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Becoming a single parent can turn your world upside down, but getting back into the dating game can work wonders for your confidence, recovery and new lease of life. The dating scene might have changed a lot since you last dipped a toe in, but moving past your difficulties can be the key to winning back the wholesome happiness you once had. So without further ado… ...

  People ask why someone like me, who went to her first Broadway show at 5, now lives in suburbia. But two kids later, I can’t help but think – “Why wouldn’t I?” Related Post:  Westchester Welcome Legoland The city and the suburbs. Which is the best place to raise a family? Here are my insights into the age-old debate. Read the rest here. ...

Today I am guest posting over at Kidz Central Station, New York City’s one stop shop on finding and location classes and activities for your kids. Are you tired of wearing ”mom jeans” or your hubby’s oversized sweatshirt when you are out with the kids? Then click here to read my post on tips and advice on looking casual-chic at your next kid’s playdate. ...

Just a few weeks ago selected bloggers were invited to meet some exciting new and established brands up close and personal. If you are a Mom or a gal about town all of these brands will apply to you. The event was presented by Single Edition Media with special guest brands; Elizabeth Arden, Glo, BluePrint Cleanse, Foot Petals, Nanette Lepore, and Completely Bare. Bloggers from all areas including beauty, fashion and lifestyle were on board to experience the new Delta T4Terminal pop up while taking a moment to experience...

You thought that shift dresses were only good for work!? Well, think again. Shift dresses are timeless classics and universally flattering items that are so versatile that can be worn to almost any occasion. They were the favorite dresses worn by Twiggy and Jackie O in the past, who loved to wear them with geometric patterns and graphics, and they have been since then reinvented in many different ways. All the stars are absolutely crazy about this type of dress, to the point that they love wearing it even on the red carpet and to important...

Today’s guest post is from Joline Godfrey, author of Raising Financially Fit Kids, Our Wildest Dreams: Women Making Money, Having Fun, Doing Good; No More Frogs To Kiss: 99 Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls; Twenty $ecrets to Money and Independence: The DollarDiva’s Guide to Life. Read Joline’s post on Finance and Fashion… ...

There are plenty of benefits your kids get from gardening. Besides being fun and educational, studies have also shown that kids who spend time participating in outdoor activities, like gardening, sleep better, show improvement in class, and have better eye sight. Getting your kids interested in gardening is not as hard as you might think. Here are a few tips to keep your kids having fun outside while gardening. Let them be unique! Letting your children pick the seeds or plants on their own lets them get to grow what they want and have...

My fall fashion picks (for the entire family!) are featured over at my favorite online shoppping site, ShopStyle.  If you aren’t using ShopStyle yet for your shopping pleasure, you are surely missing out! Head on over or read the entire post here. ...

Many of the people on your holiday card list will know your family well – don’t sell them short them with a generic message and a hasty signature. Another subset of people on your card list are those you wish you talked with more frequently. Seeing a snappy Christmas card come through the mail with your name on the envelope should be a holiday event, bringing cheer and joy, and awesomeness. Rules to Live By If you know Buddy the Elf, you know that rule three of the Code of Elves tells us: “The best way to spread Christmas...

For any parent who has made the decision to go back into work after having a child, you will know this decision is not one to be made lightly. There is just so much to consider; from childcare to preparing your little one for the times you will be busy with your other, working life. If you have already made this momentous decision, or are about to start job hunting, you may find the following five tips very useful for surviving life as a working parent: 1. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff As a working mom or dad, you learn how to prioritise...

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