I have both a son and a daughter (Lucky me. One of each and I was done!). Needless to say that my daughter has always been – way – more fun to shop for than my son. Boys’ clothing is so predictable and… boring. My son has always enjoyed “clowning around” with his personal style. In his early teen years he was trying hard to discover and differentiate his own fashion style from the same-same sea of cargo shorts, board shoes and logo’d tees. Whether it was to wear a neon pink striped beanie,…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on September 1, 2011 at 6:19pm — No Comments
We love to support companies that do great work here and abroad. By now, we are all now quite familiar with (and wearing) Toms Shoes and we love the great work the company does around the world (Did you know that Toms does eyewear now, under the same One-for-One principle). In fact, we…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on August 24, 2011 at 3:22pm — No Comments
I am a typical female. I hear 95% of everything anyone says, I process it in my chaotic, busy brain, I store it in the appropriate compartment or break it down into lists, all the while talking a mile a minute and carrying on a witty conversation.
It’s how my brain works. It’s how most women’s brains work.
Added by Lanita Moss on August 19, 2011 at 8:59am — No Comments
Welcome to the first installment of "All Kinds of Wrong" on the Multiple Mayhem Mamma blog.
You may have surmised by now that I'm somewhat sarcastic and have low tolerance for nonsense. As well, I have a penchant for all things referencing to the past, my youth and prior as well.
The combination of these two facts has resulted in something that I've wanted to do for a long time: analyze vintage television. Commercials and TV shows from bygone eras have both…
Added by Samantha Kemp-Jackson on July 30, 2011 at 8:49am — No Comments
My husband does not, will not and down right hates to shop. I have spent many wasted hours shopping for him, having to return most of what I had bought. I kept telling myself that, from now on, I would not buy him clothes anymore, but it did not make sense. After all, I was at the store anyway, for either myself or one of our children, I might as well look for him also. Since he would never do it on his own… He’d still wear his early 90′s garb if it was just up to him.
Added by The Succulent Wife on June 9, 2011 at 5:28pm — No Comments
I recently wrote an article about the in-fashion of cuffs for women. Let’s not leave the men out. No matter what their age this one single piece shows that he has style and is not afraid to show it. They are perfect for both the young and, shall we say, seasoned, men in your life. With both Father’s Day and graduations just around the corner, these may just…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on May 19, 2011 at 4:48pm — No Comments
Now that Mother’s Day has come and gone, our internal holiday timers know to prep for Father’s Day next month. As studies have shown, men are the hardest people to buy for, but have no fear because The Succulent Wives are here to help. We will be featuring lots of great ideas to help make Father’s Day just as special as they made your Mother’s Day (not that we are competing, but let’s face it, we know how to make that day special!)…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on May 10, 2011 at 3:34pm — No Comments
I know so many 45-55 year old men who would give up both their pinkies fingers to be with a 25 year old woman. They would book a room in a heart beat cause that's the way guys are. For most men, youth is the hottest attribute and the most fleeting, once it's gone, it's soo gone.
When I look at 25 year old men I think, wow, he's go nice skin but...
The men on the other hand, do not care…Continue
Added by Emma Kaufmann on February 3, 2011 at 11:27am — No Comments
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If the men in your life (husband, boyfriend, dad, brother, older son…) are anything like mine, I know that I can forget about getting a Christmas list from them. After 24 years of marriage I have finally stopped asking for one…Continue
Added by The Succulent Wife on December 7, 2010 at 12:17pm — No Comments
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Added by Lauren Krady on December 6, 2010 at 4:56pm — No Comments
**View on my site for a short video & a picture:
A little over a month ago, I introduced Ms. Salad Bar Stocker Lady via a Real Women of Genius song. My adoration for the Bud Light "Real Men of Genius" line of commercials was shared with you as well. When commercials like the one below that showcase people like…Continue
Added by Kelley Nettles on September 22, 2010 at 10:27am — No Comments
Yeah, I know…Duh! Obviously, there is no end to the ways in which men and women are different.…Continue
Added by Judy Newman on July 16, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments
Added by Marina DelVecchio on July 14, 2010 at 10:56am — No Comments
Yep, it’s @$#*%! Friday again…where DOES the time go??!! And even though you know that I know that you know that I know that right about here is where I’ll throw some lame ass excuse about how crazy busy my week has been, I’ll say it anyways, even though it goes without saying by now, because you know that I know that you know that I know that I am ALWAYS crazy busy…thus the name…Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on June 18, 2010 at 12:19am — No Comments
Definitely a title befitting Kristi’s Live and Love…Out Loud ONHD Tuesday’s! Be sure to pop over, join in, blog it, post it, link it, & visit around as she gives us free rein to vent & bitch under the guise of tongue-in-cheek fun!
But let’s face it, no way in hell I can top yesterday for being THE most head-shakin’est, finger-wavin’est “OH NO, HE DIDN’T”…Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on June 8, 2010 at 1:53am — No Comments
I was reading San Diego Momma's blog this morning and her post really resonated with me and got me thinking. (Thank you, Deb for inspiring my post today).
Deb's blog was about boundaries and not being able to set them. Not being able to say no. She also wrote about the inability to stand up for herself when a man had gone too far. This is the part that…Continue
Added by Trish Bittman on March 4, 2010 at 8:17pm — No Comments