I was thinking about making a video blog discussing the many topics that Muslims can relate to.
I haven't found Muslim blogs on the net that are doing it so I said... The series of video blogs will be about issues that we may often think about but not necessarily talk about.
Especially since I then become preoccupied and tend not to hear the good news). After surgery and rehab he’s now back home, but the focus of life for him, and consequently, in a much, much, much lesser extent, me, has been altered.
But it also means, according to the surgeon, that by the day of the festivities he should be able to participate as much as possible. It’s progressing nicely, though not without the normal kinks – the caterer’s representative has gotten a promotion and is suddenly not so available, the manager of the hotel where our out-of- town guests will stay and who had promised the world, stopped answering my emails. To get bogged down with the details, the unnecessary worries.
He’s a trooper and an athlete so he’s already pushing through.
: A special Teen/ Tween section includes no-nonsense articles on the topics that keep us mothers of teen daughters awake at night (driving, drugs, online life), plus a lively “Ask the Expert” feature.
Good Housekeeping : Two relevant features on this site: “Get and Give Advice” (thorny issues like finding out your 15-year-old is having sex) and “The Adventure Mom blog,” with all-season hints for family vacations that appeal to tweens/ teens.
Ladies’ Home Journal : Click on “Raising Kids,” to find separate sections on Tweens and Teens that cover both the usual (peer pressure, drugs, driving) and the unusual (co-ed sleep-overs,, raising a politically active teen).: The “Relationships” section on Oprah’s massive site does not target the mother-daughter connection, but kids and parenting show up (kids and stress, bullying, kids and poor eating habits), and mothers of teens and tweens might find a number of the other articles pertinent, like “how to deal with difficult people.” The online companion to Parents, the popular print magazine, with lots of content (much about young children but a substantial teen section as well) and very active forums.Redbook : Redbook magazine content online with an active blog “The Mom Moment.” Focus is definitely on younger kids, but some of the parenting advice is still valuable.Family Education A frequently updated mega-site with an extensive “Raising Teens” section.Short articles, expert advice, insightful commentary on common issues.A special section just on “Raising Your Teenage Daughter” with articles on pretty much everything you’ve been dealing with, angsting about or trying to ignore.