Health & Wellness Fair @ Transform Fitness

  Thanks to those who came out for the SuperSlow Studio Health Fair last week at Transform Fitness. The event featured the following NYC health & wellness practitioners:   Ana Nieto, Master Trainer Stephen Fulgham, Wellness Coach Marie Huerter, Wellness Coach…

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Oh Canada!

You know it... that feeling that comes the second a vacation begins. Sometimes kicking in as soon as your first step out the door, suitcase in hand. I find this feeling humbling. Work and life obligations distance in a second…

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Best Soup Stand in Manhattan

  51st & 7th, NYC   Yesterday was freezing. Bitter cold. I left an early morning meeting in midtown and stumbled into Sahki and his Soup on Wheels Stand at 51st & 7th. Tomato Bisque, Chicken Gumbo, Split Pea, Pasta…

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I Refuse to Participate in a Recession

There's a groundswell in the NYC business community. Entrepreneurs, like myself, are using the economic downturn to our advantage by leveraging Social Networking. There are events going on all over the city (BNI, The Real Deal, Ladies Who Launch) that…

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Swap ’til you Drop

Last weekend my friend Anna and I went to our first clothing swap of '09 (read here to learn how to throw your own). It was loaded up with designer clothing and accessory treasures. Anna made a clean sweep. Check…

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Happy New Year 2009!

Even the organizer needs inspiration... I dumped 1,000 emails 3 bags of paper 1 bag of misc. stuff And tacked up this note. Happy New Year! Maeve's apt. Self Portrait: Scrap Paper on Motivation Mirror 12.29.08

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Quick Tips: Reduce Holiday Stress

With a little effort you can breeze through holiday stress triggers: Foods To Avoid: Many of us have foods we know we can't eat (wheat, sugar, dairy, caffeine, soy). They trigger energy spikes, induce cravings and affect our mood. So…

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Quick Tips: Last Minute Gifts

Gift Cards: Major retailers and pharmacies carry gift cards starting at $15. Walk in or log on to The Home Depot, Barnes & Noble, CVS and others. Buy the gift that lets them choose. One Size Fits All: Give the same…

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Take Time for You

Wish List: Think about what will make your home more livable: Perhaps fresh paint or reduced clutter. Write it down. Goal Plan: List practical things you can do each week to keep your house in order: sort photos, toss voluminous…

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Kristin’s New Systems

My friend Kristin Duarte called last week and said, "I'm sort of organized but if I have to sit here and look at things they way they are, it will drive me crazy." Sort of organized? Kristin is one of…

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Easiest Kids Party Ever

Yesterday I did what every single, 35-year old New York City girl should do on a Sunday afternoon: I rocked out to a concert for tots. The 1-7 year olds dancing in the aisles at the Daryl Roth Theater where…

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Quick Tips: Look Beyond The Mess

Every home has something to love. Look beyond perceived household mess and discover the treasure within: Comfort: Notice things that without fail make you smile, as simple as morning sun across the kitchen floor. Color: Locate colors that frequently appear…

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Must Have Art For Your Floor

I recently met a great rug designer, but wow, I had no idea how stunning her work was until I had it on my hardwood floor. Deborah Hernandez is bright and bubbly. When we met at an interior design event…

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