Blog for a Cause

Schoola #GivingStyle

My favorite site to purchase gently used children’s clothing (while raising money to support schools in need) Schoola has a new program called #GivingStyle ready for all you fabulous parents to participate in. I’m so excited about this and all the Schoola programs! This amazing company is growing and currently has 3,000 schools that they’re helping.  What does Schoola […] Read more…

Back to Schoola Shopping

I mentioned in a recent post how I’m working with the website Schoola, an online shop dedicated to recycling brand-name children’s clothing. Schoola collects, organizes and then resells this used clothing giving 40% of the proceeds back to schools in need. Well, I decided to give this online site a try and see how easy could it be […] Read more…

Adopting a School in Harlem with Schoola

I probably don’t do this enough, but I’d like to take this time to use my blog as a medium to do good in the world. Right before BlogHer began, I was approached by Schoola to help with their “20 Days of School” Adopt-a-School campaign. What is Schoola you ask? Schoola is an online shop dedicated to recycling […] Read more…

BlogHer, Jimmy Dean and Me

Have you been tortured long enough wondering what I was doing at a Jimmy Dean session during BlogHer11? In all honesty, I am sad to admit that I almost didn’t attend simply because they were the sponsor of the session. I don’t want to be that sort of person or that sort of vegan. I […] Read more…

Blog for a Cause – Breast Cancer

As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is fitting for the “Blog for a Cause” topic to be Breast Cancer. This month I am shining a spotlight on a survivor who is also a crusader – someone who has helped the cause. She is my dearest friend Maura, who I have known since I […] Read more…

Blog for a Cause – Childhood Cancer

What is “Blog for a Cause”? Well, it’s a blogging concept created by Nirvana Mama where a group of bloggers will be writing monthly about chosen causes. The hope is to bring awareness of these causes to a wider audience. This month I’m writing about “The National Children’s Cancer Society”. Is there anyone who’s life […] Read more…