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Eating Disorders and the Holidays

When you think of the holidays, what’s one of the first things that comes to mind? Food, right? All the dishes, casseroles, dips, and sweets — there is just so much to choose from that it makes it hard to stop. For some, this may be an enjoyable thing. For… Read more

Family & Friends

Beat Holiday Loneliness And Host Friendsgiving

We love our holidays in the U.S. so much we are creating informal ones to give us more to celebrate! Friendsgiving is a day where friends come together to eat and enjoy each other's company. From the combination of the words, you can tell it is a blend of 'friends'… Read more


The Vacation Trend Tackling Burnout – Wellness Travel

We’ve become so wired, dialed-in, connected and engaged to our work life that it’s making us sick. In fact, just a few months ago the World Health Organization revised its International Classification of Diseases to include ‘burnout’ as an official medical diagnosis. Burnout alone is bad, but it can also… Read more


Why You Shouldn’t Lighten Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner

A recent search on how to "lighten" up your Thanksgiving dinner had some interesting options. For your stuffing, they suggested you use rice, barley or quinoa instead of bread crumbs. That would be okay if you were going for gluten-free — certainly not for taste. To lighten up your sweet… Read more


Social Media Marketing Secrets From a PR Expert

The first thing any good public relations professional learns is that the only thing worse than being talked about poorly is not being talked about. In a cynical world, it’s tempting to stay below the radar in order to avoid criticism. But if you have a business or service to… Read more


Why Fall is the Best Time to Visit This Glimpse Into Prussia’s Grandiose Past

In Berlin, street art covers every building and ruins still abound. It is, by all means, a modern city. But to experience a completely different atmosphere, one only has to travel less than thirty miles. Potsdam is a window into Prussia’s grandiose past. A small village until the 18th century,… Read more

Beauty & Fashion

Jeans for Women Over 50: Comfort Meets Chic

In a recent article in UK’s Daily Mail, they reported that women over 50 named jeans as their favorite item of clothing. Only 1 percent named lingerie. Shocker, right? I’m quite sure a similar study done in the U.S. would report similar results. However, finding jeans for women over 50 that are… Read more

Books and TV

Give Thanks for Books About Families

This month, I gathered together a list of books about families like the ever-changing family I have experienced. The good families. The complicated families. The imperfect families. The evolving families. All the people I would love to have at my table. Celestial Bodies by Jokha Alharthi Set in al-Awafi, Oman,… Read more

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