My grandmother is an enigma to me. Unfortunately, I did not have the opportunity to meet her. I have a photograph of her that I keep in a book on my coffee table and flip through it on occasion just to look at her. Her sister Rose, my great aunt, is the only one who… Continue reading Letters from Aunt Roe: #1
Two Fab Femmes at it again... Listen in as we chew the fat with politician Nathan Fletcher. We’re discussing the good, the bad and the ugly of politics. Catch a new 2FF episode each Friday.
I was sitting in a nail salon when the news broke of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. It made me angry. All the women in the salon were angry. When are we going to wake up and do something to make this STOP! I have a friend who works… Continue reading When Will It Stop?
Hi all. Have you subscribed to the Two Fab Femmes Podcast yet? Each and every Wednesday, we bring you new topics, opinions and laughter. From fashion to politics, and everything in between, underneath, above, inside and outside. Consider us your security blanket covering every relatable topic we women go through. Click here to listen! We… Continue reading Two Fab Femmes – Coming at Ya!
It’s the holidays again. Joy to the world. Too much? I love the holiday season. But this year, in particular, it feels different. It’s hard to put into words, but I’ll share some insights and also because, well, this is a blog post and words are kind of important. As a child, this time of… Continue reading Reasons to be Grateful this Holiday Seasonal
I have garnered a lot of advice from friends over the years on dating. I’ve absorbed it, dissected it, analyzed it, shared a lot of it with all of you, and incorporated some of it into my life. I can give good advice to others but when it comes to myself, I’m just as lost… Continue reading 5 Tips to Survive the Rough Waters of Dating
By: Alicia Cashman Driving into DC, the night before the inauguration, was a breeze. There were no road closures on the way to the city, making it easy to see the capital from a distance. Once we arrived at our friend’s apartment, we discussed generalities of life and as WestWorld played on TV in the… Continue reading Experiencing Diversity in D.C.
Does your mood affect who and what you attract? Do your feelings at a particular time impact your decisions? You may not be into the whole, “what you put out there” scenario but you may want to reconsider that. When I fault myself or think for a moment that I am not good enough, BAM!… Continue reading Life’s Many Auditions
After this current presidential election, I spoke to some women and read a few posts and articles about their concerns for their futures and the futures of their daughters. I'm not sure what changes lie ahead for us. None of us know. I'm not sure if this will be a setback for women or if… Continue reading To see and be me
A few posts back I wrote a piece on positive psychology. I also have been thinking about the word resiliency. Is it an adaptive trait, virtue, or both? I uncovered that it's considered a virtue and a core concept of positive psychology. Why am I not surprised? I do find it interesting that this subject… Continue reading Resiliencey as a Virtue