Fashions Under $50: Cardigans Just Right For Spring

April 30, 2010 by  
Filed under Fashions Under $50, Style

Although sweaters provide a cozy layer in the winter, they are also a great item to jazz up an outfit in warmer weather.  Here are a few cardigans that will transition you into the summer while staying within your budget. Women’s Cropped Pointelle Cardigan, $22.50, Old Navy This lightweight sweater (left) comes in a variety […]

Sex & the Single Woman: You’ve Got Mail

April 30, 2010 by  
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I used to write a column for a local paper and a few months ago I discussed personal ads. I am well aware of how rough it is to be a single woman in this society and personal ads emphasize the fact that I am not alone in this. I wrote my column in the […]

Jazz Up Your Gift Wrapping with Persona Pails

April 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Products We Love, Single Moms

Forget the boring gift bag or wrapping paper. Now there’s a new way to present your gifts that will wow the recipient! Persona Pails are unique gift pails that are decorated and personalized for every personality or special interest. You pick the color of hair, eye shape, hat, and accessories to turn your gift pail […]

Kid-friendly Travel in Wisconsin

April 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Travel, Travel Tips & Plan

One of the most commonly asked questions from single mom’s looking to travel with their kids is: How do I choose a destination that’s fun and also educational, and won’t break the bank? The answer: Think outside the box! When the kids are out of school and the summer days are dragging on, consider a […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Oh, Oh It’s Magic

April 29, 2010 by  
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I’ve heard of sparks flying upon meeting someone, but I never really understood it until last year. I was introduced to one of my friends, and upon shaking his hand I swear the world stopped. Everything froze for those few precious seconds while we touched. I’m completely serious. The strangest part is that, as beautiful […]

The Hypnotist by MJ Rose

April 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Red Hot Reads, Relationships

SYNOPSIS An FBI agent, tormented by a death he wasn’t able to prevent, a crime he’s never been able to solve and a love he’s never forgotten, discovers that his true conflict resides not in his past, but in a…Past Life. Haunted by a twenty-year old murder of a beautiful young painter, Lucian Glass keeps […]

Solo Travel: Where Would You Like to Go?

April 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Travel, Travel Tips & Plan

When I was planning my solo driving trip from Weston, Connecticut, to Denali National Park, Alaska, my mother asked me, “Isn’t there anyone else you know who would love to drive to Alaska with you in your Toyota Corolla?” Without laughing out loud, I simply responded, “No, Mom, this is something I’ve wanted to do […]

Single Minded Women Cooking School: Make the Perfect Omelette

April 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, Recipes

Omelette (or omelet) making is one of the techniques learned in the esteemed French culinary schools around the globe. I say technique, and not recipe, because we are taught the fundamentals of cooking – the science and how to, rather than just the recipe. The goal is to master the lesson and create your own […]

In the Kitchen: Zarela Martinez & Fish Tacos

April 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Food and Wine, In The Kitchen

She helped put Mexican food on the map in NYC, and now Zarela Martinez is making sure that her culture’s cuisine is explored as well as enjoyed. “It is my mission to make my Mexican culture known and understood.” Zarela Martinez speaks with a passion that is addictive. Her website, Zarela.com, focuses not only on […]

5 Things Women Should Tell Their Doctor But Don’t

April 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Health, Wellbeing

A recent survey in Redbook Magazine revealed a troubling trend among women regarding their relationships with their physicians: 52 percent of women lie to their doctor when asked direct questions about their health. Such a high percentage is troubling; without accurate information, doctors cannot adequately care for their patients. By learning more about what other […]

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