I recently received an emailed report from someone reporting about fashion trends. According to this report from boohoo.com the most popular fashion decades and trends searched today online are the 1980s followed by the 1990s. The 1970s and 1960s are the least popular according to the powers that ... [ Read More ]
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Alison Blackman, Editor in Chief, Publisher, and Beauty & Fashion Director is a real person. She is not an avatar or a ghostwriter for a corporation. She has been providing high-quality original content online since 1997. She will never lower her standards, especially when it pertains to human respect. She protects your privacy as she hopes others will protect hers.
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Passover is one of the most important holidays celebrated by Jews throughout the world. If you've been invited to a Passover Seder but you've never been to one, traditions vary from household to household. Learn the basics of Passover and the Passover Seder in just a few minutes. I publish ... [ Read More ]
Things to Be Happy About #21: Groundhog Day! If you read my stories, you know that I always post something for Groundhog Day. This year is no different, although I am adding it to my "Things to be Happy About" stories. Groundhog Day 2023 is the 21st story in the series. Groundhog Day is ... [ Read More ]
Things to be Happy About about #20 It's still the beginning of the year, and nothing is going perfectly smoothly. I was looking at my emails and having a particularly not great, in other words, a fairly bad day. Then a book offer caught my eye. It was about Charla Nash the woman ... [ Read More ]
As the days wind down each year, I think about what I did and what goals I finally accomplished. But I also tend to feel guilty about what I didn't accomplish. New Years' resolutions are great if you follow through. But goals can be overwhelming to accomplish in one big chunk. The first month of ... [ Read More ]
Do the holidays make you miserable? The Grinch is universal. You're not alone. If the first strains of Christmas music and previews of holiday movies make you cringe, you're in good company. This story validates all the reasons why the holidays are not always what they ... [ Read More ]