How to Keep a Mommy Friend When You Aren't a Mommy

I don’t have young children. I don’t have children at all but my friends do. I think I’m a pretty good friend; I go to the mall and sit in the play area for hours just to get to talk to my friends, I tolerate crying, screaming children in my company as we shop for clothes, groceries, etc. ...more

Is it possible to make money and make the world a better place? Discover socially responsible investing for financial health.

  Can you be financially healthy in a time when the world’s markets show a critically unstable temperature? Is it possible to make money and make the world a better place? If you consider socially responsible investing—or SRI—the answer might just be yes. ...more

The Mom Who Took Off On Her Motorcycle

Hi everyone, I just finished the most important task of my life -- raising my four kids and two step kids and now I'm facing an empty nest. I'm staring into my future and it seems so strange. I decided I needed what Denise calls "a quest" so I'm taking off on my motorcycle with my husband on his motorcycle for ...Alaska! We're starting on the tip of Long Island and travelling across Canada and then up the Alaska Highway to Alaska. ...more

This is What Peace Feels Like

Become inspired in three minutes!  See Jane Do has captured the essence of CODEPINK's Mother's Day event and vigil in this short video.  Our team reported on the event and will feature the stories of these everyday extraorindary women who came together to promote peace on June 3rd, at 1:00 P.M on KVMR. Over 8,000 quilt squares were sewn from people worldwide to create a 150 foot quilt that read, "I will not raise my children to kill another mother's child". ...more

Why two little letters—N-O—are so hard to say

In striving to be SuperMom, we often forget how and when to say no. Setting limits is often difficult. By nature, women are nurturers—the ones always helping others—and while it’s admirable, it can often turn our lives into chaos. At that point, being overcommitted with no time for ourselves, we’re left feeling frazzled, burnt-out, despondent and not much good to anyone. ...more