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Publishers Blog July 2024 | Accepting Help is an Admirable Trait

Accepting Help is an Admirable Trait In this month's issue of Today's Woman, we celebrate the winners of the 2024 Most Admired Woman Awards, each embodying the strength, resilience, and grace we all aspire to. As we honor these exceptional women, I want to reflect on a trait that is often overlooked but is profoundly admirable: the ability to accept help. For many strong, independent women, the idea of accepting help can feel like an admission of weakness. We are taught to be self-reliant, to solve our problems on our own, and to view [...]

By |July 16, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Publishers Blog June 2024 | Don’t Let Your Dreams Expire The Lemon Bar Lesson

Don't Let Your Dreams Expire The Lemon Bar Lesson Sometimes life gives us lemons, and sometimes it gives us lemon bar mix. Recently, I decided to bake lemon bars with my granddaughter, a sweet treat we’d both been looking forward to making together. As I reached for the box of mix that had been sitting on my pantry shelf for over a year, my excitement turned to disappointment when I discovered it was no longer good. That box of lemon bar mix, bought with the intention of creating a joyful memory, had silently expired [...]

By |June 24, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Publishers Blog May 2024 | Remembering Jordan A Tribute to Courage and Resilience in the Face of Loss

Remembering Jordan A Tribute to Courage and Resilience in the Face of Loss In the quiet suburbs of Louisville, Kentucky, a heartrending story of love, loss, and courage unfolds—a story that resonates deeply in the heart of anyone who has witnessed the struggle of mental illness up close. Stephanie Renner, a mother recently bereaved by the loss of her son, Jordan, to suicide, embodies a resilience that is both inspiring and instructive, particularly during Mental Health Awareness Month. Jordan William Gilford, born on July 23, 2005, in Lexington, Kentucky, was a vibrant and brilliant young [...]

By |May 22, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Publishers Blog April 2024 | Embracing Transformation: Derby Inspired: from Cocoon to Splendor

How many times have you found yourself in the cocoon stage, ladies? You know that phase of transformation where you’re prepping for the grand reveal? As we step into the vibrant season of the Derby, it’s impossible not to draw parallels between our Derby fashion frenzy—from selecting the perfect hat to the finest shoes—and the constant metamorphosis we undergo in the various stages of womanhood. Just as we meticulously plan our Derby Day ensemble, we, too, craft and recraft our identities and dreams with each new season of life. The journey from caterpillar to butterfly [...]

By |April 9, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Publishers Blog March 2024 | Redefining Value: Here’s to all the Fallen Girls

In a world where historical narratives often glorify male strength and dominance, it's essential to pause and reflect on the intrinsic value of every individual, regardless of gender. As I sat contemplating the significance of having a granddaughter, I couldn't help but confront the unsettling reality of how society has long prioritized boys over girls. Throughout history, the preference for male offspring has been deeply ingrained in many cultures. Sons were seen as heirs, protectors, and carriers of family legacies, while daughters were often undervalued, viewed as burdens, or even subjected to infanticide in extreme [...]

By |March 26, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|

Ego Driven vs Purpose Driven: Navigating Motivation in Today’s World

Tawana Bain In the hustle and bustle of modern life, it's all too easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of ego-driven motivations. We're bombarded with images of success, achievement, and competition, often leading us to measure our worth against others. But amidst this sea of external validation, it's crucial to pause and reflect on what truly drives us: ego or purpose? As the publisher of Today's Woman, I've encountered countless stories of women navigating the delicate balance between ego-driven ambitions and purpose-driven pursuits. It's a topic that resonates deeply with me, as I [...]

By |February 29, 2024|Digital Exclusives, Publisher's Blog|
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