Everyone asks me what is my secret for having (knock on wood here) such hard working and successful children.
Both my son and daughter are involved in theatre and are pursuing careers in the entertainment business at an early age.
When my son was freshman in high school 2 years ago many of his friends found time on Friday and Saturday nights to get together and look for ways to entertain themselves. That word ‘entertain’ has very loose meaning, btw. Too much down time at a very critical age in my opinion…
For many of us a garden represents luxury and beauty. That garden from the South of France from the pages of Homes and Gardens may seem out of reach…but think again. It may be something within your reach…and something that is able to transfer your home into a fantasy villa of your dreams. All you need is a little patch of dirt…front, side or back of your home…a little imagination, a good gardening book and a some patience. And the desire to transform your home into a sanctuary. My parents were always into their gardens…but not me. I was a glamour girl. Please. Who had the time? I had gorgeous nails and the attention span of a hummingbird. Then Chazz and I moved into a beautiful little cottage in the Hollywood Hills and I discovered roses. I quickly became a bff to my sweet gardener who taught me so much. In between auditions and plays and film shoots I ran home and clipped my roses, planted wisteria and lavender. I was hooked. And I wanted that dream garden from the magazines. Little by little it took hold and I became a gardener.
Every year for the past 5 years moms have been getting together in beautiful resorts in amazing locations to celebrate each other. It’s called the MOM 2.0 SUMMIT and to say it is a very special experience is an understatement.
Women from all over the US and even the world gather and hold clinics, symposiums, lectures, events, book signings and dinner parties while sharing the latest in all things maternal and empowering the woman buried deep within.