Buy More, Spend Less!

July 31, 2010 by  
Filed under Fashion & Beauty Advice, Style

Some trends come and go, but saving money while looking good is always in style. One of the easiest and most efficient ways to supplement your wardrobe is with online stores. Here are a few you might want to check out: Bluefly: This site gained popularity when its accessories were featured on the hit show […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Making the Call

July 30, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog

This past year, one of my good friends was faced with a tough dilemma: should she break up with her boyfriend? They had been together for well over a year, and he’s a great guy. However, it seemed like they were in a rut and constantly arguing. Not an easy decision. She decided to try […]

Solo Occupancy: Late-night Los Angeles Dining

July 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Single Occupancy, Travel

Ah, Los Angeles… the City of Angels, the Hollywood sign, la-la land. LA is to single women what cabarets are to single men: seedy, sexy, sultry and full of hidden agendas. So, what does a single woman do when she finds herself alone along the boulevard of broken dreams? She eats.

Sex & the Single Woman: High Roller

July 29, 2010 by  
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Yesterday I took some family friends to the local skating rink. Ohhhhhhhh, the memories. I was instantly taken back to grade school parties at the rink; the smell of stale popcorn and musty skates greeted me the moment I walked into the door. Skating parties were my first social dates. Girls would get dressed up, […]

Duchess Digest: Dr. Michelle and Ms Typed Dates

July 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Finding Mr. Right, Relationships

Jill Brown’s Duchess Digest column this week is an interview with clinical psychologist, relationship expert, coach and TV host, Dr. Michelle Callahan. You can enter for a chance to win a VTech LS6245 phone and read all about Dr. Michelle Callahan and her new book, Ms. Typed!

Sex & the Single Woman: Cheating Without Knowing It

July 28, 2010 by  
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I firmly believe that there are some men you will never get over. They affect you in such a profound way that you cannot help but hold onto a small piece of them. At what point, however, is this attachment hurtful to future relationships? Having remained friends with so many guys I’ve dated, I feel […]

How to Detect Lies and Avoid Being Duped in the Workplace

July 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Career, career-page-feature, People Issues

Communication is the key to building successful personal and professional relationships. But how do you detect lies, and how do you avoid being duped in the workplace? Here are some tips from my book, “Playing the Lying Game,” that can help you get to the truth. How to Spot a Lie One sign of a […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Is “Just Friends” Good Enough?

July 27, 2010 by  
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As I bide my time waiting for my One True Love, I often utilize my close guy friends as stand ins for necessary things, such as dates and shoulders to cry on. I am closer to some of these guys than others; there are a few who I count as amongst my best friends. After […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Where Does It Stop?

July 26, 2010 by  
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I would like to think that in every relationship there is the utmost honesty between the couple. As ideal as this may sound, it’s just that…. an idealistic thought. My question is, at what point do we decide what to disclose and what to keep to ourselves? This question can be applied to many aspects […]

TravelFIT: Berry Picking in Boston

July 25, 2010 by  
Filed under Travel, Travel Tips & Plan

I love waking up early on a summer morning and going for a walk before the rest of the city wakes. No matter where I am or what my plans are for the day, a quick walk can clear your head, ease your stress and help you breathe a little easier. Quite simply: A walk […]

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