How Bold Are You If you have been following along on Instagram you know that I’ve had what could be described as a fairytale moment in NYC recently. I wanted to share it here too because I feel like what’s happening over at Chico’s deserves more attention than I can give in an Instagram post,
What Does Being Fierce (at Midlife) Mean To You? I was recently asked “What does it mean to be fierce at midlife?”by my new friend Catherine Graceo who founded the Forever Fierce Movement for women in midlife. I loved being challenged to answer this question because I’ve always believed that fierce is a state of
I remember how exhausted I felt when my son was a newborn. Things got much better when he started sleeping longer stretches at night, but every once in while I got to the point where I simply felt depleted again. The stress of juggling childcare, work, and household duties along with the physical demands
The following is a guest blog post by Courtney Imade. When I started working from home I found being chic to be far more challenging than when I went into the office every day. It was so tempting to stay in my pajamas sans makeup and without putting too much effort into my hair most
How to Be Your Very Own Trophy Wife Yes, you read that correctly. I am going to tackle a subject that might make some people cringe. The idea of being a trophy wife conjures up images that really aren’t seen as flattering or particularly positive. We often visualize a much younger woman married to a
I like to use winter as a time to refresh everything. I like to organize my beauty products, clean out my kitchen pantry and cabinets, and really take stock of my wardrobe. I know a lot of people (including my youngest daughter who claims to absolutely hate winter) like to count down the days to
I have a confession to make. I’m a little bit of a beauty junkie and while we’re being honest I’m also a beauty product snob. I already confessed to being a quality girl, and while I don’t believe that quality always means expensive, the old adage you get what you pay for often rings true.