I recently came across an article in Marie Claire magazine dated June 2018 with the headline, “How to Choose a Partner” by Pamela Druckerman. Below the head was an intriguing subhead: “In this exclusive exerpt from her new book, There Are No Grown-Ups, the author reflects on how she ditched boys and found a man.”
Since everyone in New York talks and writes about this subject fairly often, I thought I’d give it a fast once-over because it was probably everything I’d already heard. Then, I started reading and found it was very well written, insightful and deliciously funny. I checked Amazon and yes, one can purchase the book for: Kindle ($13.99), hardcover ($16.20) or paperback ($18.76).
For now, I’ll just stick with this article – however, Amazon does have an eye-catching paragraph about Pamela that says, “The best-selling author of BRINGING UP BÉBÉ investigates life in her forties, and wonders whether her mind will ever catch up with her face.”
Frcnch vs. Us – I saw this firsthand at the beach on the island of Guadeloupe where American mothers watched, scolded and hovered. The French barely remembered they had children -- both sides survived beautifully
IN MARIE CLAIRE: HER WACKY ROMANCES
Eating well in Russia – Photo courtesy of National Geographic Traveler, July 2018
A scene at the tip of Baja, Mexico where it’s too dangerous to swim in the ocean
IT WAS RARE TO GET ANY CONCRETE GUIDANCE
THEN A ROMANTIC MIRACLE HAPPENED
AMAZON WEIGHS IN WITH THESE THOUGHTS
Part frank memoir, part hilarious investigation of daily life, “There Are No Grown-Ups” looks at the in-between decade when…
This looks like a terrific plane/train book to me. What do you think?
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Off and on I read things that totally blow my mind – this is one of them. On July 19, 2018 in the New York Post I read an article penned by Jane Ridley and Suzy Weiss that totally amazed me. In fact, I read it three times just to make sure I was really “getting it.”
Ralph Lauren is in the midst of celebrating his 50th anniversary. With any career that longevity is to be applauded, and in the fashion industry that can be quite fickle, that is especially quite an accomplishment. Although he is most likely known for his apparel offerings, whether it's for his namesake label, his Lauren by Ralph Lauren label or his Polo Ralph Lauren label, it is still safe to say his reach goes beyond "just" apparel.
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