By Hanna Rosin
"Sarah Vander Schaaff, my new favorite mom-blogger, has a great take on Epstein. Many of his exercises sounded familiar to her, and she realized they sounded exactly like standard techniques she learned in acting school. She then conducted an online survey of actors and discovered that yes, 93 percent of them had indeed fallen in love on the set. These romances did not necessarily last but they tended to ignite on stage. Does this mean Epstein’s method works? Possibly. At the very least, it explains the Hollywood divorce rate."
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Plenty to Share in this Lunch Box
by: Doug Moe
February 2, 2011
"The Lunch Box Mom was starting to get noticed even before she nearly collapsed at the health club last month and the woman behind the front desk called for an ambulance.
lunchboxmom.blogspot.com about the culture of parenting, and as the mother of two young girls, she writes from the inside out.
In the past year a few of her posts were picked up nationally, and the Lunch Box Mom was profiled in her local newspaper. Then there was the episode at the health club, which got the interest of a writer for The New York Times, and now more people than ever know the Lunch Box Mom.
Still, it will be a while before she’s the most famous writer in her own family."
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"LAWRENCE - Sarah Vander Schaaff was just a normal, stay-at-home mom when it dawned on her that she was exhausted.
Her youngest daughter, Ava, wasn't sleeping very well at night, and Vander Schaaff needed a way to vent in a positive way.
"My youngest hadn't slept in a year, and we had even gone to a sleep consultant," she said. "After I emerged from the fog, I knew I had to write about it."
"I would do a Q-and-A with people in the park," she laughed, saying it was a great way to talk to people.
Vander Schaaff's blog is now receiving national attention as her work was chosen to be featured as part of the California Milk Advisory Board's promotion of Dairy Month. As a selected Mom blogger, Vander Schaaff's story is available on the national website Mamapedia, which reaches three million moms, as well as on the Real California Milk website."
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(photo: Martin Griff/Trenton Times)