Catch up on the latest episodes of Two Fab Femmes here! Two Fab Femmes are putting on a contest! Tune into to our interview with photographer, Laura Bravo Mertz to learn more about the contest, her process, and everything about the boudoir! Ou la la… And oh, it is on! Enter our contest giveaway to win! Here… Continue reading More Two Fab Femmes and a contest!
Listen up readers! My friend Maggie and I joined forces and started a Podcast - Two Fab Femmes! A podcast by women for women. It's raw, a little rude at times... and always real! Now you can put a voice to my scrawl. Just like my blog, we will tackle topics for women living in this great,… Continue reading Drum Roll… Introducing: Two Fab Femmes Podcast!
I read a post recently that got under my skin a little. Okay, a little more than a little. If you read my blog, you know I am a huge proponent of women being their best selves and attracting the right circumstances and people into their lives. This post, in particular, directed at women and… Continue reading Cha-Cha-Changing
Love is a powerful word, emotion, need, desire and want. It's everywhere. No matter if you embrace it or you don't. You may feel it most with your family, children, spouse/partner/lover (whatever label you use), and close friends. There are so many other loves: your pets, your job/career, money, passions, a good movie, a colorful… Continue reading A Love Letter of Sorts…
I’ve decided, drum roll please, to take a break from the world of dating apps. I was on two of them in hopes that maybe, just maybe, I would meet a like-minded fella. Don’t get me wrong, I did find a few interesting prospects, and I do speak with one or two of them on… Continue reading Benefits of Taking a Break…
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.
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
The right hair stylist/colorist can change your outlook on life with the right haircut and color choice. Pro Stylist/Colorist Lisa Eldridge gives 50 Shades of Health an inside look on choosing the best color and style for you. We all know our hair types. Mine is wavy, fine, and I have a lot of it.… Continue reading A Cut Above: Interview With Hair Stylist/Colorist Lisa Eldridge
Have you heard of Tinder? If you are single, the probability that you have heard of the dating app is relatively high. It all started at USC. I’m a Bruin so giving “them” the credit is hard to swallow. I kid! I have lovely Trojan friends whom I adore just not during football, basketball, or baseball… Continue reading Tinder: To Swipe (Right) or Not to Swipe
When I found out that my childhood friend, Alex Dionne, was a producer on the feature film “Girl Rising,” I knew I had to chat with her about this project and her experience being a producer on the film. This project is truly inspiring, to say the least! The message that resonates the most with… Continue reading Girl Rising – A Must See