We’re going to step back in time today and take a look at the Roaring Twenties when life in America exploded into an era of females kicking up their heels and having fun.

1920’s flapper in rolled stockings with garters

 

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A recent study found that a third
of the people on dating apps
never meet anyone in person
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Spring Has Sprung

April 17, 2017

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Here in New York City, it seems that spring is finally here. A few weeks back, we had a couple teaser days, only for the chill to roll back in. But this week, it seems we are finally feeling the warmth.

 

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Social media has definitely changed how we interact with each other on a daily basis. Our world is now operating much faster so it’s easy to forget that there are still basic rules of conduct that should be observed.

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From the runways to the stores, denim is all around, and for this season, it's not just for jeans. The denim on denim trend has always been around in one form or another, as it's a trend that seems to be done by some brand in some way each season. Yet, it is not always as evident as it is now, since this season it is spread across various brands and retailers.

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For years, I had been hearing about the Burning Man Festival that’s held annually in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, but I had never talked to anyone who had actually been there. My overall impression was that this was an event attended by 5,000 hippies wearing leather Birkenstock sandals while eating kale adorned with alfalfa sprouts and sprinkled with wheat germ.

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The thought of having plastic surgery sends chills down my spine. But, for some, it seems to be a professional necessity – look as young as possible or risk the loss of your career and the ability to earn a living. In the February 2017 issue of Allure magazine there’s an article titled Secrets of Celebrity Plastic Surgeons by Kristin Perrotta who gives both a humorous and realistic account of what really goes on in this world. Here are brief excerpts:

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At every turn, it seems any brand that was solely brick-and-mortar is looking to find a way to be online. And, in order to increase profits, there comes a point where they look to cut out the middleman and build up their own online presence.

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I’m sure everyone has memories of music, art, movies and books that made an indelible impression. To be more specific: music and art can hit one very fast while movies and books may take a little longer. But usually, once the initial reaction happens, you remember when and where you were for years afterwards. Let’s explore:

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Magazines are currently going through a rough patch because the digital era is taking over the world. That’s why I found it so reassuring when I came across an article titled 150 Years of Harper’s Bazaar by writer Stephen Mooallem who has done a superb job of researching and reporting on this exciting anniversary.

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