Glamour


I Elect the Cocktail Party

It’s time for a third choice.

An Interview with Chief

Marking the occasion of our 30th anniversary with a test—I mean questionnaire.

What I Did on My Summer Vacation

Hint: It involves the art of the Gin and Tonic.

Feeling Lucky

I was at party, recently, engaged in a conversation with some acquaintances I hadn’t seen in a while when I saw him walking up. He came right up to me and stopped.

Brain Freeze

By Lee Ann “Sunny” Brown

Mom’s Confessions

I know that as moms, we are not supposed to have a favorite. But let’s be honest—we also know that we do.

Daydream Believer

I always have enjoyed a little flirting. And April is the biggest flirt of all.

Fit to be Tired

I received a Fitbit for a Christmas present (I’m still trying to figure out the message behind that one), and it’s trying to kill me.

Forbidden Love

I remember my first time. I was alone in my bedroom, and I was nervous and scared. After all, it had always been made explicitly clear to me—in the vaguest of terms—that something terrible would happen to me if I ever did anything like what I was about to do.

Joinaphobia

Usually, at the beginning of each month, I decide on a new word that is going to be my “Word of the Month.” This month, my new word is joinaphobia.

The $3,000 Gingerbread House

I guess I’m just a sucker for kits: painting kits, make-your-own-candle kits, scrapbook kits, compost kits, you name it—if it has the word “kit” in it, it just sounds like fun. I guess that could explain why one Christmas several years ago I bought into the idea of a make-your-own-gingerbread-house kit.