November 19, 2010

Advice from TLC’s style maven Stacy London

Stacy London is famous for transforming slovenly, dowdy and otherwise style-impaired women into color-coordinated, accessorized and age-appropriately dressed ladies on TLC’s popular show “What Not to Wear.” In November, she shared her expertise at Westfield Topanga’s Style Tour, hosting a fashion show featuring apparel from Westfield’s own stores – Forever 21, H&M, Bebe and Macy’s, to name a few – highlighting the season’s hottest fashions in wearable, affordable outfits.

A thicker wallet for the new year

Neal Frankle has worked as a certified financial planner for 25 years. A father of three daughters, Frankle and his wife regularly attend Chabad of Oak Park. He earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from San Diego State University, and is founder and president of Wealth Resources Group, a personal asset management and funds investment company based in Agoura Hills that serves more than 200 clients. Here Frankle shares tips for financial success from his book “Why Smart People Lose a Fortune,” as well as from his blog at wealthpilgrim.com.

Her pet project

Growing up, Eileen Smulson was perfectly happy not owning a dog. Unlike her pet-touting friends, she couldn’t connect with animals, least of all her family’s goldfish and baby turtle. She would hug her friends’ dogs out of courtesy – “for two seconds and that’s it,” she said.

A life coach’s seven key Steps to changing Your attitude and your life

Your attitude is the energy you are putting out into the world. Are you positive, upbeat and solution-oriented or negative, fearful and mean-spirited? Whatever it is, people can feel it. And what you put out determines, in large measure, what comes back to you. As you step into the new calendar year, then, changing your attitude is absolutely necessary if you want to improve your life.

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