At the Pennies for the Homeless High Tea and Fashion Show last week, fashion filled the room – on the stage and off – as hundreds gathered for the elegant event.
On stage, attendees were regaled with a fashion show featuring the designs of Nha Khanh, but they were also looking pretty posh. Take a look at the Our Community photo gallery at abqjournalsage.com, the online edition of Sage magazine.
The event, in its 15th year, raises money for 25 nonprofits that help the homeless. You’ll see photos of co-founder Joseph Saavedra, emcee Carla Aragon and auction leader Terrie Q. Sayre, as well as many faces you may know. The event raised about $40,000.
From the Ask the Experts panel this week, read about how you can improve your relationship with your aging parents simply by updating the way you see them, from therapist Tamara Auger. “My old ideas about my mom need to change,” one client told Auger. “I’m still looking at my mom like I did 30 years ago.”
Over at Elizabeth Tawney Gross’ blog about organizing, it’s time to sort out and straighten up the makeup.
Real estate expert Tracy Venturi answers the question of whether you should put your house on the market during the holidays or wait until after the first of the year. The answer may surprise you.
Now We’re Cooking co-owner Nancy Herring tells you how to get the turkey ready for the big day. Also on the site, keep an eye out for more recipes for healthy and flavorful side dishes.
Marriage therapist John Thurman gives four tips for boosting your self-esteem.
The holiday calendar is lit up with craft and jewelry shows, cooking classes, fundraisers and extravaganzas.
Over at Sage magazine’s Facebook page, you can keep up with the latest women’s issue news, locally and internationally. Just “like” the page, and you’ll get it in your newsfeed.
Carolyn Flynn is the editor of Sage magazine, published quarterly in print and daily online at abqjournalsage.com. Find Sage on Facebook by typing in “Sage the Albuquerque Journal’s magazine for today’s woman” and “like” the page to get it in your newsfeed. You may reach the editor at 505-823-3870, email@example.com or through Facebook.