By Kathy A. Megyeri  Book review of "Behind the Scenes: My Life in Rhinestones," by Dolly Parton “I just wanted to be different. I wanted to be seen. I wanted to wow the audience. I wanted to really dazzle them.” Dolly...
By Kathy Megyeri  Book review of “Chanel in 55 Objects: The Iconic Designer Through Her Finest Creations” by Emma Baxter-Wright  This little gem of a book is an exquisite collection of illustrations and summaries of Coco Chanel’s gifts to us all:...
Navigating the Messy Middle

The Truth About Midlife

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By Ann Douglas, author of "Navigating The Messy Middle" This post was originally published by PsychologyToday.com in February 2023 I interviewed over 100 midlife women about their hopes and dreams, worries and regrets. What they told me was enough to fill...
By Kathy A. Megyeri  Book:  “Hearts, Cupids, and Red Roses, the Story of Valentine Symbols,” by Edna Barth and illustrated by Ursula Arndt  Cupids, heart shapes, turtle doves or love birds, clusters of rosebuds, hearts of paper lace—all are symbols of...
by Kathy A. Megyeri  Did you know that 64% of women sleep on the left side of the bed? Or that being a judge was the only career not open to women in ancient Egypt? How about that divorce rates...
Book review by Kathy Megyeri “Rebalance, How Women Lead, Parent, Partner and Thrive” by Monica Brand, Lisa Neuberger, and Wendy Teleki  Wendy Teleki is an attractive, middle-aged woman who holds advanced degrees, is a mother of three teenagers, a successful...
Writer:  Kathy A. Megyeri  “How did I Get Here So Fast? Rhetorical Questions and Available Answers From A Long and Happy Life,” by Chalmers M. Roberts (Time Warner, 1991)  Chalmers M. Roberts was an award-winning reporter and chief diplomatic correspondent for 38...
by Kathy A. MegyeriBook review of “Recipes from the Grave, Wonderful Dishes for the Here and After,” by P. Arden Corbin (2-15) Two years ago during the pandemic, TikTok user Rosie Grant discovered how many people left recipes on their...
by Kathy A. Megyeri  Book: 50 FASHION ICONS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD, The Design Museum (Conran, 2016)  Fashion is important because it’s used for self-expression, to make a political statement, or simply to attract attention. In this stunning collection compiled by...
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