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Kicking off The Month of Friendship – Celebrate with me and my friends!

Published: August 30, 2010 | Last Updated: October 16, 2021 By | Reply Continue Reading

(More than a decade ago, Kappa Delta Sorority created Friendship Day and then turned it into a month-long of celebration of friendship, National Women’s Friendship Month. This year my blogger buddies are hopping on that moving train to celebrate The Month of Friendship.)   This first guest post in a weeklong series is written by […]

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Friendship by the Book: Nine Rooms of Happiness BOOK GIVEAWAY

Published: March 16, 2010 | Last Updated: April 2, 2016 By | 26 Replies Continue Reading

The Nine Rooms of Happiness: Loving Yourself, Finding Your Purpose, and Getting Over Life’s Little Imperfections (Hyperion Voice, 2010) offers straightforward strategies, or "pearls" of wisdom, for resolving relationship conflicts. One gem that particularly resonated with me was: "You can’t change them. You can change yourself." Having wasted incalculable time in my own youth trying […]

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Roll Out the Red Carpet: Oscar Party Advice

Published: February 24, 2010 | Last Updated: August 30, 2021 By | 1 Reply Continue Reading

Dawn Williams Bertuca and Tina VanZant Bishop are two talented women who juggle marriage, motherhood, and jobs. In the spare time they have left, they are virtual party planners extraordinaire. In 2005, they created www.GirlfriendCelebrations.com to foster female friendships on the internet, and to provide women with party ideas for girls’ nights in and girls’ […]

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Girls’ Nights on the Cheap: Staying Connected Without Spending a Fortune

Published: April 1, 2009 | Last Updated: June 10, 2020 By | Reply Continue Reading

Dawn Williams Bertuca and Tina VanZant Bishop are the Girlfriends-In-Chief at Girlfriend Celebrations, a website that provides original ideas for girlfriend gatherings. They founded the site in 2005, based on the premise that “Girlfriends Make Life Better.™” “Knowing that women tend to nurture others but not themselves, and that few women give themselves permission to […]

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