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Inspirational Women in Their Prime: Jane Saginaw

Life After Lawyering Jane Saginaw graduated from the University of Texas Law School and attended the London School of Economics, Department of Comparative and International Law. She received her B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley where she graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a degree… Read more

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Time Management Tips: Eat that Frog

Mark Twain said it: “If you eat a frog first thing in the morning, that will probably be the worst thing you’ll do all day.” Of course, we won’t eat one of those little green garden toads. We’re alluding to tackling the nastiest, most disagreeable tasks first. If that means… Read more


Is It Normal… for My Knees to Pop When I Walk Up Stairs?

You may not look or feel your age most days, but there’s nothing like a little snap, crackle, pop of your joints to remind you how many candles on the cake. Popping or cracking knees can happen to anyone at any age, however. If you've got some percussion going on… Read more


Heart of the Matter: Valentine’s Day Style

Valentine’s Day may be one of the most difficult of holidays to navigate. You’re either for it or against it, depending upon your current relationship status. I’m all for embracing it with or without a partner and celebrating big time any holiday that basically revolves around chocolate and champagne. Whether… Read more


Golden Door Spa: Life in the Slow Lane Isn’t So Slow After All

These days we could all use a break, and luxury spas are just what the doctor ordered. Spas provide the antidote to our high stress modern lives. They are resources for preventative health, wellness, anti-aging and more - and no "one size fits all" experience will do. Thankfully, many spas… Read more


Your Why Can Save Your Life: Go Red for Women

If it were possible to guard yourself from heart disease and heart attack, would you? What is your WHY? YOUR WHY February is Heart Month. As the world is adorned with red hearts at every turn, the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement asks that you see a… Read more

Family & Friends

Never Say Never: What a Dog Can Teach You About Love

Sometimes the thing you want least is the thing you need most. After the sudden death of my husband and a company relocation that took me 150 miles away from my friends and the comfort of familiar surroundings, the only thing I wanted to do was come home from work… Read more

Skin Care & Make-Up

The Eyes Have It: Flattering Eyeshadow Application Tips

Our eyes are the focal point of our face. It’s the first thing someone sees when they look at us. And as we age, the eyes are one of the first places to show signs of aging and darkness. So what can we do?! Prime It Using an eyeshadow primer is… Read more

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