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Screw Mother's Day

A post I did for my friend Louise over at Not grumpy! Just tired! This sentence is purely so I can put an exclamation point after it! Divorce Published on May 6th, 2015 | by Stephanie Dolgoff A Single… Continue Reading →

Why kids need to be mortified

Hi, all, It has been an outrageously long time since I’ve posted. I have been crazy busy and digging out and just trying to enjoy my kiddies but if there’s anyone out there still checking in, I will be back… Continue Reading →


0 Comments 5 inShare Print Email Buy Reprint By Stephanie Dolgoff An Office Where Funny Business Is Encouraged Why workplace teams that share laughs do better and more profitable work. (Yup, office yuks have been studied!) One morning around a… Continue Reading →

New Year's evolution

Hi, all, A little something I wrote for Best Life. Let me know what you think! Steph Aspire Gently When I was home sick as a kid, I watched a show in which the puppeteers used to wave goodbye to… Continue Reading →

In the feast phase

Hi, all, I have been nuts with work, for which I am beyond grateful, considering the state of the economy and how many capable people are scratching the dusty ground for whatever they can get. Like many things in life… Continue Reading →

The 10 Coolest Things about Getting Older–

Wrote this for–enjoy! 09/20/2010 12:00 am Life 10 Cool Things No One Tells You About Getting Older Author Stephanie Dolgoff reveals why aging is actually fun. I’ve got two little kids, so the words “When you’re older” come flying… Continue Reading →

My Piece on

Stephanie Dolgoff Happy to Be “Irrelevant” In the car–and, sadly, nowhere else–I am Mixmistress Steph, DJ extraordinaire, and as such, I give my husband and kids an unparalleled musical education for which I know they are deeply grateful, even if… Continue Reading →

Feel Better About Your Post-Baby Body

How to love and appreciate your post-baby hot mama body By Stephanie Dolgoff, Parenting 19Share So you’re toting a few extra pounds and sagging in some places you weren’t before. So what? Your body is still sexy and incredible. Here’s… Continue Reading →

When you're too old to be young and too young to be old

If one more person tells me to “embrace my age,” I’m gonna lose it.

This appeared in Redbook in June, 2009

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