A Day in My Life (Right Now)

I didn’t realize until after I hit publish on my last post that it was my 1,000th written since I launched a tiny little site called Silly Tater Tot nearly six years ago (!!!). In it, I invited you to “Meet Me” and the me was a 27-year-old newlywed with no kids, a new job at a little [...]

Homesick, Party of Two

The sign of a good vacation? You cry when it’s over. (I guess that could be the sign of a really terrible vacation, too…but in my case, the tears were because I just wasn’t ready to come home. Neither was Lucas.) I’ve talked before about my family’s property in Maine — we’ve had it since [...]

The Not-So-Humble Brag Post

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Have you heard of humblebrags? It’s false humility. When you share something that is super flattering to you in an “oh, this old thing” manner. Examples, via @humblebrag on Twitter: This post? There’s NO humility. Just bragging. Because I want to run around high-fiving people and jumping up and down because I am so darn excited [...]

Oh Woe

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For the first time in years, I’ve found myself consistently awake at 4:00 a.m. with my mind racing. It’s a mix of the reasonable: I hope things go well on our TV shoot next week. Did I finish writing that script in the C block? I have to remember to print those teases. I can’t [...]

Red, White and Blue Giveaway

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Cue the fireworks! One of my very favorite blogger/business owners wants to help make it a really special 4th of July holiday. (You remember Jasmine, no? I gushed over her work in “Chasing Her Dream” and then she revealed some of the scary-but-wonderful challenges of quitting her job and pursuing her passions in “My Very [...]

My Baby Beat Me to the Finish Line

Well, I’m humbled. My baby — all of six months old — beat me to the finish line at a 5K this weekend, setting her PR, her PDR and even winning the unofficial stroller division. I’m just hoping it’s the beginning of a beautiful relationship she has with fitness. On Friday, DadJovi called and said [...]

Moving Forward

I’m still in shock over the events in Boston, but after a full day of letting myself feel sad, I’m trying to move forward. My thoughts and heart are with the victims and my beloved city. I will get back to business on the blog soon. Peace be with all of you.

Seven.

I had a blog post all written full of funny, sappy advice on making it through seven years of marriage, as I have today. It was a list of things to look for (someone who will love your pets like children, someone who will pull your hair into a ponytail when you find yourself covered [...]

Running With Friends

This morning, I’m doing my first 10K in two years, my first race since having a baby and my longest running distance at all in more than a year. And I could not be happier. I’m happy to be able to run. I’m happy that I want to run. I’m happy that some of my [...]

Go Red for Babies

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A few years ago, I shared the story of my own heart scare (scare is really too dramatic a word, but…). I have something called SVT. It’s essentially a condition that makes my heart race and can lead to some light-headedness and even nausea. It’s not fun but in my case, it’s controlled by some [...]