I know I should care more.
I WANT to care more.
I simply can’t seem to muster up more UMPHH about it all.
So there must be something wrong with ME, right? (Hello, Captain Obvious. And no wise-cracks from the cheap seats.)
Today’s Empowered Moms are constantly re-evaluating what it means to “have it all” and creating new ways to balance family and work.
“The Mommy Wars” of the past decades, which pitted stay-at-home mothers against those in the workforce, have changed. There’s less camaraderie now between women in both camps and more isolation as mothers have such varied lives, both at work and at home.
A kindergartner who brought a loaded gun to his Houston elementary school Tuesday was among three students injured when the gun fired after falling from his pocket as he sat down for lunch, officials said. Two 6-year-old boys were wounded, including the one who had the gun. The boy who brought the gun was injured…
How do YOU define beauty? What makes someone beautiful?
The answer to that changes constantly. But one thing is for sure – The Empowered Mom knows “beautiful” starts from within. It’s only reflected and displayed on the outside. Perfect features are eclipsed by fear and doubt. Self-confidence is the sexiest thing going!!
Face it though, some people did get lucky when it comes to DNA. They struck it rich in the gene pool – and the proof is in the photos.
People magazine’s annual Most Beautiful People list was released this morning – and sure enough – there are beauties galore. Topping the list…
Jennifer Lopez takes the honor. This is the 11th time she’s been on the list.
So put this under the heading, “What Were They Thinking?”
It began when a photo of J. Crew’s president and creative director, Jenna Lyons, painting the toenails of her son Beckett in an ad, was sent to customers last week in a feature, “Saturday with Jenna.”
Jenn says, “Lucky for me I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink,” and says, “Toenail painting is way more fun in neon.”
This sparked a firestorm of debate regarding gender identity.