Tag Archives: the renaissance woman

April 10

THE SCARIEST “WHAT IF” ABOUT ADOPTION

  For couples who are considering adoption, I’m sure there may be times where things feel scary, and I’m sure there are a lot of “what ifs” that you may ask yourself. “What if I don’t love the child I adopt?” or “What if the child doesn’t love me?” When I watched the video above […]

March 14

2 MONTHS PREGNANT, SHE AGREED TO ADOPT 5 CHILDREN SHE HAD NEVER MET

  There is much to be said about someone who helps someone else. There is more to be said of someone who helps someone else for an extended amount of time. There is much much more to be said of someone who helps five other people and not for a moment, but for a lifetime. […]

February 02

WHO SAID THAT MODELS DON’T EAT?

Aiste Miseviciute has quite the resume. She left her native Lithuania when she was just 18 years old to pursue modeling, and went on to work with such international powerhouses as Vogue and Givenchy. Aiste later moved on to study finance in Paris.  However, she has made an interesting transition into a new career (or […]

January 26

KATE HERNDON TRAVELS

January is rapidly coming to an end, and I sincerely hope that you haven’t given up on those New Year’s Resolutions! Whether you’re still going strong, or if you’ve fallen off the wagon (don’t worry, I won’t tell), you’ve come to the right place. Get ready for some serious inspiration, especially for you travel junkies! […]

December 06

LIVE AT FIVE: INTERVIEW WITH NEWS ANCHOR, KELLY D’AMBROSIO

  Kelly D’Ambrosio is currently the Evening Anchor for CBS2 News “Live at Five” and FOX28 “News at Nine” in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Previously at CBS2 and FOX28 Kelly was the morning show Anchor for CBS2 “This Morning” Fox28 “Morning Live” and CBS2 news at noon. Before moving to Iowa, Kelly was the Morning Show […]

October 17

I WISH SOMEONE TOLD ME IT WAS OK TO STRUGGLE

Editor’s Note: This post was first published on the blog, Mothering Beyond Expectations.  By: Brittany Rollins Before I had kids, I was an expert in parenting. I’m not sure what gave me such confidence in it because I hadn’t been around babies all that much, but I was certain that it would come naturally. There […]

August 08

A LETTER OF APOLOGY TO MY LAST BORN

  I don’t know how I found the following post. I stumbled upon it somehow, and I’m glad that I did. You see, I am a “last born,” a last born by far. Before entering kindergarten, my days were spent at home with my mom. She would let me drink leftover cold coffee (for which […]