Spring is truly an inspiring time of year. I am always in awe of our majestic mountains that surround the valley and the flowers that bloom this time of year. I love the promise of a new beginning and the wonder I experience during this season.
I now have officially worked as editor-in-chief for four issues – completing my first year. It has been an exhilarating, exhausting, overwhelming, exciting and amazing time which has taken me to new heights and new growth both professionally and personally.
What a beautiful time of year to be living in Southern Nevada. As I drive around our community, I am always in awe of our majestic mountains that surround the valley and the flowers that bloom this time of year.
Three years ago, I learned two very important lessons: %^&* happens, and don’t sweat the small %^&*. How did I learn that? Well, it’s...
One of my most favorite times is the season of the New Year. I’m one of those that watch the New Year’s Eve fireworks...
What a summer it has been! Las Vegas Woman magazine has a new publisher, Stephanie Kocher. With new ideas, our vision remains to educate, entertain and inspire.
The summer issue is one of my favorites to put together and this Summer 2012 issue is no exception. What you are reading is...
Where did I go? Nowhere, I just survived the “fourth trimester,” those first three months of life where your newborn is trying to figure out why they were evicted from their original home only to now have to ask to be fed and changed.
As a long-time resident of Southern Nevada, I personally love the heat and the dog days of summer. I love the bright sunshine, pool season, warm nights and clear skies. With our summer issue, we explore health care, fashion and vacations, as well as our professionals in the legal field.
There are many ways we can escape the heat or celebrate the season and whichever you choose, we have you covered. As we wrap up the brunt of allergy season (it was brutal this year, no?), we talk about the benefits of halotherapy (salt therapy), which is said to clear up the sniffles.