Category Archives: women

How to worry less

Announcement: Single Mom….working is a site for single parents. I will therefore only post blogs about my life as a (working, single) parent. Thank you to my followers for staying with me over the last 2 years.   All motivational posts about life, confidence, and speaking can now be found on my new blog: http://www.speakingrights.com/blog/. […]

women who love women

How is that for an exciting title?  The bad news for all my pervy readers: this blog is not about sex… only love. To be clear from the start,  I am a feminist and I believe that the world would be a much better place if it was run by both men & women equally.  […]

I am 40something woman

I am a 40 something woman….. I am smart enough to know what’s good for me, but still dumb enough to do it. I know the value of patience, but I am far too busy to practice it. I can choose to call you ‘Dear’ or I can choose to call you ‘Dude’. I watch my chin like […]

Anti Guilt Cream

One would think that with all the billions of dollars that are pouring in and out of the beauty industry (worth $107 billion), someone would have come up with an effective anti-guilt cream! I mean look at what we have accomplished so far… Creams that fill wrinkles, stickers to reduce spots (we just launched this: […]

If the shoe fits…

It’s 11pm and I have just finished the first chapter of Edward Tulane, a book that my 9 year old daughter asked me to read because she thought that I would really enjoy it… Feeling a little childish reading pages with very big letters (and some pictures), I close my eyes and cuddle my cute […]

Beauty and the Holy Grail

Anyone who makes products for the beauty industry knows that we have actually been hired to find the Holy Grail.  We must discover everlasting youth.  And if we don’t actually find it, then we damn well better find something close!  The marketing departments are depending on these discoveries to put into the PR channels, the […]

There IS life in skincare

Often in life we go through ‘mini dramas’: minor events that take up too much energy and leave us feeling drained.  It’s usually small incidents ….your child got in trouble at school, you’ve had an argument with a friend, and so on… After these types of irritations, it is essential to completely let them go.  […]