Lela is an award-winning humorist and freelance journalist who loves media and marketing. She entertains and inspires audiences in print, web, video, and television. Lela is the author of Blacklisted from the PTA and Who Peed on My Yoga Mat?, and contributor to NBC News, TODAY Moms, iVillage, and Huffington Post. She frequently speaks about motherhood, marriage, marketing, and the challenges of being over-40 in a Botox world. Lela wrote Sexy, Smart, and Search Engine Friendly: Get Found Online Without Losing Your Mind or Wasting Your Time especially for authors, artists, and small business entrepreneurs.
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Who Peed on My Yoga Mat?
Lela Davidson doesn’t like to brag, but her children are clean and fed, her husband likes to cook, and she is rarely referred to as Troll Toes at the yoga studio. In other words, she’s got it all. Between watching adorably annoying toddlers transform into text-obsessed teens, and facing inevitable moments of marital “for worse,” a girl’s got to carve out time for inner peace.
Blacklisted from the PTA
Blacklisted from the PTA is an irreverent look at motherhood and the modern family. From the high chair to a vinyl restaurant booth on date night, Lela Davidson has captured life on the cul-de-sac with a husband, two kids, and the occasional pet. Whether failing at cloth diaper origami or smug in knowledge that her children have never consumed a PopTart, Lela assures parents they are not alone.
Home Improvement Gone Wrong
A story about what's really going on in the house next door. Hint: If he's got a power drill and a crazed look in his eyes, beware. A hilarious story of marriage and maintenance. Perfect for reading with, or as an escape from, the handy man in your life.
Money, Murder, & Marriage: A Slightly Skewed Celebration of Love
Three stories of love in real life. From mutual funding to a simple murder plot to an all-too-necessary girls night out, these are three hilarious stories of long term marriage gone right. Perfect for reading with, or as an escape from, your one true love.