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Goji Berries? I Don’t Think So

Last year it was those pricey juice cleansers. Before that it was the pomegranate craze (hello, teeny bottle for $4.99), and then the superfood fad—with everyone buying kale and blueberries (and paying extra for organic). Now there’s another...

Start Planning Next Summer Now

Studies show that it’s not just your vacation time that makes you happy—it’s all the anticipation beforehand.Lesson: Ditch those end-o’-summer blues by planning your next getaway(s) now.   Think out loud. Where have you always wanted to go? Where...

Rx for Summer Skin & Hair

You love that sun-kissed look you've had all summer, but now it's time to transition back to a more polished, meet-the-clients look for fall. Here, a few time-smart (and money-wise) ways to give your skin and hair the TLC it needs. Cool off –...

3 Summer Skin Solutions

It’s the annoying end-of-summer skin dilemma: How do you adjust makeup you bought months ago to match your darker skin tone now—without spending a fortune on all-new products? Three attractive solutions:   Layer a tinted moisturizer over your...

A New Way to Travel Light

You’ve seen those people at the airport—the ones who look cool, collected, and weirdly luggage free. Want to know their secret? They ship their bags. Given what airlines are charging for checked baggage these days, you might want to consider it....

Last-Minute Deals on Trips

Summer is waning, but there’s still time to plan a delicious last-minute trip, thanks to these travel deal sites. Sniqueaway’s claim to fame is that they mine TripAdvisor reviews to offer you great deals at popular resorts, hotels, and spas. You...

A Tribute to Helen Gurley Brown

I still remember when I found a used copy of Helen Gurley Brown’s landmark 1962 bestseller, “Sex and the Single Girl,” nearly 40 years after its heyday. By then it was the era of Carrie Bradshaw and “Sex and the City,” but as a newly single woman...

Vacation Makes Your Biz Better

Confession: As a career-preneur, I rarely take a vacation. I travel constantly, but I'm always working. And it's bad—for me and for my business. I'm writing this as much for you as a declaration for myself. In the few times I've successfully left...

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