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May16

What Makes a Family?

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This week’s column comes courtesy of Liz Gumbinner, author of Mom-101. This past Sunday, if you had nothing better to do like say alphabetize your underwear by color or roll around in the rose petals strewn about your bed for Mother’s Day, you might have tuned into a show on NBC called America’s Top Mom. […]

Apr24
Smackdown Gift Guide: What to Send a Friend in the Mental Hospital

Smackdown Gift Guide: What to Send a Friend in the Mental Hospital

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Hi Amy, You’re awesome. Your readers are awesome. Google has failed me. Or maybe I’m not qualified to use Google. So I’m turning to you and your brilliant readers. I have a friend who checked into a mental health facility over the weekend. I want to send her a care package, yet I’m completely at […]

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 […]

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