Tuesdays With GIRLilla Warfare: Buckle your seatbelt — It’s going to be a wild ride …
How far would YOU go for your passion? Stolen art, love, lust, deception and revenge on the “eve” of WWII — Check out GIRLilla Warfare’s editor Lisa Barr’s award-winning debut thriller.
Happy New Year, Girlfriends. Resolutions? Regrets? Screw that — Here’s what’s HOT, what’s NOT for 2015.
May your Christmas sparkle with unforgettable moments of love & laughter, peace & presents, family & friends …
Spin the dreidels … Light the Menorah … and Live it up on latkes for Eight Crazy Nights. Happy Holiday!
Get rid of the “I don’t like my hair/legs/hips” negative words and thoughts. Your positive body image WILL impact your daughter’s vision of herself.
GIRLilla Warfare’s EJ Gordon says, “Sometimes if we put our marriage FIRST, then the rest of our lives WILL fall into place.
Sick of the “Tree-of-Wife” excuses, GIRLilla Warfare’s “GUYrilla” Evan Field sets out on the ultimate creative quest to lure his Bride-to-Bed, focusing on HER desires NOT his, and scores!
On Thanksgiving, GRATITUDE IS the new black. Girlfriends — may your hearts be as full as your tummies …
Shop-Around-The-Clock: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Mompreneur” Jamie Kanner says a girl’s gotta have a plan for the fam. Here’s what YOU can do to Get Ready, Set and GO …
The Holiday Season is here, and Loree’s Closet goes all-out: They buy back Lululemon (love this), specialize in consignment, clean out your closet (yes, they make house calls), and sell luxury merchandise below retail via eBay and other outlets.
OVER-THE-TOP PARENTING: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman says it’s NOT too late to instill take-charge qualities in our kids. Train them, NOT treat them; coach them, NOT coddle them.
Memory Lane or Road Less Traveled: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon explores the concept of “harm or closure” if an old fling catches up with you in the present.
Yoga, Gluten-free & Forehead Freeze: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Beauty Babe” asks — Do we really WANT to look 10 years younger, or just BETTER for our age than the generations that grew old before us?