I finished a big freelance project writing original product copy for the launch of two new websites for a Fortune 500 company (I swear, people pay me to write); gave my website a little makeover (hope you like!); attempted to be a full-time mom, entertaining my kids in the last weeks of summer break with playdates, ice cream outings, and back-to-school shopping trips; offered to chair our preschool’s fundraising committee again this year; attended a couple of charity event meetings; and fulfilled my homemaker duties by picking up the living rug from the cleaners, grocery shopping, and cleaning up for the cleaning crew (yes, I have become my mother…I now clean for the cleaners).
Don’t get me wrong, I have a ton of help, but there are only 24 hours in the day. It’s on my to-do list to get that changed.
So with all of that, I never had the opportunity to ask you to check out a really important piece that I wrote for a company called SMRT. Well, it was important to me, so hopefully you’ll like it.
The post deals with my rare autoimmune disease that nearly killed me and my fear of passing my not-so-great health along to my little ones.
On a happier note, the site, SMRTparenting.com, which I highly recommend, is hosted by two women who I love, Hope Firsel and Robyn Brecker, with guest-written articles by Wonder Woman-strong, intelligent mommies, and friends.
Let me know what you think!