Friday, January 2nd, 2015


15 Simple-But-So-Important Truths All Young Moms Need To Know

You don’t owe anyone an explanation for your lifestyle choices, past mistakes, living arrangements, religious beliefs, career decisions, or priorities. You might think that you do, but this is YOUR life. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more

The Major Way Your Kid Benefits From Playing An Instrument

In grade school all students were forced to learn the recorder, and it was fun but it didn’t go anywhere. Then I tried singing and I embarrassingly auditioned to get in my middle school’s chorus with no success so I called it quits. So, is it fair to say that all the attempts to get me to break into music were a waste of time? According to a child psychiatrists, even though I wasn’t a natural I should have probably stuck with it or at least moved onto another instrument.Read More

10 Mistakes You’re Making As A Parent

The number of depressed 20-somethings has been growing, despite reporting magical childhoods. Here are 10 mistakes parents (including you!) make that during their childhoods. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more

Wedding Planning? 19 Ways To Make Your Bridesmaids Love You

You're blissfully in love and now you're engaged (probably). That's awesome. And that means you're doing some wedding planning, which can either be awesome or awful, depending on how much cash you have to work with, how much effort you and your partner put in and on who you picked for your bridal party. I get that planning a wedding is stressful and a lot of work. read more


They say, “failure is our best teacher” I hate clichés (maybe I need to explore this…) I hate them because they are lazy statements.   A statement, or a quick story never did anything to give me a good life.  At most it gave me some relief. What has always helped me was reality.   Our mission at TSL has never been to find a Social Dynamic or a way to have sex that merely worked.  It was to explore ourselves and live in the reality of sex.  Live inRead More