cialis studies
viagra sale prices
fast delivery cialis
about viagra cheapest viagra
buy female viagra
cheap viagra on internet
cheapest canadian viagra
cialis australia
cialis free sample coupon
buy viagra compare
canadia drug store viagra
canadian cialis buy
canada viagra sales
viagra pill for woman

Lifestyle


Book Review // June 16, 2014Lately I’ve been enjoying period-specific historical fiction—especially anything that takes place in the early to mid-1900s. This led me to my latest find: Rules of Civility by Amore Towles. It was published in 2011, so it’s not a brand new release, but I loved it all the same.What pleasantly surprised me about this book was the strong female lead. An independent woman in her early…
Made Movies // June 2, 2014People went out in droves this weekend and even stood in line for hours to see the reincarnation of one of Disney’s darkest and most feared villains, Maleficent. The film raked in over $170.6 million during it’s opening, proving that its star, Angelina Jolie, still retains her global appeal despite having been absent from the silver screen since 2010’s The Tourist. The film seeks to…
Made Mommy // May 19, 2014I’ll be honest: Setting up my baby’s nursery hasn’t exactly been as fun as I imagined it would be. Living in the land of the expensive San Francisco Bay Area real estate means baby is coming home to a two-bedroom apartment instead of the large, lovely house I imagined I’d have when I started to have children. But alas, we’re working with what we’ve got,…
Health // May 5, 2014 Many of us have heard that we ought to buy  certified organic berries, kale, and fuzzy fruits (remember the dirty dozen?), over conventionally grown counterparts to avoid eating genetically modified or pesticide-laden plant products (the list is updated every year; check out the new one here). The label, organic, has become synonymous with being the better option for selecting produce and other groceries. At what…
Entertainment // March 24, 2014Hollywood is much like playing the tables in Las Vegas. Success takes a touch of good fortune and a great deal of skill. Lena Waithe has both. A Chicago native, this Writer/Producer has taken the LA scene by storm. Just this past year, her film “Dear White People” graced Sundance audiences, her web-series “Hello Cupid" charmed small screen viewers, and she dropped a preview of her…
Lifestyle // March 10, 2014Reading is a passion of mine, in fact some people could probably call it an obsession... That girl borrowing five or more books from the library at one time? That’s me. Barnes and Noble takes a lot of my money and I’m not sure how I would survive without Amazon. I even have a journal completely dedicated to books I have read or want to read…
Entertainment // March 10, 2014I don’t know about you but I found last night’s Oscars immensely entertaining. Host Ellen DeGeneres eased the audience with her unique brand of humor, interacting with them, even serving A-listers delivery pizza and tweeting selfies with the likes of Meryl Streep and Bradley Cooper. As you can imagine, the resulting frenzy broke Twitter for a few minutes.But the big winners of the night were arguably…
Lifestyle // February 23, 2014So, you want to plan a trip with friends and family but no one in your entourage is ‘rolling’ yet? If you add up the cost of flights, resort fees, food, activities, and rental cars, trips can get pretty costly.  Oh, and then there are all these destination weddings you are getting invited to this year… I mean come on. The invitation is flattering but, when…
Fitness // February 10, 2014It’s a commonly accepted myth that you have to read Jane Eyre cover-to-cover (although, who’s reading books on paper nowadays?), in one workout session on the treadmill, to get a Beyonce-esq tight a$$. Women everywhere are spending hours of their precious time in the gym and are still not reaching their fitness goals. Let me tell you, you can burn all the rubber off a treadmill…
Entertainment // January 27, 2014At Made Woman, we’re always on the lookout for artists that make us sit up and take notice. Great music is made only by those of equally great stature and initiative. As the calendar turns over another year, our eyes and ears are refreshed. We eagerly anticipate those who will define the musical landscape of 2014.  We’re betting these five ladies below will be making this…
Entertainment // January 22, 20141995 was a special year in Hip-Hop and R&B. Tupac dropped his classic “Me Against the World” from his New York prison. Biggie released both “Big Poppa” and “One More Chance” and had the radio on lock.  D’Angelo blazed the charts with “Brown Sugar,” and TLC showed us how “CrazySexyCool” R&B could be.That fall, a humble new group named Groove Theory released its debut self-titled album…
Entertainment // January 13, 2014 The veteran songstress and songwriter was well into her 90-minute set at Yoshi’s Jazz Club last night when she unexpectedly announced to the crowd that she was considering a career change. “I’ve been reading about music as a healing modality and I’m hoping that that is the next step that I can take a foray into and make part of my profession.”The announcement was quite…
Travel // December 28, 2013After the festivities of Christmas and New Year have come and gone, you might be looking for another reason to celebrate. The good news is, there are plenty of fabulous festivals taking place around the world in spring. By conducting an online holiday comparison, you should be able to find the ideal trip for you.  For example, from February 14th until March 4th, Nice in southern…
Lifestyle // December 30, 2013This story was originally published on The Los Angeles Post.Instagram has hands-down reigned the social media world in the past few years, its position solidified with the acquisition by Facebook, the release of the iPhone5 and the addition of video functionality.  Of course you’re following all of your Facebook friends and even a few big names, celebrities, and possibly a few bloggers, but Instagram has allowed…
Lifestyle // December 15, 2013Mental health, therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist, counselor … the choices seem endless. While there are plenty for you to “choose” from, many people do not know WHEN to start considering professional help. Maintaining your mental health by seeing a licensed professional has taken on such a negative social stigma. Even admitting to yourself that you may need more help with a particular issue than solely the venting…
Start
Prev
1
amazon ad