by Judsen Culbreth
Maybe you've heard wonderful success stories about online dating but are a little intimidated to try it. Or perhaps you think there are no terrific men your age. That's how journalist Judsen Culbreth felt until she gave online dating a try.
A practical guide to reshaping your attitudes and reigniting your passions, The MomsTown Guide to Getting It All will help you create your most fulfilling life as both a woman and a mom.
In a stunning rebuttal to the reductionist claim that Augusta National is just about golf or "private association," Burk unveils, for the first time, the extraordinary web of business, government, and philanthropic affiliations of Augusta National members.
In this book of women's wisdom, Charlene M. Proctor, Ph.D., teaches you how to replace old, negative thought patterns with powerful ideas. Through seven lessons, you'll manifest more success while deepening your relationship with spirit.
Searching for a life blessed with peace and happiness? Longing to move past old expectations and learn to live in the moment? Life Lessons for My Sisters offers warm encouragement and refreshingly straightforward guidance for women who want to live a more meaningful life.
When Sue Shellenbarger wrote about her midlife crisis in her award-winning Wall Street Journal "Work & Family" column, the volume and emotional intensity of the responses from readers was stunning. As she heard story after store of middle-aged women radically changing course in search of greater fulfillment, a trend began to emerge.
The Unstoppable Women 30-Day Challenge is a revolutionary plan that's changed the lives of thousands of women. Instead of feeling overwhelmed, you'll complete simple, daily actions that will build momentum and keep you on target for success.
When you think "mother of the bride," maybe you picture a proud, serene woman, pulling a neatly folded hanky out of her purse to discreetly blot proud tears from her welling eyes. Well, perhaps this is what you see at the final stages of Operation Wedding, but...