I believe in perspective, the idea that it's the way you look at things--what your expectations are and how you perceive them--that determines their outcome.
-Kenneth Cole

My fling with Fling

by lesliedinaberg on May 29, 2009

My son started giggling when he saw the pink candy bar in the checkout line at Vons. “Mom, that looks like something you would like,” he chuckled, as he pointed to the new “Fling” chocolate bar, a hot pink-drenched confection that looks so girly it could have stepped right off the shelf of Barbie’s Dream […]

The Attention Recession

by lesliedinaberg on May 15, 2009

Lately I’ve had the uncomfortable sensation that someone, or something, has been tinkering with my brain, moving things around, connecting circuits and memories and synapses in ways they weren’t connected before. It’s not that I’m losing my mind exactly—though we do obsess about green tea, crossword puzzles, and red wine in our house, since Alzheimer’s […]

A Tale of Mice and Moms

by lesliedinaberg on May 1, 2009

I have to admit I was a little skeptical when I received the invitation to attend a “Mom Bloggers Day to Learn, Eat and Play at Disneyland.” I love Disneyland, and I like eating, playing and learning, and I am a mom and I do have a blog. But was I really a “mom blogger?” […]