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4 Ways to Intentional Sleep-Storming and Why It Works

Sleep-storming is a form of brainstorming that puts productive use to your down time. The act of coming up with great ideas while sleeping is scientifically coined “structured unconscious generative ideation”– but it sure is easier to say sleep-storming. Sleep vs. Work Terminology aside, the intentional act of solving problems while snoozing is something that more […]

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5 Reasons Rachel Zoe and Hillary Kerr Are Badass Entrepreneurs: SXSW 2018

Rachel Zoe, 46, and Hillary Kerr, 37, lead the way in early adoption and innovation in the fashion industry.  So, it’s no surprise that South by Southwest asked them to speak on the topic “Adaptability in Fashion’s Changing Landscape” in Austin, Texas for the 2018 conference. Coincidentally, Austin is where Rachel Zoe got her first big break […]

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10 Signs You’re A Middle-Aged Woman Living in a Frat House

I woke up after 12 years of marriage and realized I’m a middle-aged woman living in a fraternity house, or at least the equivalent of one. You see, my step daughter left for college a couple of years ago (Go Blue!), and I’ve been surrounded by testosterone ever since.  My husband, son, and canine are the BEST (50, […]

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10 Romantic Comedies for Women Over 40

Classic and some unexpected romantic comedies for women over 40. Not all romantic comedies are created equal. We over-40 women have been around the block, so we tend to look for underlying themes that strike a chord. That’s why SheSpark put together a list of Rom Coms that go great with popcorn, wine, and your […]

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Web-Wide Headlines: Style, Beauty & Wellness (January 4, 2018) | SheSpark

So many style, beauty and wellness articles. So little time.  “Web-Wide Headlines” is SheSpark’s pilot project of gathering headlines from other web sites that we think SheSpark readers may have missed but would love to read. Almost like a newsfeed, but in one post that makes it easy to click from article to article, web site to web […]

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Seasonal Dating Disorder or Human Nature? Facts To Consider

When the folks at dating app WooPlus sent an email with “Seasonal Dating Disorder” in the title, I raised an eyebrow. We have eating disorders, exercise disorders, bipolar disorders, sleep disorders, personality disorders, body dysmorphia disorder, and now a dating disorder. I’m married but couldn’t help but wonder what this is all about… WooPlus (a […]

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5 Good Books for Women to Read During Winter Break 2017

These five good books for women are recommended by Rutger’s University-Newark instructor and author Chris Kapp. Some of the best books from my reading list this year, heartily recommended for the reader on your holiday list (or yourself): The Sixth Extinction, Elizabeth Kolbert (Picador) Amazon.com Rating: 4.7 stars  Buy It Now New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert’s examination […]

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Designer Spotlight: Lisa Kay Created Sole Bliss Shoes for Bunions

Sole Bliss– A Blessing for Over-40 Feet and Bunions, by Thea Wood Remember 15 years ago when a 4-inch pump was your “all day” shoe?  Me neither. And forget about it if you have a bunion or two.  It seems with the prevalence of towering heights and narrow toe boxes, women feel they have to live […]

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3 Smart Ways To Avoid the Company Holiday Party

And Why It’s Ok to Say “No” to Your Company Holiday Party By Holly Caplan We all know that the awareness of sexual harassment and gender bias in the work place is at an all time high. The stories just keep on coming.  They do not stop. Every day a new woman comes forward and everyday […]

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