Tuesday night we had a number of diners who were decompressing after Day 1 of the NYS Bar exam. It's always interesting to meet and talk with young attorneys from literally around the world who are seeking credentials to practice in my home state. A table of six the other night really stood out in … Continue reading Taking my guests for a ride – cab service in Albany
Month: July 2016
Learning to stand on my own two feet
Being a runner has many health benefits. There are the obvious ones like improved cardiovascular capacity, weight loss and stronger legs, but I've found the more subtle ones to be even more impressive. Things like a dramatically tighter core and the mental ability to focus on immediate external conditions while simultaneously allowing my mind to … Continue reading Learning to stand on my own two feet
Yo – go get this yogurt!
I grew up on "fruit on the bottom" Dannon yogurt. As I got older, though, I was put off by how much sugar (approximately 30+ grams of added sugar) was packed into that 6 oz container. I remember wishing that it could come unsweetened, giving me the option to add sugar to my own taste. … Continue reading Yo – go get this yogurt!
49 and hotter than ever!
If by "hot" you mean experiencing hot flashes, that is. Holy perimenopause! Male readers, be warned. This may not be the blog post for you. Unless, of course, you're trying to develop your understanding and empathy for the universe's women. In which case, read on. The move to what I'm considering my third stage of … Continue reading 49 and hotter than ever!
The pasta that made Matt Baumgartner a dad
Summer at my house is a very different beast this year. A big part of it, of course, is Lark + Lily and the related demands of owning a business. But, there's more. My two teenaged sons, perhaps in an attempt to make up for lost time, are each working two jobs. With our combined … Continue reading The pasta that made Matt Baumgartner a dad
Escaping with Breaking Bad
If you've been reading this blog for any length of time or are acquainted with me in real life, you know I don't watch a lot of television. I just don't have time for sitting around, especially during the academic year, and really only justify indulging myself with a couple of hours of viewing when … Continue reading Escaping with Breaking Bad
Things to do on Cape Cod without children
How many articles have you read over the years describing all the wonderful and fun things to do with your children while visiting Cape Cod? Since there seem to be countless opportunities to learn about family time adventures to be had when visiting Cape Cod, please allow me to share some ideas for what to … Continue reading Things to do on Cape Cod without children