This season, the hippest handbag shape is square. Labels such as Proenza Schouler, Lanvin and Valentino all sent this more serious, uptown style down the runways. For spring, I recommend taking a break from your slouchy hobo in order to trade up to a structured, ladylike tote like the ones shown below. Valentino black briefcase bag, $1995 Proenza Schouler medium leather … [Read more...] about Fashion Friday: A Structured Bag for Every Budget
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The following is a guest post by Brant Secunda and Mark Allen Does obesity run in the family? According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, if one parent is overweight, there is a 50 percent chance that their children will also be overweight. But when exercise becomes a family affair, everyone wins! There are several tips to keep in mind when it … [Read more...] about 10 Ways to Turn Fitness into a Family Affair
We’re one month into autumn. School and work and life schedules have reverted to some sort of “normal” structure. Sweaters and suits have come out of closets to replace bikinis and sunglasses. Leaves are changing from green to red, gold, and brown, or, depending on where you are, have already begun to fall. There’s a heavy note of regularity in the air, a feeling of going back … [Read more...] about Fall is the New Spring
Listed below are tips to easily encourage your little one to talk. Read on to learn how to help them expand their vocabulary and use language variety consistently. STOP talking I know this is probably the most difficult thing to do—but, you will be surprised once you stop talking how much more your toddler will talk. As a speech-language pathologist, I have to continuously … [Read more...] about 10 Easy Tips to Encourage your Toddler’s Language Growth
From the first time we dropped him off at nursery school, our son has always enjoyed going to school. Admittedly, in the earliest days, my husband and I employed a bit of “drop and run” strategy - we didn’t want to linger at the door and make it harder for him to detach. That was probably more for my sake than his, but it worked for us. While other parents struggled with … [Read more...] about Our First Three Weeks of Virtual Kindergarten = Success!