I have a confession to make. I’m a little bit of a beauty junkie and while we’re being honest I’m also a beauty product snob. I already confessed to being a quality girl, and while I don’t believe that quality always means expensive, the old adage you get what you pay for often rings true.
During day 3 of snowmageddon (I am currently on day 5!) I posted a picture of me after a treadmill run. I titled the picture Sweating It Out On a Snow Day. The picture was a little more revealing than any that I have posted before. I had on a sports bra (not too skimpy)
Yesterday during my second day of Snowmageddon, I watched a video my friend posted of a young lady and her male companion out for a run in the snow. They were all decked out in their color-coordinated running gear; they looked like they knew what they were doing. When approached by the news reporter on
Okay, I know that was a bit of a tease, but what you’re thinking of isn’t the O I am talking about (at least not directly). The big O that I am talking about is a character in one of my favorite relationship books. Sadly, it is not one of the bestselling relationship books
I have subscribed to the capsule wardrobe philosophy for as long as I can remember. It started out by necessity. Being a single mom for 13 years I didn’t have unlimited disposable income but I did have a love of quality materials so I always tried to choose quality over quantity. What I found was
There is a wildly popular new book out by Shonda Rhimes; you know her as the creator of all things steamy and heart pounding on ABC. She has created the hits we have grown to love: Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder. Surprisingly this super creative, TV producer, single mommy, is