Lia Lombara knew at a young age that she wanted to be a jewelry designer. She was fascinated with jewelry and the creative design process and loved to layer on gems, beads and baubles. Layering jewelry became part of her signature style and still is today. Fast forward to her college years, Lia majored in art at Boston College and jewelry design at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. After graduation, she started her own jewelry line, but was forced to stop designing when she had triplets (Taylor, Lexi and PJ – now 19 years old) to focus on caring for her family. As all of you moms of multiples know – it’s major ...Read more.
Paris... say the word and most people (especially women, amirite?) get a dreamy, faraway look in their eyes. It truly is a magical place. From the beautiful art everywhere you look and incomparable culture to the gorgeous architecture and out-of-this-world food, it's likely on your bucket list if you have yet to go and experience the City of Lights. Or, just haven't been in awhile. And, let's not forget the shopping... it is like no other. I recently took my daughter for spring break -- girls' trip! -- and we had the most incredible time. A number of you have asked me what we did on our trip and if I have any ...Read more.
Good health is central to our well-being and leading a happy, fulfilling life. We know this. And, as moms, keeping our kids healthy and teaching them how to make good dietary choices is at the top of our priority list. A desire to help further this effort and inspire children and their families to make positive lifestyle choices is what led Linda J. Lipp to write her first children’s book. Fantastic! We’re all for starting ’em young, as they say, with the goal of creating lifelong good habits. ...Read more.