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Style Solutions: The Does-It-All Sandal

By Meghan Cass Though known for it’s lazy, hazy days, August is a jam-packed scramble for many women. There’s vacation, back-to-school shopping, end-of-season gardening, and the rush to fit in as much last-minute summer joy as possible before Labor Day… What does this mean for your fe
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Reflections on the First Day of School

By Dr. Paula Bloom “Do you need some tissues?” “Are you feeling sad?” “Isn’t it hard to think that your kids are growing up?” I answered with a smile, but in my head I was thinking, “No. No. And no.” These are the questions I was asked as I walked my 6-year-old to his first day at his
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This Blogging Thing

By Dr. Paula Bloom Just came from an interesting meeting with a new FootSmart exec. My understanding ofsocial media, or just “social” as he referred to it (I guess it’s like Oprah, who needs the Winfrey really) was just expanded. In the past I’ve blogged for Huffington Post and PBS.or
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Climbing the Eiffel Tower

By Dr. Paula Bloom I just returned from my first trip to Europe. I’ve dreamed of going to Paris since I was a little girl and my desire intensified after four years of studying French in high school. While books and teachers can tell you about the history, the culture, the art and the
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Strong is the New Sexy

By Dr. Paula Bloom I’ve been writing a lot about the importance of comfort shoes. I’ve talked about self-acceptance, not being a victim of society’s expectations and not shoving our feet into uncomfortable shoes for the sake of attracting men and feeling good about ourselves.  As I ma
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