Last month, I posted info about a new medical spa opening up in Westchester. Here's the link to that article. Today I am going to follow up and give a full review of my experience with botox and fillers at Verve Medical Cosmetics in Irvington.
Earlier this year, I welcomed a guest blogger to my site. I generally prefer to have things written in my own voice, but when I step out of my lane and want to offer something that I think a lot of readers would want, I
I’m very focused while being very scattered. Really I am. I have a million ideas of things to write and people asking me to post or share things all the time. Recently, I have been completely unable to even respond to so many of the
VERVE Medical Cosmetics, for 20 years New York’s premier non-surgical aesthetic and anti-aging treatment studio, is opening the Verve Loft Westchester in the industrial loft spaces at the Bridge Street on Hudson complex in Irvington, NY.
The new studio will enable Verve Founder Dr. Stephen Bracci to serve existing and
2020 has been very difficult for kids. They have had to remain socially distanced from their friends, teachers, sports teams, and even family. Adolescents and Young Adults are missing out on some of the most memorable times of their lives and feeling disconnected. This disconnect
I have a guest blogger this month. I don't usually like to have anyone else's "voice" on my site but when the person makes SO much sense at the absolute perfect time (my daughter is a freshman in high school) I have to give them
So many things come across my email during the course of a month. I don't get to post everything, whether it's an invitation, a press release or a sponsorship/partnership email. The things that I do post are things that I find the time for because
Have you seen my posts about Boxed Holiday? I shared some pics online in December but never got around to posting them on here. I realized that most of us had our holiday decorations up by that point so I made a note to circle
It's hard to believe that this is my last Westchester Woman Wednesday of 2020. I'm wrapping up 4 years of these monthly posts with this one and it's actually very fitting that this month it would be Sara Davidson Johns. As women, we are constantly
Since I posted my top book picks, I decided I needed some titles for kids too. As a former teacher, I know hundreds of titles and themes/lessons to accompany them. I've learned a lot along the way with my own kids too- but there's nothing
When I published my Books, Books & More Books List in 2019, I had no idea that the devastation of 2020 was around the corner. In late 2019, small independent book stores were likely hurting due to online competition. Looking back, I shared a list
Last year I put together a Holiday Gift Guide but I wished I had done it sooner than I did. I put a note on my calendar on 10/31/20, reminding myself to start the list earlier and publish early in November so here it is.
The White Plains Holiday Market is a City of White Plains event in partnership with 914PopUps. This COVID-aware market will feature 40+ vendors and artisans in individual open-air booths in the heart of White Plains on Waller Avenue. The event will run from December 3rd
Hi! My name is Eve and I am a mom, wife, career woman and Owner of Stella James. I am an FIT Graduate and have been in the fashion industry for over 17 years doing everything from buying and merchandising to Marketing and E-commerce. I
Since October is National Bullying Prevention Month, I figured it would be the perfect time to address this very important topic as it relates to moms. The topic of bullying is not new to anyone so I don't expect that I am sharing anything you
Summer 2020 wasn't a total loss. Our usual family travels did not take place but we found lots of local alternatives. Fortunately (and unfortunately) we live in a state that has lots of rules restrictions in regard to travel. I figured we'd be best sticking
It's back to school time and even though we are living through a pandemic, the first thought I have when I look at the school calendar in September is "travel." On a normal school year, I map out where the school breaks and long weekends
As you may recall, Shawna was the main "food and dining" writer for many years. She's not writing as much due to the increased workload at her day job and she is now dining out less because she's cooking! She never cooked and actually dined
I took an unplanned summer hiatus. I'm not really sure why I did but I think it was a combination of things. At the start of the pandemic, I was motivated to post about things that were helpful during a tough time. It was my