Since I started my blog about two and a half months ago, I have been reading other bloggers’ posts more often than ever. One thing that always jumps out at me, almost immediately, is the lack of editing the writer has done. More likely than not, if the first and second paragraph contain an average… More The Importance of Editing
PMDD, Every month you come into my life like Ninja Warrior stalking its target; timely, precise, unmerciful. You rob me of my joy, my sense of humor, my concentration. You strip me of my self confidence, my self esteem and self worth. You attack my sanity and peace of mind. You interrupt my life without… More A Letter to PMDD – When?
Women over 35 on Instagram I recently started using Instagram and You Tube and noticed what I feel is a huge problem right away. Skin care and makeup companies are targeting aging (not just women but men as well), they are doing an amazing job on social media to market their aging products toward younger… More Women over 35 on Instagram
PMDD, What is it? PMDD is the acronym for the condition Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder. According to the American Journal of Psychiatry, it occurs in about 5% of the female population, while PMS, according to the Department Health, occurs in about 85% of the female. PMDD can affect women of all post pubescent ages. For… More Life with PMDD is no life at all. Part I
I loved my apartment in Queens. My ex-husband and I purchased it in February of 1999 at the bargain cost of $85,000.00. It was a two-bedroom, one-bath condo facing a gorgeous lush green park. It had huge windows throughout and 10 foot ceilings with a very “lofty” feel. The bathroom and kitchen were brand new and… More Why I Left Queens, NY