Don't let New Year's resolutions overwhelm you; it's OK to have a lofty goal if you have a little bit of organization surrounding it. Just saying you're going to eat better will result in a plate of French fries for lunch on Jan. 2. Instead, make a plan and break down your resolutions so that you set yourself up for success.Continue Reading
Just because you can't afford to feed your guests sushi or Kobe beef doesn't mean you can't throw a great party with memorable food. In Skinnygirl Solutions, I show you what to serve, and how to serve it. Just as important: learn what not to serve.Continue Reading
Traditionally, each New Year we reflect on where we are and where we'd like to be. This year, it may be useful to contemplate the words of the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu: "He who knows others is learned; He who knows himself is wise." Do you really know yourself? Are you open to a new way of understanding why youand the people around youthink and behave as you do? Do you hope to succeed at work, start a new relationship or improve an existing one, or get in better overall shape?Continue Reading
Let's face it, our lives are run by our cell phones. From checking email to taking pictures to making calls we are all connected at all times. Despite this abundant functionality, sometimes, especially when you're trying to enjoy time with friends and family, technology can be annoying.Continue Reading
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