Big Summer

We all have that one friend we are no longer in touch with for reasons best known to us, but we still think about them from time to time.  For Daphne Berg, Drue Cavanaugh was that one person she had extricated from her life long ago but not fully from her mind. When Drue barges... Continue Reading →

The Magical Language of Others

Mothers and daughters, they are a complicated lot, aren't they? They are the best of friends, harshest of critics, closest of confidantes, keeper of each other's secrets and much, much more. It is one of the most beautiful familial bonds that evolve at each stage of the relationship. My own relationship with my mother is... Continue Reading →

More Than Enough: Claiming Space For Who You Are (No Matter What They Say)

I loved, loved, loved this book. What an impactful and thought  - provoking read it was! Everyone knows Elaine Welteroth as an award winning journalist and the youngest Editor in Chief in Condè Nast history.  But very few know about her rise to the top. In her powerful and searingly honest memoir, Elaine opens up... Continue Reading →

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