Melissa

Melissa has been sharing too much of her life online for the past five years at http://www.rockanddrool.com. She recently Co-Founded a social media company aptly titled Smart Savvy Social (http://www.smartsavvysocial.com) because she and her business partner are both smart AND savvy. When Melissa isn't cleaning up after her 5 kids, 6 cats, 2 dogs and various other household pests, she can be found obsessively twittering as @rockdrool.

Web Site: http://www.rockanddrool.com


First date faux pas and dating don’ts

March 19, 2013
First date faux pas and dating don’ts

We’ve all been there at least once in our lives. You know, that first date where we opened our mouths and out flowed the diarrhea. Yeah, admit it. Then, that night when you were replaying the date in your mind, you felt like vomiting because you just couldn’t believe that you said that. Well,...
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The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 13 Arrow on the Doorpost

March 15, 2013
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 13 Arrow on the Doorpost

The last couple of weeks, The Walking Dead has actually been boring me to tears. It’s not what I signed up for, ya know. I want them to stop with the politics and start kicking those zombie brains and butts. But then…I realized that the reason there hasn’t been so much zombie brain bashing...
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Getting over a break up

March 12, 2013
Getting over a break up

Breaking up is hard to do. There are so many songs written about the heartbreak and angst that comes with breaking up.  Sometimes, though, it’s a necessary evil. If your gut is telling you it’s time then chance are, it’s for the best. Actually, the easiest part is the actual breaking up. The hard...
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Oz The Great and Powerful

March 9, 2013
Oz The Great and Powerful

Disney’s Oz The Great and Powerful, the long awaited “prequel” to The Wizard of Oz based on the novels by L. Frank Baum is in theaters now. And it’s fantabulous. It’s rated PG and is in theaters now. The original 1939 film was an instant classic and through the years, there have been many...
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Love vs. Lust: Can you feel the difference?

March 5, 2013
Love vs. Lust: Can you feel the difference?

Love is one of the most powerful human emotions. And lust isn’t far behind. The difference between love and lust can oftentimes be confused, however.  But, where lust is a short haul, love is a long lasting and oftentimes permanent state. It’s true that when you are in lust, you want to be with...
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10 dating apps for iOS and Android

February 27, 2013
10 dating apps for iOS and Android

Have you been looking for love in all the wrong places? *Groan* Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Well, there are a crap-ton of online dating sites. Everyone you know who has a profile on these sites has a different opinion as to which one is the best. Some say they all suck while others...
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The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 10: Home

February 21, 2013
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 10: Home

I’m a total Dead-head. Not because I’m a fan of The Grateful Dead, no…not even. I’m completely hooked on The Walking Dead, glued like a…well…zombie to the television every Sunday on AMC at 9pm. Admittedly, I didn’t start watching the show until mid-December. My husband and I caught up quickly, though. Midnight Dead marathons,...
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Create an online dating profile that POPS

February 18, 2013
Create an online dating profile that POPS

Online dating sites are the new matchmaker. So many people have found their soul-mates through online dating. There are so many different varieties of sites with more popping up daily. It makes dating just a little bit easier. The key to being the popular person, the one that gets all the winks, nods and...
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Christinas Adult Ballet in Keego Harbor

December 11, 2012
Christinas Adult Ballet in Keego Harbor

Awhile back I was told about a ballet school in Keego Harbor, Michigan that is targeted specifically to adults. It’s called Christina’s Adult Ballet, run and taught by Christina Kammuller who was a principal dancer for the Guaira Ballet Theatre in Brazil. In 1987, Ms. Kammuller began teaching ballet to adult students. Well, I...
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Organize your phone contacts with Ringya, you’ll be so happy you did

December 2, 2012
Organize your phone contacts with Ringya, you’ll be so happy you did

I have a little issue with something called “Organization”. My issue is, I’m not. At all. I’m the queen of losing numbers and missing appointments. When I write a “to-do” list on a scrap sheet of paper, which is what I usually use for my “to-do” lists, I lose the list before checking it...
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10 “MUST SEE” Things at the Newly Revamped Detroit Historical Museum

November 24, 2012
10 “MUST SEE” Things at the Newly Revamped Detroit Historical Museum

I loved the Detroit Historical Museum when I was young. My parents used to take my sister and myself there when we were little where we’d wander the old streets of Detroit, our favorite permanent museum exhibit. I took my teens there, back when they were small. They loved the old streets of Detroit,...
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The Heidelberg Project: It’s All About The D

November 9, 2012
The Heidelberg Project: It’s All About The D

26 years ago, Tyree Guyton, armed with a paintbrush, talent and determination, began transforming Heidelberg Street, where he grew up on Detroit’s East Side. A street brimming over with raw memories and deterioration. Alongside his grandfather, he collected garbage and debris and, instead of disposing of it, created giant works of art out of...
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