Women’s History Month: Living Your Ideal Vision

Earlier this month I challenged you to nominate the ‘real’ woman in your life who was your ideal of ‘having it all’ for Woman’s History Month. It was an experience I was looking forward to being a part of in many ways. After searching through all your entries (many thanks for all the great submissions) […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Thankful

March 31, 2010 by  
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Today I drove past a place that reminds me of a guy I was once interested in.  He led me to believe that he wanted something and long story short: he wasn’t interested back and nothing ever worked out. Because of that, it took me awhile to get past my feelings of annoyance toward him. […]

A Woman’s POV: Assessing the New Health Reform Laws

March 31, 2010 by  
Filed under Health, Health Trends

As a longtime proponent of health care reform, I truly wish that the National Organization for Women could join in celebrating the historic passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. It pains me to have to stand against what many see as a major achievement. But feminist, progressive principles are in direct conflict […]

The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project Offers a New Canyon Experience

March 30, 2010 by  
Filed under Destinations, Travel

Don’t just visit the Grand Canyon – be part of the drive that returns wolves to their natural habitat along the North and South rims of the canyon. Here’s a great volunteer opportunity to make an already planned trip to the Grand Canyon even more meaningful, and get educated about the history of the wolf in […]

Ready for your close-up? A new reality TV show is looking for Singleistas

March 30, 2010 by  
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Are you a woman in your 20’s, 30’s or 40’s who is actively navigating the NYC dating scene? Have you looked for love online before? If not, would you be open to trying online dating for the first time? Do you and your single girlfriends have enough stories – the good, the bad and the […]

Family Fun at ONE Bal Harbour Resort & Spa

March 30, 2010 by  
Filed under Travel, Travel Tips & Plan

We just got word of a stellar party in South Florida’s chicest, ultra-luxe hotel destination – ONE Bal Harbour Resort & Spa. On the guest list? Your little ones. The five-star property is to introduce traveling tots and their tired parents to the new ONE Kid’s Package. The ONE Kid’s Package gives kids a VIP card, […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Comfort Zone?

March 30, 2010 by  
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In light of yesterday’s post, I have started to think about how women show they are interested in guys. I asked my roommate what she does to get to know guys, and she confessed that she doesn’t do anything. She openly admitted that guys have confronted her about this in the past. Her solution to […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Unreachable

March 29, 2010 by  
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Last week I mentioned that there is a new guy creeping onto the horizon. In this age of technology, I find that when trying to get to know a guy, I start by texting him. It’s not working this time. He rarely has his phone on and he definitely doesn’t use it to conversationally text. […]

How to Un-Shy Your Child

March 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Parenting, Single Moms

Imagine the following situation. Your child changes classes and moves from one teacher to the next. The new class has new children, new rules and the whole situation is strange to him. As you enter the new classroom with him he plays it shy. He is attached to you and does not let go of […]

In the Kitchen with Nigella Lawson

March 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, In The Kitchen

She is credited with bringing sexy back to the kitchen. But British “it” girl Nigella Lawson is more than just a pretty face. It’s not often that a cooking show soft focuses on the host licking chocolate off her fingers and sashaying around the kitchen in leopard print mules. But that is exactly what a […]

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