Who’s ready for a Lake George rumble between two little Joes? Keep reading for your RHONJ recap!
The show opens with Melissa (jokingly?) teaching her kids how to strip. For someone so sensitive about how she may or may not have been a stripper in the past, she sure jokes around about it a lot. I guess only Teresa can’t say it. Or Milania. Read More »
My focus this month for My Happiness Project will be on Friendship. This is a topic that is so very important to me. I grew up with a wonderful group of girlfriends in middle school and high school. This group of nine has stayed close even now, fourteen years after graduating. While we may only get together as a group at weddings, showers, and the like, we still stay in frequent contact through group emails, mass texts, and phone calls. Read More »
This post is part of the Progressively Perfect Virtual Dinner Party Blog Hop! Click on the links at the bottom of my post to hop around to other blogs that feature the rest of the dinner party recipes…appetizers, main courses, desserts, and even entertainment ideas! Read More »
It’s a Rosie-licious Real Housewives of New Jersey! Keep reading for your RHONJ recap!
This episode picked up exactly where last week’s left off. Joe Gorga is fresh off his gym confrontation with Teresa (“Go cook a book!”). He shows up at home PISSED. You would think he is pissed at Teresa, but he actually goes off on Melissa for “twittering” that Teresa is bankrupt and may need to rent Chanel bags. Read More »
Wow, this month really flew by! It’s not even technically over yet, but I’m cheating a little…
Am I happier now than at the beginning of June? Yes, definitely. Is it because I focused on Health for My Happiness Project for the month of June? Well, no. It’s because I had my adorable son and he is just perfect. How can I not be happier with this new little addition to my family? Read More »
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After having a second baby, I’ve had to drastically shift my priorities.
In the past few weeks, I’ve had to adjust my priorities quite a bit.
I used to have very high expectations of myself on a daily basis.
I liked dinner to be ready and the house to be clean by 5:30 when my husband got home. Clean as in all toys put away in their proper places, beds made, laundry done, and the downstairs vacuumed. Read More »
If I take a sip of wine each time someone says the word “amazing,” how many bottles will I have consumed by the end of this episode? My guess is about 17. Read on for your Bachelorette recap! Read More »