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Could We Live Together?

I have a really unconventional dream. I'm not even sure how seriously I take myself, but it's worth publishing to see if anyone else out there is thinking like me. I often wish I lived cooperatively. Not crazy-hippie commune, but a more...

Is Marriage for All of Us? Maybe Not Me

I've been separated from my husband for almost two years. Luckily, we have a friendship and talk/text constantly about our kids, their schools, and our community. While divorce and separation can bring about enormous stress and anxiety,...

What the Most Successful People Do On the Weekend

Sleeping in. Surfing the web. Catching up on laundry. Ferrying the kids to taekwondo. If that sounds like your typical weekend, take half an hour this Saturday or Sunday, tear yourself away from email or the latest Kardashian goings-on, and read...

Mama Gena on Passion & Money

Don’t know Mama Gena—the original pleasure revolutionary? You should. Through Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts, she’s helped thousands of women tap their pleasure and their power. Recently, Mama Gena (Regena Thomasauer) opened up to us about...

Giving Gets Social

Take a night out with the gals, add a cocktail or two, stir in some philanthropy, and what do you get? A hangover with meaning? No, a giving circle, a social way to raise funds for a cause you believe in. Rather than writing an anonymous check to...

The Upside of Excess

We've all heard the advice: Get enough sleep, don't overdo the cocktails, and give yourself time to slow down, meditate, get centered. In other words, strive for balance—in your diet, life, and finances. Because then all will be well, right?...

How Botox Made Me Happier

Around about 2010, I’d had it. The recession had gouged my husband’s income and mine—and we were flat-out broke. As a fretful, 40-something breadwinner for a family of five, I did what no one in my position should: I looked in the mirror. Worry...

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