But because I want to share this interview with you so badly, rather than delay it and try to write something witty myself, I am going to cheat and share just five of the many awesome reactions the video has been getting from friends on my personal Facebook page as well as the Daily Spark Entrepreneur community.
As I recognize the second anniversary of my heart attack, I will do the same thing. Appreciate all the smallest moments we tend to glance over, forgive the wrongdoings as the pain of remembering them weighs on our hearts and live every moment! Breathe in, breathe out. Smile. Hug. Love. Laugh. Live.
Let me tell you about my mom. She grew up in the Soviet Union in the late 50s, 60s and 70s. For those who are unaware, the Soviet Union was an extremely unhappy place back then as it was facing enormous cultural and political issues.
This week is National Women's Health Week. One of the messages doctors have for women is the importance of physical activity for mental and physical health.
My Mother's Day was a roller coaster ride of feelings but in the end, I found peace in knowing that I'm her still mother, and soon she will be better. I encourage you to share your story to shed light on mental illness and bring awareness to those suffering in silence. Together we can all be a part of positive change.
Knowing you're in the driver's seat doesn't mean life doesn't suck sometimes. It does. But sucky moments don't have to define us.
The quintessential symbol of motherhood is a mama duck being followed dutifully by her chicks, waddling across perilous terrain, facing imminent dang...
Last week, my foot got one of those awful cramps they say can come from not enough water (guilty) or potassium so I figured I'd give it a stretch, and I went two doors down to return some notecards I'd borrowed to my neighbor Jenn and to see if she wanted some leftover milk I had.
On Mother's Day this year, I was counting my blessings. I had the world's greatest mom -- she was the most generous spirit I know. But we didn't always make it easy on her.
In this touching episode of The Dinner Party with Elysabeth Alfano, Michael and his Emmy-Award winning filmmaker mother, Elaine Madsen, join me at the Sunset Marquis in Los Angeles
She came into my life on 2nd Nov, 9:30 am, over two and a half decades ago. It was a beautiful Monday morning and I was not expecting her for another week or so according to calculations by the obstetrician.
You've now heard of Marie Kondo, the Japanese Decluttering Consultant and creator of The Konmari Method. Well long before there was Marie Kondo, there was my mother, Bernice McCarthy, the Irish-Catholic-Marie-Condo, and creator of The McCarthy Method: The Life-Changing Magic of an Irish Catholic Family.
I've been thinking about the things I wished my Mom had said to me growing up, and even now. And about my beautiful friends who have all sorts of different and complicated relationships with their Moms or who lost them far too early.
These are my top three favorite things I have learned so far on my colorful adventure of being the mom to two amazing boys. These insights I've been gifted through motherhood are applicable to everyone -- enjoy!
Every child should be so lucky. Every child deserves extravagant attention and a waterfall of unwavering love, someone who would do anything for you, and often did. It meant the world to me back then. Every boy should grow up feeling, at least now and then, just like a prince.
It would take ten years for me to become a mother. It was the worst decade of my life. But now I see that it was also my first experience of how perfect and magical the universe truly is.