Some books are good because they masterfully spin stories that you can relate to, drawing you in and investing you in the outcome. Others are good because they make you care about something that you normally wouldn’t think of. This book fails squarely in the latter category. You know when you read a book and [...]
A few months back, Rachel from Rachel Cooks! asked me to participate in Pancake Party, a month-long event celebrating (you guessed it!) pancakes. Since pancakes verge on phenomenon status in our house, I said yes and suggested Banana Split Pancakes.
The hotel is booked. My husband has planned time off to take care of the kids. And my elevator pitch is mentally ready. BlogHer 2012 is coming up fast and I’m preparing for my trip. But with the recent launch of Sarah by the Sea, there’s one thing missing: business cards that present both my [...]