Archive for the ‘DJ the Football Mom’ Category
What would it take for your child to be eligible for a scholarship to a Division 1 college or university? Have you checked the course eligibility lately? There are critical numbers and necessary scores that can impact where your child can play. Parents may know their children’s stat line, but what about the expected score in that algebra class? Mom – you’ve got to know the numbers.
Tweet My mom had an incredible sense of humor and a razor sharp wit. Even after she was admitted into a nursing home and had some challenges with dementia, her comic timing was spot on. My sister Sylvia was her primary caregiver and worked tirelessly to make sure mom’s paperwork was always in order [...]
As I watched my mom slip away, I realized that you can never prepare yourself for the day that you lose your mom. She was there when I took my first breath and I was there when she took her last one.
Almost three weeks ago we launched our Game Ready Mom summer workout challenge. My co-host, Mia Jackson, intern, Janay James and I made a pact to get ready for the football season by getting in the best shape possible. I love the idea of working out with others even if we are not in the same city. I also like a challenge! I decided to jump right in and rev up my workout.
A friend called me to schedule lunch or dinner and I suggested that we schedule a “walk and talk” instead. We both needed to get exercise into our regular routine and being able to connect at the same would be ideal. We met for a “walk and talk” and before we know it an hour had gone by!
Tweet Dr. Daemon shared some great tips with us on our Blog Talk Radio Show for Game Ready Moms on Thursday. She also passed along some tasty smoothie recipes. Strawberry, Pineapple, Banana Surprise Smoothie “This a great smoothie that the whole family will love.” Dr. Dae Ingredients ½ banana 8-10 strawberries ( fresh or frozen) 2/3 [...]
Life moves by at a fast pace and before you know it; your little people are grown men and women. Enjoy every moment and allow yourself to be goofy with your children and others who you love.
Let me start by saying that I thought I had a fear of heights, but I finally realized that it’s really a fear of falling. When one of our friends suggested that we go zip-lining, I thought this would be the perfect way to begin to conquer this fear. I said “yes” to the opportunity.
Tweet Happy New Year! I am so thankful for the blessing of seeing another year! As a mom, it means another year to see my children grow into all that they are becoming. It also means we have another chance to make a new start—that is very exciting for me. My holidays were bittersweet [...]
No one knows the whole story but no matter what the truth is, we have heard enough to know that a decision was made to protect “the program” at Penn State and not the children. We have to really look at a culture where this is happening.