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Skin Deep

December 8, 2016 — Treat yourself to some of the most hydrating, rejuvenating and potent moisturizers, serums and sunscreens advocated by local skin care experts. »By Kirsten Dobroth  »Photography by Justin Q. McCarty Intraceuticals Rejuvenate Moisture Binding Cream Give your skin a boost in the fight against dehydration with […]

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Love Your Guts

December 8, 2016 — Keep the colony of bacteria living in your gut in balance for good overall physical and mental health »By  Kirsten Dobroth  »photos by dominique taylor Our bodies are beautiful and intricately complicated vessels, and our gut is no different. Increasingly, the importance of our gut […]

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Between The Covers

December 8, 2016 — Pick a book, gather a few friends and voila — a book club is born »By Heather Hower »photos By dominique taylor Book clubs are a great way to make new friends, reconnect with old friends, read authors you might otherwise snub your nose at […]

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Taste the Rainbow

December 8, 2016 — Yeti's Grind owner and competitive athlete Tara Picklo keeps looking up   »by kim fuller »photos by dominique taylor You may have seen Tara Picklo zoom by you on a mountain bike, her petite form pushed forward by strong legs and rainbow spandex. Sometimes — more […]

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Estate Planning

December 8, 2016 — Despite the finality of the term 'last will and testament,' estate planning is an evolving process that should be addressed periodically »By Kimberly Nicoletti Fifty-five percent of adults in the U.S. do not have their affairs in order: they don't even have a basic will. […]

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Winter Radiance

December 8, 2016 — At-home remedies for the skin and hair to combat winter's dry, cold effects »By Kirsten Dobroth They say all living creatures need to drink water at altitude in order to stay healthy and hydrated, and the body's hair and skin are no different. Parched tresses […]

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From the Inside Out

December 8, 2016 — Mindful HearTribe is creating a network of positive, confident mountain women By Kirsten Dobroth Photography by Dominique Taylor  •  Illustrations by Carly Arnold The women of the Vail Valley are fierce — they ski, hike, bike, camp and work, and are frequently mothers, girlfriends or […]

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Women Leading Sustainability

December 8, 2016 — Women are championing the green movement by leading businesses to ‘Eco Certification’ »by Kimberly Nicoletti  Megan Gilman, co-owner of Active Energies, Inc., entered college as an idealistic mechanical engineer, but the job description didn't quite spark her passion. She wanted to make a tangible difference […]

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Spa Stop

December 8, 2016 — Boutique salons and day spas let you retreat from busy into bliss      »By Kim Fuller  »Photos by Dominique Taylor There's a special feeling on the days when you carve out a couple hours that are all your own, especially when you can fill […]

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Break Time

December 8, 2016 — Putting 'real life' on pause for an hour, afternoon or overnight is good for the soul — and personal sanity »by Heather Hower A break can reinvigorate the soul and make us all better moms, wives, friends — women. A weekend away isn't always an […]

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Weighty Goals

December 8, 2016 — Strength training is an important part of lifelong fitness for women »By Traci J. Macnamara At the GOAT Training gym in Edwards, bands of light filter in through an open garage-style door to illuminate squat racks, kettle bells and free weights that fill the room, […]

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Think (Inside) the Box

December 8, 2016 — Do the kids want a break from all of that beautiful skiing? For an outdoors-oriented community, the Vail Valley has a lot of indoor options  »by Heather Hower Despite the 10,000 skiable acres in Eagle County, sometimes a kid needs a break from all that […]

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The Breast Debate

December 8, 2016 — Sonnenalp Breast Center maintains support for annual screenings beginning at 40 Breast screening saves lives — we all know it. The question is when to start and how long to screen. The American Cancer Society (ACS) recently changed its long-standing guidelines for breast diagnostics, now […]

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On The Sauce

December 8, 2016 — Brighten up the dinner table with a flavorful, vibrant sauce atop your favorite go-to standards like grilled meats and veggies By Kim Fuller and Wren Bova – Photography by Dominique Taylor Sometimes, just doing whatever it takes to get out the door in the morning […]

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Change Just One Thing

December 8, 2016 — Achieve a new look in a room without a complete redesign   »by Kimberly Nicoletti You don't need to completely overhaul your home to make a difference. Sometimes, it just takes one change. The most important consideration is: What element would create the biggest impact? Of […]

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Get Up Women Who Race

November 14, 2016 — First or last, just go out and do it — even if you're over 40 I have a vivid memory of gliding down a single-track trail, through fields of wildflowers racing a half-marathon on Vail Mountain. In reality, I probably was just hobbling along, not […]

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That Youthful Glow

November 14, 2016 — What to do daily, monthly and even annually to keep your skin healthy and happy There's a certain "mountain man" look that develops slowly, as each eye crease sketches its way deeper into corners, after decades of squinting into high-elevation horizons. It's almost as if […]

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Double-duty Dinner

November 14, 2016 — Chef Kelly Liken shares her secrets for cooking once and eating two (or three!) family meals With just a little planning and foresight, you can fire up the oven or grill to cook once and eat two or three very different meals. For busy families […]

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Mountain Dogs

November 14, 2016 — Gear for the canine living the Rocky Mountain lifestyle Sidecar, dogcar? The Leon Engineering bike tow leash allows dogs to run while their owners ride. The bar trains dogs to stay in the heel position, and prevents them from tipping over the bike, impaling themselves […]

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Colorado’s Wage Gap

November 14, 2016 — Equal Pay in Colorado Would Grow the State's Economy by $9.2 billion The Women's Foundation of Colorado (WFCO) continues to be the only community foundation in the state dedicated to the economic self-sufficiency of women, girls and their families. WFCO builds resources — including research, […]

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