(…and apparently our timing is right according to today’s NY Times article about Podcasts!) So here is our latest addition to The Moms!
We have been hosting and producing our Mamarazzi events since 2012! This has included work with all the major film studios, publishing houses and celebrities such as Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jen Garner, Pitbull and so many more! We are coming up on a major celebration and announcement with our Mamarazzi events that we cannot wait to share.
I have lots of crushes. But today on #WCW (women crush Wednesday) I want to intro you to masbisjoux and Morgan, the mom of 3 behind it.
The MOMS hosted a Mamarazzi event with Miles Bakshi, Director Tom McGrath, Producer Ramsey Ann Naito, and Author Marla Frazee to discuss their new hit film The Boss Baby, and The Dolby 88 screening room.
When I decided to go for a blow out yesterday for the first time since chemo …it was right before I had to pick up my boys from school. I didn’t have my video rolling initially but I had my hood up and right away Jaylan said, “Mom, you aren’t wearing you wig!”
This is a BIG deal. Almost 1 year ago today (March 15th), I shaved my head. I had my 2nd chemo treatment for Breast Cancer and woke up to most of my hair on my pillow case.
Working from home has its challenges. I work out of my Boffice aka, the bedroom and office. There are many pros and also cons to this. Everyone’s situation is different. For me, it allows me to be more present with my children everyday. It allows me to be there when they get home from school, it allows me to run to school pick up for my little one and yet it is also a curse.
Thank YOU! I wouldn’t wish Cancer on anyone. But since I didn’t have a choice, I wanted to make a difference. When I attended this event last year when Sandra Lee received this award, I was nervous, in the midst of chemo, and honored to have been invited. Now, apparently, Susan G. Komen Greater NYC thinks I’m making an impact. I’m incredibly honored and humbled to be the recipient of their Surviving With Impact Award on May 23rd, 2017. I have so many people to thank including each and every one of YOU for your love, support, likes, and shares to allow me to try to make an impact. Thanks to my #workwife Melissa Musen Gerstein for her partnership with me in The Moms which allowed me to have this voice, my parents Benita Caress Albert Oberlander and social-media shy Marv, my boys, family and friends for everything. I’m one lucky Surviving (#FutureCancerSurvivor) Mom. If you can join us, please do. If not, please continue to share so we can do our best to fight breast cancer! CLICK HERE www.komennyc.org/impactawards for tickets and donations!
She may be best known as Winnie Cooper but Danica as a mom is best known as a math whiz and she wants to teach your kids. Is her son good at math? How does she discipline?
Check out our new F•R•I•E•N•D• from our Mamarazzi event for Boss Baby with Subway at The Four Seasons in Los Angeles.
The MOMS hosted a Mamarazzi event with Danica McKellar for her new book, Goodnight Numbers with Mathnasium at The National Museum of Mathematics.
It’s the time of year where parents are often challenged on what to do when their kids are home. Check out some of Denise’s creative ideas on GMA.
Jennifer Beals has appeared in over 50 films. But no one can forget her iconic 80’s hit movie, Flashdance that put her on the map.
Every Monday, instructor Emily Burkhardt sets out to interview members of the FLY community–from instructors, to staff members, to riders. What does Flywheel mean to them? And how do they find joy in their day-to-day? This week, meet New York rider, Denise Albert.
Living in Manhattan, most of us live in smaller spaces. You learn to adapt and make it work for the love of New York.
Don’t make “help” a four-letter word. Ask for help. Accept offers of help. Every amazing mom needs her support system.
Coralee Dixon was consumed with guilt over not preserving her kids memories and milestones. She couldn’t find the time like most of us. She was posting photos and captions on social media ( like most of us) that had the dates and milestones, but that was all. She was upset that she wasn’t making a baby book like the one her mom made for her when she was little. She pondered over this and looked for solutions to help capture her own baby’s memories. She couldn’t find anything that could work or that seemed helpful. Then she had her “Big Idea” and here is how she did it. Please meet Coralee and Shortcake Inc. our Mom of the Week!