Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2010«

On Aging Gracefully

July 15, 2010


“Happy women flow gracefully into the next decade and the next because they find things to love about themselves throughout their life cycles.” -From What Happy Women Know Every decade of life comes with its own lessons and its own triumphs. Our society, however, seems to have forgotten this and instead, spends its time, energy […]

Why Being a Perfectionist is a Mistake

July 14, 2010


I just finished an insightful book called What Happy Women Know by Cathy Greenberg and Dan Baker. Over the next few weeks, I’ll take the scientifically proven data from this book and tell you what happy women know about relationships. Happy women know that they don’t have to be perfect to be in a great […]

weekly chocolate-reading people

July 9, 2010


If you enjoyed the posts this week on signs and red flags and you’re interested in learning more about understanding people and predicting their behavior, I’d like to recommend a great book to you. It’s called Reading People and the authors are Jo-Ellan Dimitrius and Mark Mazzarella. The book provides a clear and thorough look […]

7 Big Red Flags You Can Spot Immediately

July 7, 2010


In my last post, I discussed the difference between signs and red flags. Signs are invitations for intelligent women to gather more information whereas red flags are warnings to not get involved.Here are seven, big red flags you’ll want to watch out for when you’re talking with a potential partner. If any of these flags appear, […]

Red Flags and Signs

July 5, 2010


I used to be a big “sign” person. Whenever I’d face an important decision, I would ask for “a sign.” Do I take job x or job y? Do I go on another date with this guy or not? Should I stay in this relationship or let it go? Such big decisions. I didn’t trust […]

weekly chocolate-Celebrating YOUR Independence

July 2, 2010


It’s Fourth of July weekend. And you know what that means, don’t you? It means that it’s time for some fireworks. It’s time for some independence. It’s time to celebrate. Find something you’re passionate about, that is bright and loud and colorful and fully participate in it. Free yourself from whatever you feel is holding […]