Publisher's Letter

Publisher's Letter

Tammy Grabel - Publisher
Seasons change, people change... those 80s lyrics by Expose have been running through my mind as we debut our Fall 2014 Issue of “Las Vegas Woman Magazine.”

So much, and I mean, SO MUCH has happened since the previous issue of Las Vegas Woman was published. I stashed away my high heels and put on my traveling shoes these last few months. From Korea to Mexico to the Grenada Islands, all of them have a special place in my heart.

Summer 2018 Publisher's Letter

tammy, husband and daughter
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 from my home and I don’t drink.

Winter 2017 Publisher's Letter

May 1 was my daughter Grace’s first birthday. That was the longest and fastest year of my life! As publisher of Las Vegas Woman magazine, I chose not be to a stay-at-home mother. However, Grace and I have managed to spend every day together in her first year. Where there is a will, there is a way.

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Let me be the first to admit, the first few months of Grace’s life were exhausting and the biggest adjustment of our lives. Between sleepless nights and web searching for every imagined newborn ailment, I was a worried wreck.

Here I am, operating a business along with being a mom to my 9-month-old baby, Grace, doing both full-time. I quickly realized that when becoming a mother, I had to make decisions on many controversial topics, starting with epidural or natural birth. Then onto other debatable conversations such as vaccinations, attachment parenting vs. cry-it-out methods, when to start solids and whether to be a stay-at-home mom or working mom.