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Mar21
Trunk Shows, Giant Bugs, and When to Complain

Trunk Shows, Giant Bugs, and When to Complain

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Dearest Amy, You need all the rest you can get – so perhaps you would enjoy an easy question? I spent more than I probably should have on a pair of Betsey Johnson prescription glasses. (But it was a good deal considering I got them at a trunk show and… I don’t know, they said […]

Mar05
Bachelorette Parties: Optional or Obligation?

Bachelorette Parties: Optional or Obligation?

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Oh, Amalah! I feel terrible. You see, I’m a bridesmaid in a wedding this summer (thanks very much for the dyeable shoe advice for the navy dress, by the way…yuck, dyeables, I know! BUT! I found a great bargain on Zappos and they won’t be as hideous as previously imagined.). Going along with the stress […]

Dec14

Finally, a study that doesn’t indict working mothers

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Are you a full-time working mom? If so, good news: you are not filled with regret. Congratulations! As reported in this BBC article, “Mothers ‘are happier’ having job”, a UK research group studied almost 4,000 couples over the course of seven years. The survey yielded some interesting findings, the headline-making one being that working mothers […]

Oct19

“Damaging” Hair to Make it Better?

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I have fine hair, shoulder-length, with layers. It is pretty hard to style, and I am allergic to a lot of products, including the ones that say hypoallergenic, etc. My stylist suggested that I get it colored, even though I am fine with my current color (light-brown with blond highlights). He said that it would […]

Oct08

That’s Mrs. Advice Smackdown to You, Bud

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Dear Amy, My question is non-beauty related, but I think you’re completely qualified to answer it. I follow all of your blogs (yes, even ClubMom, and I’m not a Mom, but am completely smitten by Noah). As my friends are getting married, and “the one” has most certainly entered my life, I have begun to […]

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