Category Archives: Living


It’s taken me 3 weeks to get this blog post out.  I (and many others here at MOM’s) have had my hands full with the moving and opening of our Rockville store and central offices.  Throughout the past month, I … Continue reading

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To Bike, Or Not To Bike

A wonderful customer sent me this picture of her bike w/dog trailer parked out front of the Rockville MOM’s.  She was inquiring about whether we’re going to have bike racks at the new Rockville store.  I told her “yes.” I … Continue reading

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I was out in the woods with my 6 year old daughter yesterday.  She grabbed a plastic bag that she saw lying on the ground and started filling it with other trash.  We always go for the plastic first, before … Continue reading

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TV bad. Books good.

Someone once told me that the difference between high SAT scores and low SAT scores is how much TV vs. reading a kid did growing up.  I grew up watching probably about 50 hours of TV per week and read … Continue reading

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Lions vs. Rabbits

Someone once told me, “If you focus on the rabbits, the lions will eat you.”  I.e.- if you want to make big changes, focus on the big picture, rather than worry about minutia. As I walk my dog along the … Continue reading

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My life with the A List

Occasionally I am asked what my favorite products are.  Here is my A List of products, and why… Nature’s Gate Biotin shampoo- makes my hair look dirty, which *I think* makes it look better. Jason toothpaste gel- solid, foamy, good … Continue reading

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It’s A Jungle In Here

When I was a kid (early 20’s), I swore off red meat for about 3 years.  Didn’t touch it.  I remember explaining to my friends that I would not eat mammals because they were most intelligent.  I eat red meat … Continue reading

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