Thursday, June 21, 2018

Kim says: “Choose a Window that Saves You Money.”

Sponsored by Window World
Written By Tiffany White


Do your homework before starting a home remodeling project in order to save money every month your heating and cooling bills. Kim Foster, owner of Window World, has turned her business into a one-stop shop for clients who want more than windows. The company offers siding, doors, gutters, and roofing as part of its exterior home remodeling service.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Libby Rush’s Work Wardrobe

By Marie Bradby
Libby Rush, vice president for residential interior design at Bittners, gravitates toward a tailored,
clean-cut style with her clothes. Photos by Sunni Wigginton

Interior designer Libby Rush says juggling jobs in Florida and San Francisco keeps her work interesting and exciting. Her travel jobs “always generate from a Louisville connection,” says Libby, vice president for residential interior design for the design house Bittners. “It’s nice making a reconnection [with out-of-town] clients that I have worked with previously in Louisville.

Monday, June 18, 2018

It’s a Most Admired Woman Celebration You Can’t Miss



Be part of the excitement as we celebrate our Most Admired Woman winners on June 26 at the Olmsted. Listen to their inspirational stories and feel empowered to be a better version of yourself. You can purchase your ticket here. We hope to see you there!

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Where Cool Moms Take Their Teens on Spring Break

By Megan M. Seckman
A big part of Debbie's attraction to New Orleans is its lively music scene. 
Debbie Graf’s love affair with New Orleans all started with a hippie-drummer boyfriend. His band had a piano on wheels that they would roll onto Royal Street and fill the humid southern air with ragtime melodies. As passersby tossed loose change and dollar bills into open guitar cases, Debbie felt completely alive.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Nothing Canned, Boxed…A Long-Ago Diet Change Has Proven Helpful

By Ashli Findley


For 74-year-old Linda Linker, a lifelong change in diet began in 1973. Her two daughters were in first and third grades at the time. The older was displaying issues with reading and writing, oftentimes seeing things backward and writing things upside down. The younger daughter’s issues were relegated to hearing; she couldn’t differentiate between certain phonetics. Both girls also suffered from frequent ear infections.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Do You Know Someone Who Deserves This Award?



Show us your innovation and you — or someone you nominate — could be one of our Today’s Transitions Innovation Award winners. The Today’s Transitions Innovation Award is given to companies and individuals who are developing cutting-edge techniques that improve the quality of life and healthcare for older adults. The winners will be featured in the winter issue of Today’s Transitions and November issue of Today’s Woman. Submit your nomination by August 10.
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