Personal Relationships

Friends and Money

Teen Vogue recently tackled the subject of ” Friends And Money: Does Class Affect Who You Hang Out With?” for girls ages 16-21. They talked to girls who strive daily to keep up with their “richer” friend...

Ban Political Talk on Dates

If you’re single and currently in the dating scene and even relatively involved in what’s going on in the world, chances are you’re encountering some uncomfortable political questions in your dating schedule t...

5 Signs You Shouldn’t Get Married

We talked last week about whether or not marriage can hurt your career in “I Do or Not to I Do – Is That the Question for Your Career?” And interestingly enough, shortly after publishing that article, The Huff...


Using the 5 Love Languages in Your Life

We’ve talked about the importance of increasing your positive interactions within your relationship  so I bet you’d like to know some ways to do that.  One of the ways I like to do this with couples is to help them gain a...

The Busy Girl’s Guide to Having Houseguests

Last week, I had lunch with a friend who was dealing with house guests and admitted to me that she was definitely ready for them to go home. We’ve all been there – you spend months getting excited for a friend or fa...

“I Do” or Not to “I Do” – Is That the Question for your Career?

Forbes contributor Selena Rezvani recently asked the question “Marriage: Hazardous to Your Career?” And among her questions and thoughts about marriage as it relates to a woman’s career comes an interesting th...


Rebuilding Self Trust

The topic of body image resonates with many people.  Our conversation last week sparked a further and more in depth chat with friends and clients about why we’re so psychotically mean to ourselves and our bodies. It occurred...

Complimenting Others Will Boost Your Confidence

Confidence. It’s a word that carries a lot of weight. Being confident in yourself, and having others describe you as confident means you are self-assured, likely outgoing, easy to talk to, and respected. It’s a word...

Disappointed? Try Again.

Let’s take a stroll down memory lane together. You’re about 16, you have a curfew and you’re late. Your mom or dad is waiting up for you and when you walk in the door, they start the “you missed your curfew” lecture. ...


4 Ways to Make (and Keep) Friends After College

If you haven’t seen it yet, you will. It’s the New York Times article that has been floating around in all circles nearing or over 30, specifically on Facebook. The article is “Friends of a Certain Age: Why Is...