Monthly Archive: November, 2014

The Pocket Guide’s Retro Review: Donna Tartt’s The Secret History

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While I am of the belief that there is no bad season for reading, the necessity of a good book is most profound in the winter months. When the cold bites at your… Continue reading

Putting yourself first. What we can learn from Power Mom Gisele Bundchen

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Why do we seem to continue to put each other down as mothers? Are we that insecure about our own approach that we need to find a weak spot elsewhere and pounce? What… Continue reading

How-to Guide for Conquering Miami Art Week

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Art Basel Miami Beach, or ABMB as it is commonly known, is the most important art fair in the United States. Over 250 galleries from 31 countries are   exhibiting over 4,000 artists at… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: Presents with purpose holiday gift guide

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As the savory scent of stuffing fills our noses, Target TV spot tunes crawl into our heads and refuse to leave. Thanksgiving is here, Black Friday is next, and then we all start… Continue reading

Embracing Change Like Colbie

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mbracing change is a gift, and can lead you to a life of prosperity. Grammy Award-winning singer, Colbie Caillat, is one that embraces change and uses her talent to hint that we should all do the same.

Call It Supper: Kale Salad with Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Shallots

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By the time Thanksgiving arrives, you will have already had Turkey at least twice, if not three times due to Friendsgivings and other events. Therefore, at Call It Supper this week, our strategy is to… Continue reading

The Pocket Guide: 5 Wines for Every Thanksgiving Table

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Now that the fuzzy socks and chunky scarves are making their way out of the closet, it’s time to concede that the November chill has officially arrived. Unpleasant as the flashbacks to last… Continue reading

Swipe Left or…Human Rights? Tinder Takes a Stand.

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Tinder. Hate it or love it, we’ve all heard about it. The popular dating app is both entertaining and yes, I will admit, fun to see potential dating matches in a matter of seconds. Recently… Continue reading

Five Must-Read Career Strategies for Women in Tech

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It seems as if every day someone in my network is sending me an article about challenges facing women in technology. If I had to summarize all the articles into a six word… Continue reading

Let me holla at that: excuse me? The Cat-Calling Dilemma

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There is no beating around the bush (literally and figuratively) when stating that nearly every single female has been cat-called at least once.  I can’t lie when I say that some of them have… Continue reading