Take a deep breath, recline back and close your eyes. You are transformed into a magical salty escape … As you drift away to the soothing music, you can taste the salt on your lips and feel all your stresses just dissipate
The summer season often gets us back in touch with our bodies. We see it more because warmer weather means fewer clothes. We feel it more because we tend to be more active
Just the other day, I connected a fellow female entrepreneur with a potential paid speaking opportunity. The first thing she said was, “Thank you for the opportunity, what can I do for you in return?”
The two legs that form the perfect foundation for building a successful and/or lasting relationship, be it personal or business, are mutual trust and mutual respect.
In the winter 2017-18 issue of Las Vegas Woman magazine, I invited you to consider—and choose—who you want to be in 2018. Specifically, I asked you to consider the words you most want people to say about who you are as a person and leader, and to think about what it would look like for you to become a true and committed champion of yourself.
The Darling Tennis Center (officially Amanda and Stacy Darling Tennis Center) is a multi-court facility. This is the place created to foster a love of tennis regardless of skill as well as place for the community to come together at the public courts.
Professional career paths are filled with bumps and sometimes a switch in fields can lead to a perfect fit. Meghan Bailey, director of marketing and media for WellHealth Quality Care, is a perfect example of finding her niche in business through her work in social media.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada held its signature fundraiser the Blue Party, presented by CBRE, at World Market Center.
The staff and management of Land Rover Las Vegas appreciate all of their customers and the reception received when the car dealership opened in Southern Nevada. Land Rover Las Vegas gives back with special events and donations to benefit the community.
“So, you’re retired? How’s that going? What do you do all day? Do you miss working?” And a myriad of other questions from the steadily employed who know that their days at the grind are numbered.