The Essex Street Inn: A New England Gem

As I get older and begin inching toward 60 years young, I find it’s the simplest things in life I value the most. It’s the qualities of kindness, friendliness, warmth, and compassion that touch my heart. Recently, I had the pleasure and honor to spend a week experiencing homespun hospitality at it’s finest with a … Continue Reading

The Wonder of a Red Dress

It’s hard to believe how dramatically my life has changed in just 3 years! At the time, my days were consumed by a life-threatening illness rather than by life itself. Lately, I’ve been peppering my feed with Wednesdays being dedicated to the brilliant concept of “Wonder.” What do wonder, fashion, a red dress, and life-threatening … Continue Reading

Tropical Maxi Dress: Cool Feel, Hot Look!

When you think of palm leaves, does your mind immediately travel to summer vacations and beaches in tropical climates…oh and Gilligan’s Island…like me? What woman born in the 60’s didn’t grow up with Gilligan, The Captain, Ginger and Mary Ann? I spent most of the first 50 years of life in the northern suburbs of … Continue Reading

Seventeen Fierce Reasons You Should Attend FierceCon LA 2018

Sisterhood: The reason Sisterhood is at the top of the list is that FierceCon is centered around fierce connection. As women get older and cross the threshold of Midlife, it can be harder to meet women who share heart-centered values and truly care about supporting one another. FierceCon is designed with YOU in mind. Our … Continue Reading

Ballgowns, Beaches, and Boho

You know those Vogue Editorial shoots with the gorgeous models in the most to die for and unexpected settings? I had a vision come to mind to create my own version, let’s just say a FIERCE version of an editorial spread! The inspiration came through as I envisioned an elegant ball gown in the most … Continue Reading

Buki: Slipping on a Slice of Heaven

Having just celebrated my 57th birthday, I’m counting my blessings as there are immense benefits to being a woman at Midlife & Beyond – most of which are found on the inside. I’ve also skidded into menopause over the past year and as the saying goes, “Menopause ain’t for sissies,” I would have to agree! … Continue Reading

Children Need Love … Not Borders

It’s been awhile since I’ve opened my heart to write a Capturing Grace post. It’s also been a while that it’s been such a deep, internal struggle to allow the words to flow. I’ve sat here day after day, with pen to paper or mouse to mac, while the words have steadfastly refused to come. … Continue Reading

Floating On Air With Jaclyn Jones USA

I plead guilty to making frequent doorstep checks in anticipation of the delivery of a pair of Jaclyn Jones USA shoes. I could barely contain my excitement when the gorgeous floral box arrived with a lovely handwritten note from Jaclyn herself. I felt like a young girl again! Entering my Mother’s closet as a young … Continue Reading

Max to the Min

You will almost always find me in some form of activewear but sometimes there’s nothing like a flowing maxi dress and heels to make me feel Fierce! What does it mean to be FIERCE? The word has a traditional connotation of aggressiveness, and that’s just the opposite of the mission of The Forever Fierce Revolution. … Continue Reading

Moxie on Monday: Side Stripe Jeans in NYC

Growing up in the 70’s, racing stripes and fashion were mutually exclusive. Back in the day, the only brand known for its stripes was Adidas. Those stripes were relegated to the soccer field, far away from the fashion runway! Times have certainly changed as just about anything goes when it comes to personal style. That’s … Continue Reading