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What Wardrobe Brings Her Success?

Angella Wilson wears lots of hats. She’s a management executive, a college teacher, a businesswoman, and a wife and mother.As program director for KentuckianaWorks, the workforce development board for the seven-county area, she provides strategic...

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Inspiration for an Outdoor Oasis

Get the look: Red pillows, Wendy Jane by Summer Classics; wicker chair by Kingsley Bate Furniture; blue chairs by Lane Venture; table and wood chair by Summer Classics; rug by Company C. Available at Digs Home and Garden.Colorful pillows, sleek furniture, and a little...

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At Home in Kentucky

A modern farmhouse was built around log cabins for the Inn at Spring Run Farm.Inside the beautifully restored Inn at Spring Run Farm, history literally lines the walls of this bed and breakfast located on Covered Bridge Road in Prospect, Kentucky. Along the stairwell,...

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Her (Derby) Work Wardrobe

Tonya Ramsey Abeln’s work wardrobe is all over the place. As director of community relations and president of the Churchill Downs Foundation for Churchill Downs, Inc., you might find her in mud boots on the backside, business attire at a community function, or in a formal gown at a Derby gala.

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Among the Trees

If Peggy Karman’s home were a poem, it would be When I Am Among the Trees by Mary Oliver. Perched high atop the tree canopy and overlooking a dry creek bed below, you wouldn’t fathom that this home was just minutes from downtown. From every room, stunning views of the forest below are all the eye sees. It is a refuge from the hustle and bustle of life outside this Mockingbird Valley home, and it is where Peggy feels at peace. She and her husband Rob refer to this space as their “nest,” and it is where she reflects on Oliver’s poignant poetry: “[to]…never hurry through the world but walk slowly, and bow often.”

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Annie Bender’s Work Wardrobe

“I loved to look at houses as a kid,” says Annie Bender, a real estate agent with K-9 Realty, a newly formed agency. “My parents would drive me around so I could look at houses. I liked the architecture. When someone is riding around with me looking at homes, I think, how great is it to do what I love.”

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Get Some Tips from Her Work Wardrobe

When it comes to her work wardrobe, Ylonda Davis prefers separates. “I love pieces just because you can interchange them,” says Ylonda, 46, who is director of finance and administration at the Leadership Louisville Center and a board member of the American Lung...

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