Assuming we are lucky enough to possess good health and safety, we will all become “senior citizens” (or as I prefer “senior adults”) in our lifetime. What that means to each of us varies greatly depending on our own health, financial situation, family, personality, culture and many other factors that affect attitude and ability to create the life we desire as we age.
Most working mothers have asked themselves the same question I did after the birth of my sec-ond daughter in June of 2013: “Do I go back to work?” Luckily, my decision was made for me. I was laid off from my corporate job at Bausch + Lomb after their acquisition by Valeant Pharma-ceutical International–just one day after my maternity leave ended.
Is social media worth it? It’s an important question for a business owner to ask, because many businesses don’t even measure social media’s return on investment. They don’t measure social media at all.
Every tool and human effort your business is involved with should be held accountable in some way. Social media is a tool – a powerful one for your business. Like all tools – if it’s used correctly it can build empires. Conversely, if it’s used incorrectly it can destroy them or not build a solid foundation for your empire. Social media is also not about cat videos and motivational quotes – there’s a time and place for everything; just not every 3rd post on your profile or company page.
My name is Dr. Nathan Riddle, and I’m one of Rochester’s leading experts in family wellness, corrective spinal care, nutrition, weight loss and metabolic reset. I have a post-graduate certification in the Science of Human Wellness, and remain the only chiropractor in Rochester to hold this accolade. I’m certified in the Webster Technique, an advanced method of pelvic balance during pregnancy to provide more room for the developing baby. Additionally, I’ve completed extensive training with some of the region’s most renowned physicians specializing in spinal biophysics.
“Ithaca is gorges” or so goes the familiar slogan spotted on proud t-shirts across New York State. Situated on the shores of Cayuga Lake, the largest of the Finger Lakes, the gorges, snow covered hills, vineyards, and waterfalls of Ithaca make for a picture perfect postcard. It has also been named one of the best colleges in the country, home to Cornell University and Ithaca College. It’s behind the walls of the Ivy League University where Officer Mike Meskill started his career in law enforcement in 2012.
Every month, I, Chrissy Monroe, your new Fashion Forward columnist will bring you what’s new, hot and even some of my own personal predictions of upcoming fashion trends. As we start 2017, unique looks with velvet, sequins, fur and even chokers are hitting the pages of all the top fashion magazines! Talk about Glam!!
This season I am in love with the Velvet thigh-high boots in various heel lengths for everyone from the Kardashians to my next-door neighbor. With versatility, this boot can be dressed up with a simple mini dress or completely dressed down, over some jeans. Add a t-shirt and your choice of jacket and you have a hot ensemble. These boots can be found online at various price points and in an array of fabulous colors, or sometimes you might be able to score them from a local thrift store.
Obviously, there is more to it than a simple yes or no answer. In today’s age, there are so many choices and so much information out there. As a society, the value of a woman is placed in her beauty. Beauty is often defined as looking young and vibrant. We as a population are expected to keep up our appearances or fear destruction of life as we know it. This could affect our marriages, our career, and our relationship with our children. This is a whole other story all together the social norms of what is beautiful. Putting that aside, let’s focus on the skinny of hair philosophy.
As recently announced. there are many changes in 2017 with Rochester Woman Magazine. The first was the transformation to Rochester Woman Online. Some are skeptical about the decision to go to an all digital format, but staying up with the times is necessary in any prospering venture. This is a change which will set the stage as Rochester Woman Online becomes a trendsetter in the industry and our home community during this upcoming year.
With the New Year comes a whole new Rochester Woman! We had a name change to start of the new year and are now Rochester Woman Online, we have a new ALL DIGITAL publication, new team members, and a lot of exciting content to share with you, our readers. I am truly excited for 2017, and all the we have in store for you. So, let the excitement begin!