The World According to Weber: My Grandmother Rosalie and the Season’s Coziest Cookbook

December 16, 2014 by Nancy Weber


By Nancy Weber

In “The Pollan Family Table” you’re apt to find clues to a childhood culinary treasure that was never codified, that you’ve hungered after for decades. That’s where my grandmother comes in.

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Molly Fisk: The Art of the Well-Lit Lawn

December 13, 2014 by Molly Fisk


By Molly Fisk

Get your family out of the house and into the car where they can’t escape togetherness. Tool around your own neighborhood, and then pass by the houses of your friends and your kids’ friends. Oooh! and aaah! over the lights you find. People risk their lives putting those reindeer on the roof, for Pete’s sake!

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Fashion Friday: Priceless–Verdura Jewelry at 75

December 12, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change


Priceless and Ageless. After 75 years, this is Verdura.

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Parenting Is a Joke

December 6, 2014 by Roz Warren

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By Roz Warren

Thanks to Twitter, when an amateur comic who is also a parent cracks a good joke, the world listens! And if you need a good laugh, you should, too. Check out this sampling of the best wit, wisdom, and wisecracks from “The Big Book of Parenting Tweets.”

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Holiday Shopping: Creative and Thoughtful Gifts Under $25.

December 5, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change


For those who want to steer clear of the culture of excess during the holidays, our Women’s Voices family has curated a collection of gifts under $25 that are simple, thoughtful, creative, and affordable.

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Molly Fisk: Meditation After “Black Friday”

November 29, 2014 by Molly Fisk


By Molly Fisk

On singing traditional carols at Christmastime: Even if we are not, all of us, faithful, we can still be joyful and triumphant.

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Holiday Shopping: Gifts That Give Back to Women and Girls

November 28, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change

Women for Women International

Use your shopping dollars and holiday list to give gifts that help women locally and globally in meaningful and life-changing ways. We’ve curated a selection of gift-giving opportunities that run the gamut—supporting women survivors of war, maternal health programs around the world, women entrepreneurs, and girls’ education.

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November 27, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change


The scents, the songs, the family traditions, the quirky (but lovable) guests—these are life-enriching deposits in our memory banks. We asked “Women’s Voices” writers to look back over the years and share with us the Thanksgiving reflections that make them smile.

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Retire! Dance! Die! But First, Pass the Chocolate: Boomers According to Google

November 22, 2014 by Roz Warren


Roz Warren

Are boomers evil? . . . doomed? . . . or simply the most selfish generation ever?

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Fashion Friday: Hostess Gifts

November 21, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change


Here’s a quartet of hostess gifts guaranteed to reflect your thoughtfulness and express your gratitude for a well-executed gathering. They are all meant to give your hostess some much-deserved moments of indulgence.

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Molly Fisk: The Red and the Gray

November 15, 2014 by Molly Fisk


By Molly Fisk

When you go snorkeling, Sarah says, there are millions of incredible fish, including parrotfish, in all those same amazing parrot colors. And among the parrotfish, there’s a gray one, with a red tail! “You can’t think the universe lacks a sense of humor when you come across something like this. What other reason could there be?”

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Fashion Friday: Covetable iPhone Accessories

November 14, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change

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The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are, we think, much more women-friendly. Most of us carry our phones in purses, anyway—so all the chatter about the iPhone’s larger size being incompatible with jean and pant pockets is meant for the guys.

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Fashion Profiles: Janet Hill Talbert

November 7, 2014 by Women's Voices For Change

Janet Hill Talbert

Many of “Women’s Voices” readers have begged to know more about the jewelry designer Janet Hill Talbert and her line, On This Rock Jewelry. Here, we share with you her story and our favorite picks from her collection.

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Molly Fisk: On Spending Daylight

November 1, 2014 by Molly Fisk


By Molly Fisk

Having the sun come up again so early throws my nervous system back into midsummer. Even though the woodstove is warm and there’s frost on my office roof, I’m awash in early-August optimism.

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Today Is World Vegan Day. So Why Aren’t I a Vegan?

November 1, 2014 by Roz Warren


By Roz Warren

You wake up in the morning and vow: Today is the day! I’m really going to do this thing. You stay Plant Strong, Just Saying No to the many non-vegan choices that are offered to you. Then, one too-tempting nibble of this or tiny taste of that and—bam!—you’re merely a vegetarian. Or, worse, a carnivore.

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