A month ago, the Chicks shared what we love and miss about our hometowns. This week, we take a look at the flip side of that, and share what we don’t miss. Advertisements
Moving Day – nightmare or new start? Maybe both. The Chicks share their own moving stories and lessons learned. Procure pre-assembled boxes. Measure twice before lifting that heavy, oversized sofa. Even treasures can be lost in transit, and found much, much later. And a word to the wise: tightly seal all the condiments.
re you ready for some football? We’re hearing big cheers from some of the Chicks–and maybe a few jeers and unprintables from the “cheep” seats. But whether you’re a fan or foe of pigskin games, ’tis the sporting season – so read on and take it away, C-H-I-C-K-S!!!!
You can’t wear white after Labor Day. Right? From being fashionably late to embracing sentence fragments, the Chicks share what common fashion, etiquette and grammar rules we dare to break.
School’s in! All the Facebook photos of first day of high school and dropping kids off to college have the Chicks strolling down memory lane. Read on for some of our favorite memories from our freshman years.
To celebrate the release of Lisa’s newest book, Fashionably Late, we’re talking about our own personal fashion faux pas. (Fun fact: “faux pas” is spelled the same for both singular and plural, although it is pronounced differently so you don’t get the two confused.) Tell us yours in the comments below!
Last Friday’s Facebook Party celebrating the launch of Lisa Q. Mathews’s new book FASHIONABLY LATE was amazing. If you missed it, you can catch all the highlights on our Facebook Events page. Read on to learn more about the latest book in The Ladies Smythe & Westin Series that’s out now! Here’s what it’s …