After attending a baby shower this past weekend, Marilyn reminisces about the good (and the bad) of having a newborn. We also hear a little about how things have changed since she had kids. As always, she’s got stories to tell! Send us your stories and we’ll talk about them in a follow-up episode. Make sure you rate, review and subscribe on iTunes!
Graduation season is upon us once again! On today’s episode, Marilyn is joined by her daughter, Mary Kate, who recently graduated from college. They talk about what’s next and how life doesn’t always go according to plan…but that’s ok! Give this episode a listen and make sure you rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes!!!
In this episode, Marilyn talks about going big, taking risks, and following your dreams…all in the name of happiness. Tell us about a time you followed your dreams. Was it worth the risk?
Today Marilyn tells us about the summer she spent at camp as a child…and, as you probably guessed, she did NOT enjoy it. If you’ve ever wondered why Marilyn isn’t an “outdoorsy” person, this episode is a good place to start! Let us know about your summer camp experiences (good or bad) and we’ll talk about them on air!
Do you ever think about the butterfly effect? You know, the idea that one small, seemingly insignificant, thing can change the path of your life forever? Well, today we hear about a few of Marilyn’s experiences with this phenomenon.
How hard is too hard to push your kids? Where is the line between letting them just be kids and insisting they be involved in activities? When our oldest son, Mike, was young, we thought it was very important for him to participate in sports. It seemed only natural to sign him up for baseball and soccer every summer, spring, and fall. As he grew older, he added basketball to his list. At the same time, my husband and I wanted him to learn piano and drums and play in the school band, so that was just more to add to the calendar. Of course, he also took swimming lessons every summer and attended tennis camps, as well as scouting. He was going to be a well-rounded kid if it killed us.
Do you remember the day you met your best friend? I do and quite honestly, if I had known her as a kid, I probably wouldn’t have liked her, and I’m quite certain I would never have been allowed into her circle of cool friends, of which she was the undisputed reigning queen. The stories I’ve heard from her childhood friends, her husband and even herself confirm this. But fast-forward a few decades and the circumstances of our first meeting placed me at the top of her A-List because she saw something in me; something that I could offer her that she desperately wanted…transportation of her kids to school.