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Sometimes, we all feel like we need a miracle. We’re stuck in a career that’s going nowhere, or a relationship that’s going nowhere… or no relationship at all. Some of us want to be mothers but motherhood eludes us. Or we’re feeling like we’re out of shape or out of sync with those around us….
I know what you’re thinking.
I can read it on your face… the distracted smile, the unconvincing nod, the slightly furrowed brow…Read More »
Joint Study Finds PANKs® – “Professional Aunts No Kids” –
Spend $9 Billion on Toys and Gifts for Children Annually
23 million untapped “Savvy Aunties” are primed to be engaged by brands
at the holiday gift-giving season and all year-round
– Savvy Auntie® and Weber Shandwick Research ‘The Power of the PANK’ –
NEW YORK, December 3, 2012 – A new joint national study released today by Savvy Auntie and Weber Shandwick with KRC Research reveals that PANKs – or Professional Aunts No Kids – are a sizeable segment of younger women with disposable income, dynamic influence, and a digitally-connected lifestyle, primed and ready to be engaged by brands. Yet, this powerful market remains virtually untapped…Read More »
“Where are the men?” my girlfriend clamored as our cocktails arrived. “Lately, the guys I’ve met are wishy-washy when it comes to planning the date. If we meet in my area of town, they ask me to pick the venue because they don’t know the area – like Yelp isn’t a thing. And when I offered the last guy restaurant suggestions, he asked what kind of food they serve. What kind of man asks a woman out and makes her not only plan the date, but make sure he’s comfortable with the cuisine, too?”Read More »
If you’re like me, and always aspired and expected to be a mother, Mother’s Day, and the days that precede it, can be a heavy time. With continuous Mother’s Day promotions and news stories featuring moms of all ages, shapes and sizes (“It’s the hardest job in the world!”), the day can make us feel left out and less-than. For some, Mother’s Day is a harsh reminder that the dream of motherhood has not (yet) come true.Read More »