Catch up on the latest episodes of Two Fab Femmes here! Two Fab Femmes are putting on a contest! Tune into to our interview with photographer, Laura Bravo Mertz to learn more about the contest, her process, and everything about the boudoir! Ou la la… And oh, it is on! Enter our contest giveaway to win! Here… Continue reading More Two Fab Femmes and a contest!
I know, it's been a while since my last blog post. Again, that sounds like a confession. Usually, I need something to inspire me to write. When that bug hits me, I can bust it out in minutes. So bear with me on this one because this sucker flowed out of me, ladies! I felt… Continue reading Rubber Band
Two Fab Femmes at it again... Listen in as we chew the fat with politician Nathan Fletcher. We’re discussing the good, the bad and the ugly of politics. Catch a new 2FF episode each Friday.
It’s the holidays again. Joy to the world. Too much? I love the holiday season. But this year, in particular, it feels different. It’s hard to put into words, but I’ll share some insights and also because, well, this is a blog post and words are kind of important. As a child, this time of… Continue reading Reasons to be Grateful this Holiday Seasonal
I’ve decided, drum roll please, to take a break from the world of dating apps. I was on two of them in hopes that maybe, just maybe, I would meet a like-minded fella. Don’t get me wrong, I did find a few interesting prospects, and I do speak with one or two of them on… Continue reading Benefits of Taking a Break…
After this current presidential election, I spoke to some women and read a few posts and articles about their concerns for their futures and the futures of their daughters. I'm not sure what changes lie ahead for us. None of us know. I'm not sure if this will be a setback for women or if… Continue reading To see and be me
By: Shari Grande - Grande Parenting Solutions At the risk of sounding like Mrs. Grinch I have a confession. I don’t like the Holidays. There, I said it. Perhaps if we could go back to celebrating Halloween AND Thanksgiving prior to the barrage of decorations, cards, food, dinner party invitations, commitments, more food, and… Continue reading The Holidays: Special Needs Style
August 22 is a very poignant anniversary for our family. On that date seven years ago, my husband Vin and I heard, "your son has autism." At the time, I was quite certain I would never be the same. In fact, there are days where I am unrecognizable to myself and people who knew me… Continue reading A Special Kind of Anniversary