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Mar 2016

Spring Renewal

In Lifestyle By VA

Whether or not you celebrate Easter, for many the season in which it arrives is a time of renewal. Freak snowstorms aside, the days are the longer, the breeze is warmer and Spring brings with it the promise of new beginnings. Possibility is fresh in the air. Can you feel it? Did you know every […]


Jan 2015

The Price Of Fashion

In Lifestyle Visibility By Kim Kuhteubl

I finally gave in and bought another pair of sunglasses.  Earlier this year I had invested in my first pair of Chanel’s. I thought the price was ridiculous at first, until I prorated the daily cost based on my usage living in Southern California, which turned out to be less than $1/day. They came numbered, with […]


Sep 2013

When Things Go Very Wrong.

In Lifestyle Visibility By Kim Kuhteubl

Wouldn’t it be nice if every decision you made, every change you experienced and absolutely everything else you ever did, was right?  In other words, perfect, high-five, fantastic, ideal.Life would be a whole lot easier wouldn’t it?I’m not going to lie, the moment you realize you made a mistake, a bad choice, went in the wrong […]


Feb 2013

Aren’t I Too Young For A Heart Attack?

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

I recently read an article by a 37-year-old woman who was experiencing symptoms of severe heart problems but was repeatedly misdiagnosed by doctors who never tested her for cardiac issues. She was thin and athletic, after-all. Her extreme shortness of breath, dizziness and weakness were attributed to an allergy, asthma or anxiety by various doctors […]


Nov 2012

Can’t Lose Weight? Eat More.

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

According to a recent study, overweight adults eat less often than people with normal body weight but take in more calories. They are also less active over the course of the day. Findings published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association support this saying that normal weight adults, including those who had lost a […]


Sep 2011

Field Trip: Vancouver

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

It might be my Cancerian nesting instinct but I’ve noticed that whenever I travel to another city, I’m usually in search of my hood — the place that feels like me — the place where I would hang my hat (and dog leash) if I called that city home.  In Vancouver, it’s South Granville. Climb […]


Sep 2011

Cut stress, feel better with yoga

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

Are you stressed out? Single women face a lot of stress—and I’m not just talking about finding Mr. Right. In today’s tough economic times, job stability is a major stressor. Single women have to carry the full load when it comes to finances and household chores. Many do not have a cushion to fall back […]


Jul 2011

A Date With Dwell On Design

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

I think it’s a myth that single women have more free time than everyone else. Because I’m single, I’ve noticed people can be cavalier with my time.  They think I can work later, change plans without notice, volunteer more, or help them with whatever they need to do, because I couldn’t possibly have a life. […]


Jun 2011

Is it a migraine?

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

If you suffer from headaches, you are not alone. More than 45 million Americans are crippled by severe headaches. Approximately 29.5 million Americans suffer from migraines, and three out of four of them are women, most commonly between the ages of 20 and 45. Migraines are often misdiagnosed. There are about 150 types of headaches […]


Jun 2011

5 Secrets Happy Women Know

In Lifestyle By Kim Kuhteubl

by Sara Avant Stover We women have it all wrong. Happiness doesn’t live in a new hairstyle, handbag, or husband. True contentment waits in the most unlikely of places—right inside of you. That’s right: You alone must become the steward of your own happiness.  Your deepest bliss is neither a miracle nor a far off […]

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