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Tennis Life Lessons

By Cindy Bishop on 06/28/2013

I’m a bit of a tennis fanatic (isn’t that like being a little bit pregnant?). Not a surprising declaration for those who know me. I started watching tennis, quite by accident, when I was around 12 years old. On a lazy Sunday afternoon (in lieu of watching “The Big Valley,” or “Love, American Style”), I happened to catch Rod Laver […] Read more »

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Sign Our Declaration of Independence to Stop Dieting

By Marsha Hudnall on 06/26/2013

To call dieting a plague might seem overly dramatic.  But not to anyone who is recovering from dieting or sees the ill effects of the practice continue to be inflicted millions of times over, year after year, on people of all ages. Indeed, they might say drama is what’s needed to call out this quality-of-life damaging practice that consumes our […] Read more »

Fretting about Weddings: Stop Comparing, Start Celebrating

By Darla Breckenridge on 06/17/2013

At a wedding this weekend I spoke with three single women of varying ages. There was a great deal of fretting displayed by these women as they worked to negotiate the dance floor, the bouquet toss, and shapes and sizes of the other women. But we don’t think you need to be single (or the bride) to experience wedding stress, […] Read more »

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Our Turn to B**ch about Abercrombie & Fitch

By Lisa Christie on 05/10/2013

Okay, so it’s not likely that many of us are shopping at Abercrombie & Fitch to start with (I think the pulsing music and disco lights may be a deterrent to the 20+ crowd), but this week it was confirmed that the CEO doesn’t want the majority of us there anyway. According to an article in Business Insider magazine: “Retailer Abercrombie […] Read more »

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