FEAR, if you really think about it, is just a 4-letter word people often let control their life choices. Ok, maybe it’s a bit more. An emotion, a bodily reaction, a taught response? But don’t you have a choice? A choice whether to allow fear to make decisions for you instead of making them yourself?
The colors are vibrant and spring is the perfect season to try new items including makeup and hair care. Listen to a podcast while relaxing outdoors in the Summer is the time to hit the open road, air and sand. Don’t get caught unprepared … here are our top trends to kick off your summer.
Over the last 10 years, monumental growth across our valley has begun reversing the tides, and now we find ourselves experiencing life in a way that is increasingly more akin to a “typical” city.
New Vista is taking bold steps for children and teens with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The organization is implementing the Youth Initiative Campaign to find solutions and help children and teens with IDD in the foster care system.
That to-do list you created has been building up for quite a while. You start on that list, but then more exciting stuff shows up and takes priority.
It is fun when friends and family visit Las Vegas and have the “tourist experience” staying on the Las Vegas Strip. Locals can also indulge by planning a weekend at SpringHill Suites and play tourists while being pampered.
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.
Marketing strategies have always been a huge part of many businesses’ goals when the New Year arrives. Social media will continue evolving in the business world in 2018 and beyond.
Millennials are cause-driven, tech savvy and continue to work passionately to shape their local communities. Many employers are bombarded with misinformation about this generation and how they contribute to the workforce.
Emotional pain such as anger, sadness, fear, hurt and guilt leads to physical pain that gets locked into the body’s tissue, muscles and cells.