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Fashion Friday: Survey rates Black Friday deals

   November 21, 2014 7:48 am    0

Thanks to Raz Daraban for the heads up on WalletHub’s survey of 2014’s Best & Worst Retailers for Black Friday Deals. WalletHub took a peek at 5,525 Black Friday deals of 21 retailers. JCPenney has the highest overall discount rate at 65 percent Key Stats direct from WalletHub Macy’s — second overall — offers a 54 percent…

 

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It’s Women’s Entrepreneurship Day

   November 19, 2014 6:28 am    0

Today is Women’s Entrepreneurship Day — the first ever, and it is celebrated at the United Nations in New York City in the middle of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Governor Andrew Cuomo has officially proclaimed the day which takes place in 144 countries. PwC, BNP Paribas, Microsoft, Nestle and United Nations Foundation are just a few of the founding…

 

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Downton Abbey fun — the proper gifts

   November 17, 2014 7:44 am    0

Got a Downton Abbey fan on your gift list? Here are some fun ideas: I knew this wine was available, but there’s more. The Downton Abbey gift pack is available for $55.99, at www.Wine.com. Here’s what you get: Downton Abbey Wines, a candle and tea. You can learn more about the wines at downtonabbeywine.com. Thanks to…

 

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It’s national pretzel month

   October 21, 2014 10:19 am    0

Quick — before this month gets away, stock up on pretzels, and it doesn’t matter what kind. Here’s a link to pretzel recipes. I mean even I could do it — water, flour and salt. Some of these are even healthy. Those pretzel rolls at left — Jennie Geisler made them and Andy Colwell photographed…

 

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House Lady enjoys video home tours and more

   October 18, 2014 7:26 am    0

Well I have seen some impressive homes in the past few months at House to Home. I’ve been to a nearly $2 million beauty on the lake, a glamorous renovated Harborcreek lakefront home listed at $400,000 and all those beauties in Manchester Farms and all around town. This week, I got to revisit Walten Woods where homes…

 

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Fashion Friday meets cheesecloth ghosts

   October 17, 2014 10:06 am    0

This is a spooky one, but it’s a Martha Stewart design for Halloween. So I couldn’t resist. It uses styrofoam mannequin heads that you can buy at wig shops. And apparently if you add some cheesecloth, suspend them in the trees or from your porch ceiling or hang them on posts in the yard, you can have…

 

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Fashion Friday’s sweaterfest begins

   October 3, 2014 7:07 am    0

I decided to move sweaters back into my closet, but there was one problem. I must have purged the old sweaters,and now I must buy new. It seems like yesterday when my daughter lived here that “we” — I did like to wear her sweaters — had a herd of sweaters. And shoes. Well since she’s been…

 

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In the shark tank Pittsburgh style with Lori Greiner

   October 2, 2014 5:59 am    0

I was lucky enough to attend the Pennsylvania Women’s Commission for Women Mentoring Symposium with nearly a dozen Erie women — thanks to Linda Stevenson of AthenaErie and the Erie Times-News — as one of 105 mentors from across the state, and it was spectacular. One interesting component of the symposium was a female business owner contest with…

 

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Lunch with 230 of my closest friends

   September 17, 2014 7:43 am    0

Ok they weren’t all my closest friends, but the gathering of 230 women at the Ambassador Banquet & Conference Center Tuesday for ATHENA International Women’s Leadership Day gave all of us a chance to share key advice on how to achieve success everywhere from the workplace to the homefront. This annual event takes place in more than 100 communities across…

 

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5 remodeling tips for tiny baths

   September 15, 2014 7:31 am    0

I had a tiny bath in my old home, and remodeling was a serious challenge because standard sinks and tubs wouldn’t fit and limited what we could do. I renovated that bath three times and never liked it. But now, look at  this clever design from Houzz. What a sink! I’ve seen a lot of houses where homeowners created some…

 

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