The election heralded in some pretty significant milestones for women in politics this year. In fact, this was a history-making election for women in the Senate. Prior to this year’s election we had 17 women senators. However, the 2012 elections took it even further. There are now a total of 20 women in the U.S. Senate, which is a record-breaking number. Massachusetts elected their first female Senator in the state’s history this year when Democrat Elizabeth Warren beat out Republican ... Continue Reading
The 2012 elections were record-breaking in terms of women in politics.
The best maternity fashion choices for the working woman.
Pregnancy can be one of the most amazing experiences a woman goes through. Unfortunately, it can have the opposite effect on her wardrobe. If she isn't careful, she can be subjected to outdated, oversized maternity clothes that do not complement her body. Just because a woman is expecting a baby does not mean she has to compromise her sense of style and poise in the workplace. Since today’s fashion translates into many different cultures, sizes, body types and life stages, women do not have to ... Continue Reading
The inside scoop from a woman who spends her days on the front line of the fight against head lice. The Lice Lady speaks…are you listening?
It all started three years ago when I got "the call" from my neighbor. "My daughter has lice," she said, "you should check your kids." When my son returned from an afternoon at his friend's house I accosted him the moment he walked through the door. I parted his hair and saw something crawl past my finger. I screamed, flailed, jumped, and nearly vomited. To put it mildly, I didn't handle it well as a parent. To this day I will still swear that I saw that bug eyeballing me as it skittered for ... Continue Reading
Build awareness for breast cancer during October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
October signals the return of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a worldwide effort started in 1985 to raise awareness of a disease that affects more than 200,000 women on an annual basis. Though breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among American women, it is both wise and necessary to continue to build awareness. Doing so can reduce the number of women who are diagnosed with the disease, as well as help women who are undergoing breast cancer treatment by helping them examine their ... Continue Reading