Jordana’s Blog: Why I Only See Movies John Williams HatesJohn Williams recommended a movie to me that I rented over the weekend. It was 75 minutes of my life that I'll never get back.
Jordana’s Blog: Gender Reveal PartiesSo this is a thing. Gender reveal parties. Yes, really. Bloggers have been making fun of these parties for years on the internet, but I went to my first one this weekend. Say what you want, it was sweet.
The Green Grossfield Project: Broken BasementWhen we find out our house has sunk 3 inches on one side over the last 70 years it busts our contingency budget.
Welcome To The Green-Grossfield ProjectMarc Grossfield and I bought this 1947 rambler to start our new life together. It's fitting that we are totally renovating it as we have both recently had to totally renovate our lives.
The Who At Target CenterDefinitely a bucket list show. Handsome husband and I went to see The Who concert last night at Target Center. We were blown away.
Jordana's Blog: Never As GoodMy mother is a good cook. Me, not so much. I don't like cooking, it's not my thing. I do it to keep my children alive. When people say they like to cook, I secretly think they just say that because of the praise they get when someone compliments them on their cooking.
Jordana's Blog: Family VacationDon't you hate photos of happy families on an awesome vacations that you're not on? This is why people hate Facebook. Your feed is filled with other people's pics of them doing fun things and looking happy. Gag.
Jordana's Blog: Heavy MachineryYou're along for the ride of my landscape project this spring. We just renovated our house and all we have is dirt outside.
A MessEveryday -- OK, nearly everyday, at least on the days I forget to close every door in the house -- I come home to a mess!
3rd Grade Book ClubAt this gathering of 8-year-old girls, the girls actually discussed the book. It was adorable and amazing to see them analyze the 76 pages of Stephen Manes 'Be A Perfect Person In Just Three Days!'
Dancing At The Office!Do you dance at work? You should. Yes, you will look foolish, maybe on the edge of inappropriate, but you and anyone who sees you will smile.
Social Media & Teenage GirlsOne of the guests on my show last night was Nancy Jo Sales, she is the author of "American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers." It was chilling.