Hi there, internet dwellers – I’m Eliza David.  I am a busy wife to a busy husband, as well as a mom to two rambunctious children (a boy, 8 and a girl, 4).  By day, I serve as a coordinator at a globally-renowned educational firm.  But by night and the wee hours of the following morning, I’m a self-published author dabbling in the world of blogging.  I enjoy reading (I could live two lifetimes and never complete my To Be Read list), fitness, NetFlix, and – of course – writing about the imaginary characters in my head. I’ve published four books and struggle to put my laptop away long enough to really enjoy life outside of the confines of my imagination. But really – it’s so much fun in there!

Why Weekend Self-Care is Necessary

July 11, 2016

I just finished a workout after taking the entire week off from any form of physical activity that requires sweat. And what a week it was!

Two & Through: Three Reasons There Won't Be a #3

June 21, 2016

Jon Stewart interviewed the Matron Saint of Hollywood Mommies, Angelina Jolie, on The Daily Show back in 2007. When the Oscar-winning actress mused that she'd like a minimum of seven children total with her partner, the equally gorgeous thespian Brad Pitt (as of today's date, they have a total of six), Jon Stewart replied, "I admire that because two is kicking my a**."

Kindergarten cop out

May 5, 2016

Something strange is happening with my four-year-old daughter, whom I affectionately call 'The Divette'. (Keep reading - you'll note very quickly why she has this name.)

Three Twitter accounts that make me a better mom

April 15, 2016

Busy moms. If there were ever a redundant phrase, that would be it.

Little girl glow

March 24, 2016

Dude, I am the most mixed-up feminist ever. Like, for real.

Comic books and cheat codes

March 7, 2016

As an author, I've learned to take my lumps. My novels aren't going to knock the socks off of everyone. It can be a little disappointing to the ego but I understand that everything ain't for everybody. However, one of my biggest pangs of self-doubt about being a creator (and lover) of books comes whenever my third-grade son complains about having to read one.