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Eva Glettner is a writer and mother of three boys whose interests vary from The Periodic Table of Elements to skateboarding. It's crazy in our house. She is a contributor to Cool Mom Picks, Cool Mom Tech, and Huffington Post Parents. She recently launched SkateMamas.com where she shares her love of skateboarding with parenting tips that only Skate Mamas know how to dish.

Walt Disney Posthumously Voices Mickey Mouse In An All New Film

Walt Disney Posthumously Voices Mickey Mouse In An All New Film

New technology is always impressive. When people figure out a way to combine the new and the old… minds are blown. The people at the forefront of this are the creatives over at  Walt Disney Animation Studios. They figured out a way to blend CGI and hand-drawn animation in a new short, “Get A Horse!”, MORE »

Top Five Reasons that I Want to Change Careers

Top Five Reasons that I Want to Change Careers

Disney is a magical place. It’s evident in every object that has been kissed by the Disney stamp of approval. Growing up in Los Angeles, Disneyland has always held a special place in my heart. Disney movies are some of the first movies I have ever seen. I suppose that I never put too much MORE »

Top Five Reasons Why Life Should Be More Like Instagram

Top Five Reasons Why Life Should Be More Like Instagram

Instagram makes me happy, there is no question about it. I’m a very visual person and Instagram keeps my mind and eyes busy. There is so much to see, think and experience in my daily feed. I’m drawn to all of the talent and creative energy. If you don’t believe what’s possible, check out Instagram MORE »

My Kids are Addicted to Minecraft and We Need an Intervention

My Kids are Addicted to Minecraft and We Need an Intervention

You guys have been talking about Minecraft for years now. I only listened with one ear because somehow, my kids missed the memo. And you know what? I was totally cool with that. I thought that my kids could see past the trends, like all three of them did with Thomas the Toy Train or MORE »

I Wish That My Son Couldn’t Read

I Wish That My Son Couldn’t Read

My son is a voracious reader. He reads everything in sight. But there are so many things that I wish that he knew absolutely nothing about. I wish that I could shield him from all of the horrors that make absolutely no sense in this crazy world. Why do people kill? Why do people commit atrocious MORE »

5 Ways to Make Running Errands More Fun

5 Ways to Make Running Errands More Fun

Being a grown up is a lot of fun in a kid’s eyes, but let’s be honest, even my kid knows that I abhor running errands. Stopping at the dry cleaners and waiting in the humid sauna of a line is no fun for anyone. Looking for a spot at the grocery store while a MORE »

Six Great Ways to Promote Positivity

Six Great Ways to Promote Positivity

I will be the first to admit that it’s super easy to get bogged down and let the little things bring you down. Someone cuts you off in traffic? Supremely annoying but you can move on. You walk into a public restroom only to realize that you’re stranded with no toilet paper, what the heck? MORE »

Five Great Chalk Street Art Pieces

Five Great Chalk Street Art Pieces

Chalk is a super fun way to brighten up your day. I love finding random art pieces made of chalk…a sun drawn by a little kid or a a game of hopscotch right in the middle of my block. Chalk is temporary, but that doesn’t negate its fun factor. Feeling blue? Grab a piece of MORE »

How to Draw a Zombie in 7 Easy Steps

How to Draw a Zombie in 7 Easy Steps

It’s not every day that an established and supremely talented artist offers his skills up to the masses. David Heatley has been in some small publications that you may have heard of, like The New Yorker and Marvel Comics…..   But we have an exclusive David Heatley Q and A and slideshow….so, without further ado: MORE »

Top 7 Ways to Enjoy Driving with your Kids

Top 7 Ways to Enjoy Driving with your Kids

I’m a born and bred Angeleno. People in LA spend a great deal of time in their cars. Sometimes, driving can be agonizingly painful. Mix in a couple of whining or fighting children, and it’s a recipe for disaster. Thankfully, though, there are ways to make it through intact. If these tricks worked for me MORE »

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