Jenny Erikson is a conservative chick with a strong opinion and a smart mouth. Sometimes sassy, sometimes sincere, always honest. She believes that ingenuity, elbow grease, and sheer determination can accomplish anything -- even motherhood.
Jenny also blogs at JennyErikson.com, and she lives in Southern California with her two daughters.
When someone finds out that his or her spouse has been cheating, it’s a huge blow to the gut. Rightfully so too -- that’s an awful lot of deception, betrayal, and hurt to deal with all at once, especially if your spouse has desensitized themselves to the Terrible Thing they have done.
Quite possibly the worst part about your spouse’s infidelity coming out is that all of a sudden, you’re forced to deal with some pretty big issues as you decide how to move forward. Is the relationship doomed? Or is it worth trying to save? That probably depends a lot on the reasons behind the cheating.
Good news for Mila Kunis -- Ashton Kutcher seems to be totally done with the single life. In an interview with Men’s Fitness this month, the newly engaged actor admitted that while the freedom of being single can be fun for a while, it eventually gets old.
The Two and a Half Men star said, “Being a single guy can be a lot of fun ... when you’re financially independent [and] can do whatever you want, whenever you want.”
Reality star Jenni “JWoww” Farley is currently expecting her first child with fiancé Roger Matthews, and much to the delight of Jersey Shore fans, she’s been very vocal on social media about her pregnancy.
Her most recent post was to share the latest sonogram picture of Baby Girl Farley, and comment that her unborn daughter is already “being overdramatic.”
A Netflix user has discovered a new scheme by scammers to get you to hand over your sensitive information so they can steal your identity. This one goes beyond ye olde Nigerian prince email scam and uses our trust of customer service reps against us.
This phishing schemedirects Netflix users to a fake login screen, and when users enter their name and password, a screen pops up saying there is a problem with their account, and they need to call someone to get it cleared up.
It seems like no matter how many times we ladies crash through the glass ceiling, there are always going to be people that wish we’d stayed home barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. Especially when it involves a woman in a still male-dominated profession.
Carey Steacy is a mom of two and a pilot for WestJet Airlines, and she recently received a very misogynistic note from “David” in seat 12E. “The cockpit of an airliner is no place for a woman,” began the shocking note, and it just went downhill from there.