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It's Not a Purse, It's an Investment

What’s the ROI on that bag you’re about to buy? Most women think of the dividends their handbag might yield in terms of looks and style. But an investment bag—a real power bag—can also return some of the hundreds (or thousands) you put into it...

Shampoo, tissues, and some cute gifts

Let’s be honest: you still need gifts, but you're running out of time. Worry not! With pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens going upscale, you can put together a grab-and-go list of goodies that can piggyback onto that stop for Advil.     For your...

Gift Guide for Gals

She doesn’t need more clothes. You’re not sure of her shoe size. So what to get the gals on your list? Here, three fresh choices.   For the … time-pressed health nut She’s already resolved to eat more leafy greens—but long workdays sap her will...

What to Get Him This Year

It’s gift-giving time. What to get the men in your life? Socks? A newly issued Star Wars box set with extra bonus features? Um … golf stuff?   No, no—and save it for Father’s Day. Here, our quick-and-dirty guide to giving rockin’ presents guys...

Beauty Boosters: Worth It?

I’m sure that if I gave up fast food, exercised, ate seven servings of fruits and veggies every day, and slept nine hours a night, I could look and feel a lot better than I do.    But I’ve got a job. And a toddler. Translation: I need an easier...

3 Effortless Fall Looks for Work

I love clothes as much as the next woman, but I’ve never paid much attention to the big fashion shows, preferring to let top styles filter down to stores where I shop. So when a recent blogging assignment landed me a seat at New York Fashion...

Update Your Closet With a $1K Spree

You hate everything in your closet from last fall. (Why did you buy that poofy “Mad Men” dress, the suit with shorts?) Hanging on to old trends feels pointless—yet getting rid of them feels wasteful. You don’t want to contribute to some other...

I Thought We Had a Deal

I recently bought a Groupon for a haircut and color at an uber-fancy Manhattan salon. It was pricey, $150, but not much more than what I’d normally pay. I was pretty excited. I’d been letting my hair grow out for months, and I couldn’t wait to...

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