Liz has her undergraduate degree in history, and her Ph.D. in 19th and 20th century American history with minors in public history and women and gender.
Liz Matelski teaches American pluralism and history of sexuality at Loyola University Chicago. While she’s concentrating on turning her dissertation into a full-blown book this summer, I got to spend an evening with her Continue reading →
“It’s like a coffee shop with wine.” Sisters Sarah Smith, 28, and Brooke Boomer, 33, took the ambience of a cool coffee cafe, added their own twist on pouring vino and made their dreams come true. Continue reading →
This week, we’re focusing on two supermamas who help caregivers be their best. Coming next, get ready to hear from another pair of make-it-happen people. (And one is a mama herself!) Continue reading →
“Older generations will say, ‘Well I did it this way and you survived,'” says Dara. “Is survival the goal? Parenthood is all about making informed choices. Sharp Mamas is here to give you good information so you can make an informed choice. This is your journey.”
For Dara Tarkowski and Kelley Farrell, it all boils down to love. Because they love their families and their jobs so very much, they created Sharp Mamas. They provide custom prenatal and parenting education classes, nanny and caregiver training, and maternity concierge services for to-be or current parents. Continue reading →