It’s a Gas (Theft)

May 31, 2008 by  
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If you’ve got a big tank on your car, look out: You may be getting robbed—twice. Certainly at your local gas station—where prices are hitting $4 and beyond, all over the country. Then, again, as thieves siphon off the gas you’ve just pumped. According to a recent Associated Press article, in such cities as Bethesda, […]

Cellulite- and Wrinkle-Zappers For the Body

May 31, 2008 by  
Filed under Fashion & Beauty Advice, Style

Q. I’ve got plenty of wrinkle creams to keep my face looking young—but what about my body? What are some anti-aging body lotions that will help me firm up and ward off wrinkles?    A. If you don’t have the money or the inclination to get a body overhaul at some Beverly Hills plastic surgeon’s […]

Table for One: “Critical” Advice for Dining Out Alone

May 30, 2008 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, Food/Restaurants

As a travel journalist and food and wine writer, I often find myself dining out alone – one of the biggest challenges for many single women travelers. Women travelers still expect to get the table by the restroom, less than stellar service and “isn’t she pitiful eating alone” looks from other diners. The situation was […]

Have the Best Sex (and the City) Party

May 30, 2008 by  
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Tomorrow hostesses around the world will be trying to outdo themselves in putting together the partay of the season (okay, maybe the week). If you want your friends rhapsodizing over your Sex and the City fete as well as the movie, here are a few themes you can implement: 1. A Designer Shoe Swap Everyone […]

Calling all Single Women Entrepreneurs!

May 29, 2008 by  
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If you are a single women running your own business, we want to hear from you. Send us an essay (750 words or less) describing your business and why you decided to check out of the corporate world to be your own boss. We also want to know what your biggest challenge is in running […]

The Scent of a Relationship

May 29, 2008 by  
Filed under Finding Mr. Right, Relationships

We’ve all heard the stories about how two people met and just fell, as the saying goes, head over heels for each other. Now scientists are beginning to conclude that what we long thought was “love at first sight,” might actually be love at first whiff. Seems a little nutty, and certainly not very romantic, […]

Where Are All the Men? Ask Mother Nature…

May 29, 2008 by  
Filed under Finding Mr. Right, Relationships

If you’re one of those women who’s always complaining that there aren’t enough men around, you probably won’t find solace in the validation that, statistically, you’re right: Since 1970, the number of male births has dropped by 17 males per every 10,000 births. What does that do to the dating pool? Well, let’s just say […]

Vitamins & Other Supplements for Women: Your Expert Cheat Sheet

May 28, 2008 by  
Filed under Health, Wellbeing

I wish I could make this easy. I really do. The questions of which supplements to take and how many and how often and with what… I would throw my hands up in the air with resignation, if both palms weren’t regularly filled with capsules and tablets that I’m soon to swallow. I’m an admitted […]

Get a Hold On Your Heart – Heart Disease in Women

May 28, 2008 by  
Filed under Health, health-page-feature, Wellbeing

A sleek, sultry women in her 40s or 50s glides from the door of her limo over the red carpet entrance – only to trip and stumble embarrassingly in front of her adoring crowd. The message of this advertising campaign from a few years back: even a person’s shining outward appearance can belie some uglier […]

Facing Up to the Truth

May 28, 2008 by  
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This just in, from CBS: According to two recent separate studies, plastic surgery can improve your mood. I’m sure these studies were taken before the patients involved were handed their doctors’ bills. Ya gotta love America: one war we are determined to win, at all costs, is the one against aging. We can analyze, scrutinize, […]

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