As a space at the intersection of studying the rhetorical construction of identity and difference, pursuing a professional career in education, and contributing to a family as a loving mother and wife, Balancing Jane aims to shine light on how these roles intertwine. This blog frequently looks at topics like equally shared parenting and how media and pop culture contribute to perceptions on race and gender....more
Seacoast, New Hampshire
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I left my career at a Fortune 500 company to pursue the glamorous world of changing diapers, tantrums and finger painting. Along the way, we'll do tons of crafts, make some delicious and healthy recipes, share parenting tips, advice and rants, discuss motherhood, discuss my favorite products, promote giveaways, rant, laugh and do everything in between.
Come along on my journey, as I raise two young girls here on the Seacoast of New Hampshire, Barefoot by the Sea!...more
Colleen Kane is a writer who spent nearly seven years in Brooklyn, while working as a writer and editor for BUST and Playgirl magazines and contributed to other publications. In August 2007, she and her fiance moved to Baton Rouge while he attends grad school and she writes her first novel. A Jersey girl by origin, Colleen's mind is frequently blown by Southern culture. She blogs about that a lot, but also about her travels, the challenges of eating vegetarian and healthy in the Deep South, and all sorts of other tomfoolery. She is funny.
Thirty-something, married, homeschooling mother of five who is foul mouthed, loves Jesus, addicted to sex, and rants and raves about the craziness that surrounds her life and the world around her.
I have been blogging about life in India since 2007. I started off focusing on gender issues. Now I weave these with my experiences of personal growth through Isha Yoga and volunteering with the Isha Foundation, which keep me joyous and fulfilled. I also explore current news about yoga, meditation, spirituality and wellness, amongst others.I want to create a beautiful world, and my blog is one small contribution.
The day after we got engaged, my husband had a grand mal seizure. Turned out to be brain cancer. If you thought that things couldn't get any crazier, you'd be wrong. Now here we are, a vegetarian Jew and a meat-and-potatoes Lutheran with twin daughters, back in school, and catching whatever curve balls life keeps throwing at us.
Coming soon- more baby!...more