Morgan Kosinski

About Morgan Kosinski

She may have been born in NY, but Morgan’s heart beats only for Texas. A resident of Frisco for the past five years, this clever ginger attempts to divide her time amongst several honorable efforts: working freelance (#GetPaid), attempting a straight face when her two young sons make poop jokes (#MomFail), trying not to burn the beans or toot in the sheets (#TheGoodWife), drinking wine (#RoseAllDay), and forcing her dear friends to read her erotic literature (#NSFW.) She is apologetic for such a pragmatic biography, but counters that this isn’t an online dating profile. #SorryNotSorry

November 12, 2019 North Texas Turkey Trot 2
Events

The North Texas Turkey Trot – Frisco’s Thanksgiving Tradition

Photos courtesy of North Texas Turkey Trot. Thanksgiving Day I basically have two options: sit awkwardly in a kitchen making...

by Morgan Kosinski
June 13, 2019 closet clothes hangers
Shopping & Services

This is How Your Closet Can Change Someone’s Life

I have tried to write this piece for months. MONTHS. It should be simple - talk about The Family Place Resale Shop and get...

by Morgan Kosinski
April 1, 2019 cookie dough
Restaurants

Have Your Cookie Dough and Eat it Too

When I woke up this morning, I shocked myself to find perfectly clean, hung-up, jeans in my closet. I’m typically a straight...

by Morgan Kosinski
February 21, 2019 Boxcar house
Shopping & Services

From Salvage to Showroom, the Difference is in the Details

This article is sponsored by Boxcar House. For the past 13 years, I’ve been dining on my husbands’ ex-girlfriend\'s...

by Morgan Kosinski
January 24, 2019 Junior League of CC
Feature Articles

Confessions of a Junior League Cynic

When I was old enough to know better, but still too young to question everything, I learned about the Junior League. Basically,...

by Morgan Kosinski
January 14, 2019 First Defense Solutions 2019 - 5
Kids & Family

Navigating Teen Dating Relationships and Human Trafficking Risks

This article is sponsored by First Defense Solutions. In 1996, the talk around my 9th grade homeroom was how everyone watched...

by Morgan Kosinski
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