Monthly Archive: February, 2015

Keeping it Simple: The 5 Keys to Health and Happiness

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Listening to the radio, watching tv, browsing social media, there are product taglines permeating our lives claiming to provide solutions for health and happiness. Everything from snack bars, to gyms, to hair products target… Continue reading

SuperHealos Empower Children and Families Coping with Difficult Situations

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It was a couple of days after Valentine’s Day. At 7 am, I found out that my husband Dylan’s business trip was delayed because of the bad weather! I felt happy that I… Continue reading

Why We Travel, And Why Americans Don’t Travel Enough

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Recently I traveled to Southeast Asia. I did so as a solo backpacker. When I returned to New York I was able to reflect on my experience, and I realized that one of… Continue reading

Celebrities Highlighted #AskHerMore Movement at 2015 Oscars

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I am probably one of the few people who watch the pre-Oscar red carpet coverage not for the style banter, but to observe the actors themselves. I enjoy watching the actors as real… Continue reading

10 Tips for an Unforgettable Road Trip

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Traveling is awesome, but not everyone has the time and resources to jet set across the globe for a long weekend.  Luckily, the United States has some great places to road trip, whether you… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: How to Conquer Charity Galas.

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Gowns, girlfriends and giving back-might be one of the best triple threats out there. And with the winter temps scaring us to stay inside, one of the best ways to have a fun… Continue reading

Patricia Arquette Speaks Up for Women at the 87th Annual Academy Awards

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  Regardless of your income, regardless of your race, regardless of your gender; you have the freedom in America to voice your opinion. The 2015 Oscars were bland to say the least, that… Continue reading

5 Ways to Make Your Snow Day Productive

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  Snowed in again?! Here are five productive tasks that will help you make the most of your day stuck inside. File Your Taxes – Ok sure, it may not be glamorous but what’s… Continue reading

How 14-year-old Rachel Zietz built a $1 million company

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On paper, Rachel Zietz didn’t seem out of place among the other finalists for theGreater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Entrepreneur Award for young professionals. Her lacrosse equipment company is on track to… Continue reading

Lunch Bag Upgrade: Two Easy Salads

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I love a great salad that is QUICK and easy to make. I am always rushing out the door in the morning to get to work on time after squeezing in my morning Pure Barre… Continue reading