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The Waning Gender Pay Gap

Play your part in lowering the gender pay gap – ask for a raise today! You, yes you, can play in a role in lowering the gender pay gap while securing the income you deserve. According to the Census Bureau, the wage gap between men and women is beginning to… Read more


Can’t Get Good Sleep? Help Beyond “Turn Off Your iPad”

“Though sleep is called our best friend, it is a friend who often keeps us waiting!”- Jules Verne Don’t you hate it when good friends keep you waiting? The older we get the more tardy our dear friend sleep may become, and peri- and postmenopausal women may find it hardest… Read more

Featured Destinations

This is Why You Should Take a Trip to India

Everyone said we were crazy to take a trip to India. “Why would you want to take a trip to INDIA?” they said. It’s nasty, it’s dirty, it’s full of beggars! Well, it IS that but it’s also so much more. "Incredible India" is a land of friendly people who… Read more


Do You Know What’s in Your Protein Powder?

Be a Picky Eater Consumer reports found unacceptable levels of heavy metals in randomly tested popular protein powder for women. This is a problem, considering protein shakes are often consumed multiple times daily. You know the program: have a shake for breakfast, a shake for lunch, and a healthy dinner.… Read more

Money & Finance

Help! Choosing a Qualified Personal Property Appraiser

As a certified appraiser, a valuation specialist, through Appraisers International Society (AiS), I'd like to share my expertise and advice for hiring the services of a personal property appraiser. "Cavaveat emptor" and "cognoscere nisi habeat fiduciam" In case you are not Latin proficient: "Buyer Beware" and "Trust but Verify." Very… Read more

Marriage & Divorce

Valentine’s Day Rituals to Practice All Year Long

The history of Valentine’s Day is gruesome, yet this day is a celebration of romantic love for the modern adult or of platonic love for preschoolers. How did it come to be that the complicated melding of the Roman feast of Lupercalia and the celebration of the martyrdom of St.… Read more

Featured Women

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

Career Maker

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