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Don't know what to get your mom for Mother's Day? Don't sweat it. We've got the best gifts ideas that are sure to make her forget the time your borrowed (and ruined) her cashmere sweater without asking
So how can you look sexy and fit this summer without going on a hunger strike? Try the following three rules, and I promise, you will look fabulous in your bikini in a few short weeks
All the help you ever needed is just a few taps away. Here's the best iPhone apps for moms
Making time for your medical needs may be the last thing on your to-do list. But it's essential when you're a mom
Want to instantly amp up your happiness factor? Try these small things that will light up your life
You can read all the books you want, but only experience can teach you what being a mom is all about. Here are some things only a mother will tell you
Do sad movies always make you cry? That's great. Get ready to feel good afterward
Herewith, the ultimate gift guide for sons looking to get disowned. If you'd rather stay on mom's good side, use this list as a guide for what not to buy
At least 33,000 American troops are scheduled to leave Afghanistan this year. And talk is rife about accelerating the withdrawal. That leaves Afghan women scared to death
In a clip I keep replaying, a young Iranian woman dressed in black runs towards a wall, skips a good few paces up it and flips full circle through the air, landing back on her feet
Sodium (including salt) is an important flavor-enhancer, but its use should be limited in your kitchen. Here are some of my favorite tips for creating a tasty meal -- without going overboard on sodium
Comfort food doesn't have to mean meatloaf and mashed potatoes. In fact, research reveals that there are healthier staples that can soothe your soul and get you grinning. Incorporate these eight expert picks into your daily diet and you'll score more energy, less stress and even a brighter smile. Consider these your new happy meals
An estimated five million women across the country have hired themselves as head honchos and launched their own home-based business. With many working moms out of a job and at-home moms eager to bring in extra income, the idea of being your own boss is becoming more attractive than ever. Here's how you can get started on a business and make it blossom
Some people find it virtually impossible to be on time. No matter how important the event, they're always in a mad dash and get there late -- or just under the wire. Sound familiar? Maybe you need to reset your internal clock and stop being late before chronic tardiness costs you a friendship, a promotion or a reputation
My wife and I have a solid marriage, but like everyone, we've struggled with the changes that aging brings -- including those that affect our love life. The good news: With simple adjustments, sex after 40, 50, 60 and beyond can be as satisfying as ever, strengthening your relationship rather than becoming a source of conflict and stress
Becoming a stay-at-home mom doesn't necessarily mean bringing your career to a screeching halt. The possibility looms, however, if you don't maintain your network and keep current with your industry. Stay-at-home moms are advised to keep their career in motion, even if at a slower speed, by devising a short-term career strategy
Healthy hair starts with a well-balanced diet. Specific nutrients play key roles in hair growth and maintenance, and if any are missing from your diet, your strands could suffer. Check out this guide to foods that encourage healthy hair, and start feeding your follicles at breakfast, lunch and dinner
Sure, we're worried about the economy, but just how much of an impact is it having on women's health? Actually, quite a lot
Take a look through the Labor Department's data on wages and you'll see an astonishing pattern. Nevermind modernity and women's liberation, men still make more than women in nearly all occupations. If a woman must work but she cannot provide the necessary level of income, her entire household suffers the cost.
The media is aflutter about a new study showing a growing number of women out-earning their husbands, a situation that has become more common in a recession in which men are losing jobs at a faster clip. There's even a catchy label to accompany the movement: alpha wives. To which I say: Oh, boy, here we go again.
Ladies, you seem to be focusing on matrimony as the answer to your worries -- and overlooking a key truth about marriage today: that tying the knot is becoming more of a boon for men than it is for women. A recent Pew Research Center report confirms what the current recession is bringing home all too clearly, with more men being laid off than women
I'm a fan of sensible shoes -- the low-heeled, wide-toed variety that allows me to walk without limping or tripping. I save those shin-torturing, bunion-producing pumps for special occasions. So I don't understand the latest trend in little-girl fashion: kindergartners in high heels.
I've often joked that children are the most stressful factor in a marriage, especially for those of us who juggle work and family. Rushed, conflicted and usually overwhelmed, mothers who toil outside the home feel there aren't enough hours in the day to keep up with parenting obligations, job duties and household chores. Life turns into a never-ending to-do list, a blaring alarm that's can't be quieted
After a few months' hiatus, I spoke to my best friend from childhood. Though we live hundreds of miles apart, we can tell each other anything, picking up the strands of various subplots -- children, siblings, work, health -- right where we left off. We vent, we rage, we analyze, we pick apart. We laugh. A lot. Mostly, though, we just let it all hang out. And my, my, my, that feels so dang good.
Can you both tend the home fires and stoke a high-powered career? Is it possible to juggle the third-grade play with the 11th-hour executive-board meeting? If you take a few years off to raise Suzy and Jose, can you still reach the office mountaintop? These are questions that have been on women's minds for decades, but over the years the so-called work-life balance has become the accepted formula for women who want to 'have it all.' Now comments by former General Electric CEO Jack Welch have reignited the old debate ...
Confusing times call for simple pleasures. It's the safest way to indulge with minimal payout. So now friends share frugal tips over store-brand coffee. Staycations have replaced the Riviera. A few have abandoned cars and opted for public transit. It's all about doing more with less, about being happy with enough.
Naturally, nothing matches a new mom's love for her baby. But when you've totally given up on romance, work is a nightmare, and your personal interests seem like distant memories, it's time for a balance check
There's no way to know what sleep deprivation truly feels like until you have your newborn at home. It's true: The first six weeks are brutal. But, there are strategies that can help. Here are five of the most surprising sleep tactics to help you reclaim your rest
It should shock no one. Sexism has long been a powerful campaign tactic. It's a maliciously effective tool in undermining a female candidate's chances of winning
Our experts evaluate five famous faces and the secrets of success they applied to achieve their goals
These six strategies can help women fight the odds of facing financial trouble in retirement
For twenty- and thirty-somethings, the constant search for the perfect career can be both a blessing and a curse. The grass-is-always-greener mentality can serve as motivation, but it also has a tendency to become a trap, causing us to live in the future rather than enjoying the present
One strand became two, then three, then 219. At my mother's suggestion, I colored my tresses, and before long I found myself enslaved to a monthly ritual that unites women of every race and creed the world around. And once you begin, honey, there's no going back. Or is there? Lately I've been toying with a subversive idea: Going gray
With the help of school programs across the country, from residential support systems to campus lactation rooms, there are options available to women and their children. Here are some of the ways child-friendly college and university programs are helping mothers earn bachelor's degrees
This year's International Women's Day celebration was focused on work -- and making sure women across the world have access to the training and technology necessary to be a part of the global economy. For most of us, work is a fundamental part of how we make a living and express ourselves in the world. It provides a livelihood, identity, and purpose
In their book, 'Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements,' co-authors Tom Rath and Jim Harter examined the qualities and habits that contribute to high levels of wellbeing in the social, career, financial, physical, and community elements of life. When it comes to daily habits for physical wellbeing, morning exercise is hard to beat
Here's two natural herbs and five simple lifestyle habits for youthful legs -- no matter your age
Research shows that yoga helps ease stress and may even fend off sniffles. Here, a 15-minute daily routine that will get results
It isn't too late to get your yearly tune-up in gear. Top life coaches and some real women share their infallible stick-with-it tips
Social connections not only give us pleasure, but they also influence our long-term health in ways every bit as powerful as adequate sleep, a good diet, and not smoking. Dozens of studies have shown that people who have satisfying relationships with family, friends, and their community are happier, have fewer health problems, and live longer
It turns out that resilience -- the ability to deal with and adapt to stressful or traumatic events -- is a combination of attitudes and behaviors that help people overcome adversity. Even if your life is going smoothly now, remember these four important ways to build resilience, and you'll be able to clobber any curveball life throws your way
If you're like most women, you think of pumpkin just twice a year: once as a glorified candleholder come Halloween and then again as the indulgent finishing touch to your Thanksgiving dinner feast. But this big orange orb is actually one of nature's nutritional powerhouses. Here are the top reasons this gourd's goodness is a treat you should indulge in all year
Megan Fox would seem to have it all. But in a recent interview, she confessed: 'I have no confidence, and because of that I'm always second-guessing myself.' You'd never guess it from her self-assurance in movies, on the red carpet and at photo shoots. Anyone can project A-list confidence, however, by following that old Hollywood mantra -- fake it till you make it. Here's how
One hour into my new job on 'Desperate Housewives,' Felicity Huffman asks me, 'You have three kids under three years old? How are you managing it all with work?' I can't even meet her eye as I shamefully reply, 'Work is the best part of my day.'
It was April 15. I went and mailed my taxes. It felt surreal, doing this mundane civic chore on the day breast cancer took my mother. I remember being vaguely surprised that taxes were still due, that the world had not stopped, that here was life, going on regardless. Now here we are, 22 years later and I just signed up to walk 60 miles as part of the Susan G. Komen 3-Day For The Cure.
Leaving the workforce to be a stay-at-home mom might seem risky these days. But it can be a good decision, particularly if your spouse has a secure job. If you're deciding whether you can afford to be a stay-at-home mom, consider these factors: finances, your partner's support and your own emotional well-being. Here's how to weigh the risks and rewards
When it comes to getting a bra, it's so important to have the perfect fit. We want to keep you, er, abreast of what to look for when bra buying.
Happiness, researchers say, has a U-shaped relationship with age. People are relatively happy until they're 18 -- then life happens. Mortgages, jobs, children, relationships, disappointments with a capital D. So that youthful feel-good quality heads south until one hits 50. After bottoming out in the early 50s, however, people grow steadily happier
I doubt today's working world is what the suffragettes were thinking of 100 years ago when they marched for a woman's right to vote and a few other crumbs of equality. I doubt, too, this is what mid-century feminists expected when they knocked on boardroom doors and corporate glass ceilings.
Women are different, at least in some ways, when it comes to money. For starters, they live longer than men, which means they'll likely outlive their spouse and manage their money on their own one day. They also tend to earn less, partly because they are often the primary caregivers for children as well as their own parents. Here's nine tips from authors of financial books for women