Now, it’s the end of 2017. And I’m not going to tell you that I won’t try to solve things, find solutions for things that I know are not remotely necessary. But in 2018, I am looking forward to the scores of times and instances where I don’t feel the need to put on a cape while saying to myself, “Judette, you can’t fix everything.”
You don’t need to shell out big bucks on a boat or have prior sailing experience to enjoy a vacation on the sea. Thinking of a voyage in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Asia or even the South Pacific? Just charter a boat! Travelista Natalie Suite has more tips in her comprehensive guide to finding your sea legs
Last week, I went for an early morning run with three amazing business owners. We spent our entire 4-mile jog talking about business, the innovations we were undertaking to jumpstart sales and the future: the new work, the new clients and the new ventures we were determined to go after.
Aside from the fact that your handbag is probably your biggest investment – I mean splurge – it’s also a bonafide catchpot for everything important in life – money, bills, makeup, tech, wine bottles, tampons, shoes and, dare I say it…more? Why not keep it clean?
No one loves a good pair of high heels more than I do.
I wore my first real pair at a school bazaar. I was 16 and in love with a boy. I sneakily tucked my mother’s cream leather pumps into my bag and slipped into them as soon as I saw him waiting for me at the entrance of the school hall.
In an effort to lose weight, improve my health and frankly to stop my gluttonous ways, I became a vegan. This decision has never stopped being a conversation piece, even four years after the fact with the most popular question at dinner being “How do I feel?”
Chef, local F&B legend, and owner of the Baking Academy and the Parisian-inspired Le Jardin, Juliette Petit dishes on all her entrepreneurial secrets in this no holds barred interview