SPF and You: A Guide to the Summer Perfect Skin

A few weeks ago I took a mini-vacation to the mountains, I told everyone I was visiting a friend, but was called out upon my return for visiting a nudist colony (I've never been good at keeping secrets). As you scour my social media for photographic evidence, of which you will find none (maybe), you … Continue reading SPF and You: A Guide to the Summer Perfect Skin

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Preventative Medicine: A Guide to Non-traditional Birth Contol

I went to Target for dog food on Sunday (and left with everything but dog food, but that's par for the course) and in every aisle a different pregnant lady in a different striped t-shirt aimlessly adding to the piles of nonsense in her cart.  Every aisle, a new lady heavy with child wearing a … Continue reading Preventative Medicine: A Guide to Non-traditional Birth Contol

It’s Not That Cold in Here and Other Fun Things to Say to Women of a Certain Age 

The population of the United States is aging and women typically outlast men. Especially, with all these old dudes thinking they're Lance Armstrong and spend 14 hours a day riding on their bikes doing nerve damage to their already fickle junk; non-functioning business will not kill you, but an unsatisfied lady-friend might. I digress. Speaking … Continue reading It’s Not That Cold in Here and Other Fun Things to Say to Women of a Certain Age 

A Visiting the Doctor: A Guide to Healthy Junk

This post is dedicated to Jay, who absolutely loves when I write about things he cannot relate to or doesn't understand. This year, the year I turn 30 and become a grown up for good, I got real life health insurance and decided to take the reigns on my physical wellness. This has somehow turned … Continue reading A Visiting the Doctor: A Guide to Healthy Junk

On the Look Out: Dealing with Professionals in your Neighborhood

I used to care for a retired social worker, she often laughed about the little town she get up in, and I related, because I grew up in a similar town. One of my favorite characters from her stories, and the existence of this person has been confirmed by other old folks from her tiny … Continue reading On the Look Out: Dealing with Professionals in your Neighborhood

Clawing Your Way to the Top: An Oberservational Guide to Making it to the C Suite

I spend about 50 hours a week with my face is mashed against a glass ceiling, it's frustrating because glass is fairly flexible so it feels like I'm getting somewhere sometimes.  Don't be like me. You need to put yourself on a path to success, get yourself a title that is an abbreviation because you're … Continue reading Clawing Your Way to the Top: An Oberservational Guide to Making it to the C Suite

Size Matters: Negotiating a Bigger Package

There may come a time when you arrive at the office and there is a big fat "For Lease" sign on the front door, if you're lucky this is just the beginning of the end and you'll have some time to figure out what comes next for you.  Chances are, if you've been blindsided by … Continue reading Size Matters: Negotiating a Bigger Package