side and missing NYC with my ❤️

To Wear or Not to Wear a Mask (COVID-19), That is the Question

Many may disagree with me—CDC, WHO, health professionals and the like. However, in my germophobic mindset heightened by this pandemic—tells me that I should. No, I am not a health professional, I am a normal sometimes neurotic human, and a mom so it is only natural for me to have the mindset of just be… Continue reading To Wear or Not to Wear a Mask (COVID-19), That is the Question

Week 7: Stay at Home Mom, a Home School Teacher, Teleworker, and still Me

Photo by Magda Ehlers on Pexels.com Seven weeks ago, my children’s school turned into virtual learning, my employer enforced teleworking and I also have to be Mom.  Establishing a routine was a challenge at first as I had to juggle all three roles in one day.  The school sent a schedule of what my children’s… Continue reading Week 7: Stay at Home Mom, a Home School Teacher, Teleworker, and still Me

The Virus Named Corona

Photo by Binyamin Mellish on Pexels.com I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; Together we can do great things - Mother Teresa Good afternoon everyone. We have been hearing, talking, functioning, adjusting, working around the impacts of this virus. As a nation with the advancements and technology, I had expected… Continue reading The Virus Named Corona

Solution to the Toilet Paper Shortage: Non-Mechanical Cost Effective (<$40) Bidets

Warning, this post may be TMI... In the midst of this pandemic, you may have found yourself staring at empty shelves / aisles where towers of toilet paper once stood. I propose a solution—one that I can attest and confirm is a blessing in disguise. A family of five and this week we have used… Continue reading Solution to the Toilet Paper Shortage: Non-Mechanical Cost Effective (<$40) Bidets