Tag Archives: humor

Who Me? I’m Totally Comfortable With Aging: Guest Post By Cindy Reed

Cindy Reed is a wife, mom, educator, blogger, and part-time grownup who has been writing at The Reedster Speaks since she refused to name her 2012 resolutions on December 31, 2011. She writes about such Pulitzer-worthy topics as getting her … Continue reading

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Our Story to Tell : Guest Post by Alexandra Rosas-Schultze

  Alexandra is a first-generation American who writes memoir and humor for various websites. She posts on her personal blog Good Day, Regular People of life in a small town as the mother of three boys. Alexandra was named a 2011 … Continue reading

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Travis Sloat: My Writer Roots

          Travis Sloat is an amateur everything who recently learned that in order to go pro in anything, you have to work for it. He and his wife, whom he affectionately calls “The Missus,” adopted two … Continue reading

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I Miss Writing Poetry.

Alex Iwashyna went from a B.A. in Philosophy to an M.D. to a S.A.H.M., poet and writer by 30. Today, she spends most of her writing time on LateEnough.com, a humor blog (except when it’s serious) about life, parenting, marriage, … Continue reading

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Loving My Dirty Roots

Today please welcome Leigh Hewett, author of the blog Leigh vs Laundry, which documents her misadventures as a stay-at-home mom. Readers follow along as she juggles housework, motherhood, creativity, and delusions of grandeur. She also writes a weekly column called Moms … Continue reading

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Fear & Loathing in the Sky

Today’s Red Dress Club prompt is non-fiction from my point of view. It is to “write a formal complaint letter to my deepest, darkest fear.” **not necessarily looking for concrit here, just felt like being snarky/funny about it!** Dear Boeing 737, Your … Continue reading

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Kelly from Speaking From the Crib & The Mother Load– are Schlepping From the Synagogue!

I helped Kelly over at Speaking From the Crib with a Hanukkah-related post for today. Go check her out & see! I have really enjoyed working with Kelly. She is so sweet & thoughtful and I love that she was … Continue reading

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