It happened to me again. I walked into my local Panera Bread, and I made the mistake of walking in hungry. All of a sudden I was confronted with a “baker’s dozen” full of delicious options for bagels–Cinnamon Crunch, Asiago, Blueberry, etc. The choices were overwhelming and completely dependent on my craving at that moment–savory or sweet? The options felt endless.
It’s that time of year again, ladies. The one time it’s considered normal to dress wacky and experiment with makeup and fashion…it’s Halloween! If you are working on a budget, or have to come up with a last-minute costume, have no fear.
Charm City Casserole Cook-Off Gets Baltimore Residents to take the Farm to Table concept for themselves
Whitelock Community Farm (WCF) and Turning Point Policy are providing Baltimore Residents with ways to prepare for cold weather and the endless holiday season potlucks by holding a Charm City Casserole Cook-Off on Saturday, November 12, 2011 at the St. Francis Community Center from 1-3 pm in Reservoir Hill.
MyCity4Her is Proud to Sponsor the 8th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s 2011 Baltimore Wine Opener November 4
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Maryland Chapter announced details today for its 8th Annual Wine Opener, set to take place November 4th at the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Museum of Industry located at 1415 Key Highway in Federal Hill.
You always hear lawyers and financial planners talk about your will, power of attorney and advanced directives being the MOST important documents that you can have. In my 9+ years as a professional organizer, I have worked with LOTS of clients who have had loved ones get sick suddenly or pass away and they are left digging through piles of paperwork to figure out the answers to a doctor’s questions or trying to find these important documents that often control our health care in an emergency or the money of a loved one who has passed.