There is a never-ending slew of movies, comics and shows about office life. Crazy bosses, crazy co-workers, crazy customers ... keeps everyone on their toes, right? Well, as a tribute to the interesting world of office life, I created a design that is a perfect gift (perhaps more true than funny for some!).
Quote: Don't underestimate me. That's my boss's job.
Available as a coffee mug, tote bag, pillow, print, phone case, iPad case cover and laptop cover. Check it out.
Beautiful Quotes About Pregnancy "A moment in my tummy ... a lifetime in my heart." "A baby is something you carry inside you for nine months, in your arms for three years and in your heart till the day you die." - Mary Mason "All the time we wondered and wondered, who is this person coming/growing/turning/floating/swimming deep, deep inside." - Crescent Dragonwagon "Before you were born I carried you under my heart. From the moment you arrived in this world until the moment I leave it, I will always carry you in my heart." - Mandy Harrison Before you were conceived I wanted youBefore you were born I loved you Before you were here an hour I would die for you This is the miracle of Mother's Love
- Maureen Hawkins "Whether your pregnancy was meticulously planned, medically coaxed, or happened by surprise, one thing is certain -- your life will never be the same." - Catherine Jones "No language can express the power and beauty and her…
Makes you think about the places you donate money and goods to if you saw the "Think before you donate" on Facebook or anywhere else online. So, I thought I'd see if any of this info was verified and came across the website Snopes. Let's begin with the information I saw on Facebook today ... Below it is the information that Snopes researched and discovered.
* The American Red Cross
* March of Dimes
* The United Way
* The Salvation Army
* The American Legion
* The Veterans of Foreign Wars
* The Disabled American Veterans
* The Military Order of Purple Hearts
* The Vietnam Veterans Association
* Make a Wish
* St. Jude Research Hospital
* Ronald McDonald Houses
* Lions Club International
Info on Snopes.com about Charitable Compensation ... I am including both the excerpts from the "original" email content posted on Snopes along with their corrected information.
First things first ... here is the info circulating on the web that Snopes look…
This post-pregnancy body of mine has got to go. My daughter is 6 months old and I'm 100% full steam ahead -- eating healthy and adding fitness back into my life. I've been fit for pretty much my entire life and lugging around extra weight is no good for me, my joints or my wardrobe (I live in South Florida and the more clothes you wear, the more miserable you are).
Thankfully, a fellow mom & Army Vet introduced me to the 30 Day Squat Challenge. Committing to 30 days is totally reasonable and the squat challenge is PERFECT for moms because you don't need a lot of time to do it, you don't have to go to the gym and you don't have any excuse since you can do it anywhere and anytime you want. The only requirement is you DO follow the schedule.
I looked at the challenge and thought 50 squats in a row was reasonable. 250 sounded way too tough for the physical shape I am in. Despite my better judgment I figured I'd do it every day and I'd give it my all. No ex…
Well, you might think that American Airlines would stop putting their foot in their mouth over the baby who put a boob in his mouth ... but lo and behold ... yet another response from AA to further exacerbate the issue at hand.
"To clear up a misunderstanding, American Airlines has always allowed mothers to breastfeed during flight. The approach our flight attendants take is to ensure breastfeeding mothers have the privacy they wish to have, while also ensuring the comfort of our other passengers. We apologize to the breastfeeding mother who was offered a blanket during a recent flight by a well-intentioned flight attendant. The intent was to make everyone on board comfortable, including the unrelated 12-year-old sitting int he same row."
To be honest, this response really upsets me. First of all, this is the most passive aggressive way possible to shame a nursing mother. The airline acts as if they were protecting the innocent 12-year-old who would be exposed to such inde…