These days, a pen is often a touch screen stylus and text is considered to be a verb, but sending a handwritten card or letter is a true sign of style.
Studies show that having pets in the workplace can be a win-win for both employees and for the company for which they work.
Unexpected embellishments can make your personal style pop this spring.
For truly distinctive and thoughtful gifts, take advantage of Black Friday savings at unique Sacramento small businesses.
One Yuba City woman used an item she had lying around the home to create custom jewelry.
Pride parades give you an opportunity to showcase your vibrant personality. These shops will provide the creative clothing you need to put together outfits for any pride celebration you choose to attend.
They made you chicken soup when you were sick, they folded your laundry when you brought it home from college, they nursed broken bones back to health. Mothers everywhere deserve a round of applause for all of the hard work and time that they put into raising kids. Show your mother just how much you appreciate her efforts by picking out the perfect gift for her.
Bent wires, missing beads and broken charms don’t have to signal the end of a piece of jewelry. Learn where to find the best places near Sacramento to give your favorite gems new life so you can look your best and feel polished.
Come spring, all focus will be on the female silhouette. Highlighting unexpected erogenous zones (collar bones and ankles galore) and adding cheerful pops of color will become the norm, shifting the spotlight onto anything dainty and delicate.
We all do it; waiting until the last minute seems to be part of human nature. Some people thrive under the pressure of a deadline while others panic. If you find yourself in the latter […]
After a long day in the office, getting ready for a date night should be quick and effortless. To prepare for cocktails with Mr. Right, wear a simple outfit to work that you can dress […]
As their website proclaims, time spent at the Sacramento Antique Faire is “part adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt.” The best advice is to make sure you arrive early, bring single dollar bills and something to transport your newfound riches home in.