Do you want to be healthier, but don’t have the resources to reach your goal?
For the second year in a row, All About Women is launching the Inspiring Women Scholarship! Last year the scholarship went to the Tied Together Smoking Cessation Program, and empowered a group of women to fight against their tobacco addictions. AAW is proud to announce that [...] [read more...]
by Tash Weddle
The New Year is upon us and if you’re like most people, you’ve probably set some kind of resolution to get healthier, decrease body fat, or just feel better physically. I commend you on your desire for healthy change. Unfortunately, if you’re like most people you won’t be sticking to your new found behaviors even into February.
Why is [...] [read more...]
by Pam Coyle
Inability to get into your skinny jeans after too many slices of pie is one thing. But think of the post-holiday financial hangover as a wake-up call for financial fitness.
Take a hard look at your discretionary spending.
Discretionary income is considered what is left for spending, investing or saving after taking care of personal necessities (food, utilities, rent or [...] [read more...]
By Ellen Margulies
I made the decision a long time ago that couches with unclawed arms and rugs that had never been barfed on were for suckers.
I don’t know what else you’d call someone who would pass up a chance at a lifetime of unconditional love with a being who is literally always happy to see you, doesn’t care [...] [read more...]
By Ellen Margulies
This is what the first line of this blog post might look like if you couldn’t read:
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Pretty confusing. Pretty unimaginable for anyone actually reading these words. Yet the statistics about literacy in one of the world’s wealthiest and [...] [read more...]