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How To Hire & Work With a Ghostwriter – Plus Tips on How to Become One

August 26th, 2010

The NABBW Announces THREE NEW August Teleseminars NABBW’s Third August Teleseminar How To Hire & Work With a Ghostwriter– Plus Tips on How to Become One Our Guest: Mary Anne Hahn Have you ever had an idea for a book but either had no time or interest in writing it yourself? If so, you probably wanted to hire a ghost writer. Alternately, have you ever wished you could learn how to make a living as a ghost writer? In either scenario, the person you need to talk to is Mary Anne Hahn… Here are just a few of the questions Mary Anne Hahn will answer on our upcoming 60-minute teleseminar:... Read More

How To Hire & Work With a Ghostwriter – Plus Tips on How to Become One

August 26th, 2010

The NABBW Announces THREE NEW August Teleseminars NABBW’s Third August Teleseminar How To Hire & Work With a Ghostwriter– Plus Tips on How to Become One Our Guest: Mary Anne Hahn / Register Now! Have you ever had an idea for a book but either had no time or interest in writing it yourself? If so, you probably wanted to hire a ghost writer. Alternately, have you ever wished you could learn how to make a living as a ghost writer? In either scenario, the person you need to talk to is Mary Anne Hahn… In 2008, Mary Anne realized that resources for both established and aspiring ghost... Read More

Seven Things Women Wish Men Knew About Sex

August 22nd, 2010

Chivalry is not dead. Despite being equals, women still appreciate men who hold the door, pull out the chair, and treat them with respect. Sex starts long before bed. A hug by the sink, a kiss on the neck on the way to work, holding hands at the movies, and other affectionate touching can get a woman more in the mood. Even helping around the house so she can have some downtime is foreplay for many! Make your woman feel desirable. You may have seen her naked a thousand times before, but each time is a privilege and an opportunity to show her that she still turns you on. A slow hand is a turn-on.... Read More

I Am Woman, Hear Me Freak Out

August 22nd, 2010

When it comes to stress, we women are funny. Studies have found that we DO indeed have more stress than men (we already knew that, thank you) and that we’re more aware of its effect on our lives. We’re also more likely than the guys to do something positive to get our stress under control. The funny part is that despite the fact that we’re not above admitting we’re stressed out and trying occasionally to meditate or de-clutter or eat enough chocolate to make us forget what it was that was causing us to freak out in the first place, we’re also just as likely to say... Read More

Three Tips to Keep you Motivated when your Job Search overwhelms you

August 22nd, 2010

Any woman engaged in a job search today knows that there are many things you cannot control. The key is toquit obsessing over the bad news. Yes, the economy is a mess, the job market has gone underground, and opportunities in your field are limited. These are things you cannot control: Now here are a few things you can. You can control your reactions…the job search has been described as a series of rejections followed by a Yes! Don’t give up before you reap the rewards. You can control the ROI on your investments of time and effort by crafting a personal brand and marketing campaign. You... Read More

Holding a Diva Garage Sale – Part II

August 22nd, 2010

How to Create a Hot Marketing Campaign One Week before the Sale I have run sales in many states, some personal and some for clients. Every locale has different requirements for holding sales and posting signs. The first course on the docket should be to check in with the local authorities. Determine whether there are any garage sale ordinances or sign restrictions. (Some cities require a permit and stickers on all yard sale signs.) S everal years ago, while holding a yard sale in Atlanta, I learned a hard lesson. As soon as the sale opened, people began arriving in droves. I was selling... Read More

How “Organic” Is Organic Dry Cleaning?

August 22nd, 2010

Are “organic” dry cleaners popping up in your neighborhood? Are they legit, or another greenwashing scam? Here\’s the low-down: What Makes A Dry Cleaner Green? It\’s not PERC. Just because a dry cleaner claims to be “organic” doesn\’t mean it\’s free of toxic chemicals. That\’s because, scientifically speaking, any chemical is considered to be organic if it contains carbon. So even cleaners that use a solvent like perchloroethylene (PERC), which has been classified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a probable human carcinogen,... Read More

Loved For Who You Really Are

August 22nd, 2010

The first blush of love is intoxicating. Every touch, every kiss, every thought of one another is enough to quicken your heart and thrill your spirit. You are perfect for one another. Or so it seems at the beginning. Then things change. Differences show up. Instead of two-who-have-become-as-one, you feel separate and you\’re not sure the other one is somebody you even like anymore. Your relationship has entered into the clash of differences. Why does that happen? Because love changes. It cannot stay static. The future of what you will have together will grow out of the deeper love that awaits... Read More

This year is the bicentennial celebration of Margaret Fuller

August 22nd, 2010

This year is the bicentennial celebration of Margaret Fuller’s birth, an extraordinary woman, (1810-1950) with a global vision of equality and human rights; a guiding light for a generation of women eager to make a difference and leave a legacy. Among her many accomplishments, she was the first woman journalist on Horace Greeley’s New York Daily Tribune and the first editor of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Transcendentalist journal, The Dial. In the side pocket of my purse I carry a rather tattered slip of paper on which several years ago, I wrote one of her sayings, “The especial... Read More

Boomer Women – Fit it in, no matter what

August 22nd, 2010

Boomer Women – Fit it in, no matter what With regards to your health and physical well being, how do you envision yourself, say, through the next 30 years? Looking towards that future, what matters to you now with respect to your physical well being and movement? Last year, I asked those 2 questions in the form of a survey to the Boomer women that come to my movement studio. I wasn’t just polling a bucket of Boomer women with a mean age of 57; these were the women that taught me how to teach them 10 years ago when I opened the doors. Yes, they were still with me, a lot of them. I want... Read More