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Leia Tunnaye was born in Rangoon, Burma (now called Myanmar). She came to the U.S. to attend high school and college at Cornell and New York University. After graduating, Leia worked in corporate America for 20+ years, climbing her way up the ladder in large and small companies in Silicon Valley. But she yearned to fully engage her passions in her daily job, so she started a home-and lifestyle decor business that strives to produce the “triple bottom line” of People, Planet, and Profits. I originally met Leia when I purchased one of her company’s signature floor vases, and have … Continue reading →
1. “Wean your baby…” This was the title of a “Daily Parenting Tip” email I got today, from Parents magazine. I felt so angry, I was about to impulsively unsubscribe, but then I thought, “Let’s see what other crazy things these alleged parenting experts recommend, or I’ll run out of blog fodder.” Even my OWN MOTHER said to me yesterday, “You’re still breast-feeding at 8 months? Are you insane?” Holistic Mamas believe that children should be allowed to wean naturally, when THEY’RE ready. We all know they’re not going to be breastfeeding at 18. At least, not on their Moms’ … Continue reading →