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Editor’s Note: March – When it Rains, It Pours

I don't know about where you are, but here in Dallas, spring appears to be making its way to us. Temps are still cool, but the rain has started. Great for sleeping. Not great for driving. (Or dog walking.) As we've been trapped indoors under the withering glare of frustrated… Read more

Career Transition

Finding Purpose After Retirement: Who Do You Think You Are?  

When one is a stranger to oneself, then one is estranged from others, too.  -Anne Morrow Lindberg Who are you? This may sound like a simple question, yet when one transitions from a life filled with an active career it’s important to have a strong sense of who you are to… Read more

Anti Aging

Halo Laser Skin Resurfacing is Revolutionary

Introducing the Halo Hybrid Fractional Laser Radiant, Anti-Aging Results with Minimal Downtime Laser resurfacing treatments are becoming an increasingly popular option for thousands of women and men who want a non-surgical way to rejuvenate their skin. Many people are bothered by fine lines, large pores, acne scars, wrinkles around the… Read more

Social Scene

An Evening with the Bush Twins: Sisters First

This past weekend I was included in an event hosted by 4word, a national organization with 22 local groups across the U.S. serving professional Christian women. The gala and dinner included a conversation with the Bush twins, Jenna Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush, moderated by Charity Wallace, former Laura Bush Chief of… Read more


How to Choose a Personal Trainer

We are going to show you how to choose a personal trainer who's right for you by asking the right questions. Whether you’ve got goals of a starting line or you need to exercise safely with arthritis or osteoporosis, there’s a trainer for you. When you first meet a trainer,… Read more

New Surroundings

Second Act Success: What They Didn’t Teach in Business School

Prime Women are definitely not rocking chair ready. Even after we leave our day job or full time professional practice, we want to do something more than just play golf and travel. Sometimes, it is continuing what we did before in a more part-time mode. Oftentimes, it is starting and… Read more


The Importance of Jewelry

Jewelry as Ritual The importance of jewelry in history rests in its ritualistic nature. In ancient Egypt, a cartouche, an oval or oblong pendant, was often placed on the neck of the deceased person so they could be identified in the afterlife. Jade has been a part of Chinese culture… Read more

Family & Friends

Letting Go: When Your Chronically Ill Child Grows Up

As we mature, we form our identities and begin to find purpose. Many women who are mothers find our identities have been formed by the role we play in our families. As we enter our senior years, we begin to reshape who we are and who we want to be.… Read more