I’ve had a touch of stinkifunkitis in 2015. (No this isn’t
the same as the funkysmellitosis I’m also suffering from after a very sweaty
yoga class.) My word of the year in 2014 was REVISE. And I revised my
patootie off. But this January my revision brain is...
For my 7yo, hearing she couldn’t go to Take Your Child to
Work Day at daddy’s office until she turned eight was, well, horrifically
painful, soul-torturing, complete and total devastation. Everyone was doing it. She turned to me for
options. “Can I stay hom...
4 Signs a Writer Hasn’t
Been Writing 1. Butt cheek indentations missing in writing chair. 2. Spring cleaning nearly done, and it’s still winter. 3. The laundry is done. All of it. 4 Writer can be found dressed as bacon while playing Subway
Surf. I’ve snap...
Tuesday was a hard day. Both kids were sniffly. There was a snow delay after a snow day, and the walls were
closing in on us all. My little one fell in the garage and busted her lip. Have
you noticed lip booboos bleed with the shocking ferocity of a sword w...
I haven’t posted in a few-ish weeks (yikes!) I’ve started a bunch
of posts but they just didn’t finish them. I wanted to tell you how I brought the unwrapped Christmas
presents down too soon from the attic and put them in my closet. My 6yo discovered
Ho, ho, ho! It's time for another fun year of Susanna Hill's Christmas Story Contest . She's come up with a doozy this year. The Contest : Write a children's story (children here defined as approximately age 12 and under) in which wild weather impacts t...
- WritingWriter, 2012 - present
- Procter & GambleFinance Manager, 1999 - 2010
Lauri Meyers is a children's writer living part-time in New Jersey and part-time in the fantasy worlds she builds in her head. She is a member of the SCBWI. She enjoys laughing until her sides hurt and making other people laugh until organic milk squirts out of everyone's noses. She left corporate finance due to the infrequency of milk fountains.
- The Ohio State UniversityFinance, 1995 - 1999
- Unioto High School1995