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Lucia Paul

Lucia Paul is a writer who has contributed to numerous online publications including the Erma Bombeck Writer’s website and, on topics ranging from the financial crisis to parenting teens. Her writing is in multiple anthologies including That’s Paris: Life, Love, and Sarcasm in the City of Light (2015), Motherhood May Cause Drowsiness-Stories by Sleepy Moms (2014), Not Your Mother's Book...on Home Improvement (2013), Not Your Mother's Book...on Being a Mom (2014).
She blogs at Dysfunctional Scrapbooking. Find her on Twitter: @DFscrapbook

Lucia Paul had a party for a class full of kindergartners, only to find that her idea was as stale as a gingerbread house in February. Luckily, she had other tricks up her (sugary) sleeve! Read more from Lucia on her blog, Dysfunctional Scrapbooking I miss parenting little children during Christmas: going to see Santa …

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I only have one child who has headed off to college. So naturally, I’m a well-respected expert. The merits of that reality aside, I do have an opinion about “Drop Off Day.” I’ll give you the Cliff Notes version of my lengthy tome on Dropping Your Child Off at College: Get there early. Let me break that down …

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Writer Lucia Paul from the blog, Dysfunctional Scrapbooking had a conversation with a much, much, much younger woman that left her feeling invisible. Is it true for women over forty, or is it an attitude that needs correcting? Can someone make you feel invisible without your consent?  Friendship has been on my mind, and on my keyboard, a …

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