I've been negligent in my blog writing lately and for that I do apologize!
I've been bouncing all around town installing a project, traveling to SF and back followed by a brief stint in Long Island. I returned back to Brooklyn right in the nick of time to batten down the hatches for Blizzard Jonas, which rendered us without heat, hot water or cooking gas for the majority of the storm. (Still no cooking gas. Seamless for dinner!)
So, excuse me for saying TGIM! Thank Goodness It's Monday, and I'm back in my toasty office tapping on the keys of my trusty laptop. Is it odd that this is one of my happy places? Ms. Avery Etta is back at school after deciding she didn't like the snow one bit. "I don't like it!" and "It's too cold" were major indications. We tried to build a snowman which resulted in Avery face-planting in the snow and crying. We finally got her to calm down by going on the swings which were buried in the snowcapped playground. Mr. Bear (who LOVES the snow) is at daycare today. Yes, our dog goes to daycare. Don't judge. He's so happy to be reunited with his pup friends and get some exercise after a little hiatus.
And what better way to start off the week than by guesting on the podcast What Do We Do Now? A City Momcast. Hosted by Cody Linquist and Katie Schorr. (You might remember Katie from a very special Momtrepreneur Spotlight I wrote on her and her son Sly's nursery a few months ago.) These two funny ladies are super talented and I love tuning in to listen to their "Shitty City" and "I Love New York" moments which are so very relatable, along with adorable anecdotes about their toddler boys.
And can I just add that I LOVE podcasts? So it was a dream to be able to share some of my expertise on my favorite one! I was definitely a little nervous about hearing the sound of my own voice and what I would say, but Cody and Katie made it so easy. They feel like old friends! It was so much fun chatting all about maximizing small spaces for our tiny humans. To download the podcast, click here.
Below, (and above!) a round up of some of my other favorite podcasts. What are yours?
Happy Listening, Folks!