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Alone Time Without the Guilt

Women have come a long way in the workforce and family life, but Pew Research shows that women are still more likely to adjust their careers and work schedule to meet the needs of family and children. While men’s involvement at home has gone up significantly since the 60s, research… Read more

Skin Care & Make-Up

Microblading Eyebrows: Look Younger in Just a Few Hours

It seems like there’s a new beauty treatment promising youth every week: creams, lasers and minimally invasive surgery...which is still surgery. Those treatments can be impossible for clients with sensitive skin or those looking to fit a certain budget. And don’t get me started on botched procedures. If you’ve never… Read more


The Plan that Worked for Me: Losing Weight after 50

Disclosure:  I am a 52-year-old woman who is moderately short at 5’ 2” with historical weight ranging from 119 lbs. to 156 lbs. between the ages of 22 and 52 (except during pregnancy because I don’t remember and don’t care). During those 30 years, I primarily weighed anywhere from 130… Read more


Video: Belly Busters – Stability Ball Exercises for Your Core

We all want a flat tummy, but let's face it, core exercises like crunches and sit ups can wreak havoc on our lower backs. To combat that issue and help us work our cores safely, we contacted our friend and contributing fitness editor, Debra Atkinson of Flipping Fifty, to show us a few stability… Read more

Career Maker

Resume Refresh: 4 Steps to Get Noticed

Your resume may include your current position and responsibilities. But is it ready to be shared with recruiters and would-be employers? If you have not changed positions in over a decade, it has probably been a while since you’ve done a resume refresh. But if you are interested in finding… Read more


Is It Normal… to Exercise Like Crazy and Still Have a Belly?

You practice yoga. You sweat through HIIT class. You even wear through your running shoes a few times a year thanks to thrice-weekly 5-mile runs. But somehow, some way you still have a stubborn little belly bulge. Is this normal? According to Los Angeles-based nutrition expert Whitney English, MS, RDN,… Read more

Career Maker

Love Your Career Again: Job Satisfaction Tools

Gee, wouldn’t it be great to be that battery bunny in the Duracell ads? Then we could saunter up to an electrical outlet, plug ourselves in and wham! Re-energized. That’s not going to happen, so we’re on our own to find ways we can even “like” much less “love” our… Read more

Personal Growth

Where to #MeToo Movement?

At some time in our lives, though less frequently as we mature, most have endured sexual harassment. In some cases, it was major, dramatic and undeniable. In far more cases, it was just some demeaning thing that we used to consider part of the landscape–patting, put-downs, pornographic pictures, propositions. You… Read more

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