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Redbook Magazine's September Issue: I Did It For Us

Sharifa Murdock | Posted 10.28.2016 | Style
Sharifa Murdock

During the iconic cover girl era of the Naomi's, Tyra's and Cindy's, supermodels seemed untouchable. Only a select few with the right bone structure and symmetrical smile could ever have the chance to see themselves reflected in mainstream outlets. I never thought I'd be in their place one day.

Why It's Time We Start Celebrating Women, Not Labeling Them

Meredith Rollins | Posted 04.15.2017 | Women
Meredith Rollins

The conversation about body positivity -- embracing your figure, whether you're a size 4 or a size 4X -- has turned into a true cultural moment, with the buzz getting louder every day. Just think of the gorgeously curvy Ashley Graham on the groundbreaking cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, or the beautiful, proudly unretouched models in Aerie's ad campaigns.

7 Tips for Writers Looking for Lucky Breaks

Holly Robinson | Posted 05.30.2015 | Home
Holly Robinson

Crossing the threshold from unpublished to published author was a similar journey for me: I had to keep pounding on that door until, one crack at a time, it gave way. There was no one lucky break. It was more like a hundred of them.

Kids: To Have 'Em or Not?

Sheila Blagg | Posted 11.22.2014 | Divorce
Sheila Blagg

When both parties are on the same page in regard to the kids question (either in favor of kids or not), the new relationship experiences fewer bumps.

Why in the World the Average Woman Should Care About Fashion Shows

Jill Herzig | Posted 11.11.2013 | Women
Jill Herzig

Every season, I learn a little more about how this spectacle touches millions of women who will never find themselves in a darkened theater watching... clothes. Here's why the shows might actually matter to you, even if you think they don't:

Jill Herzig: Hey, Arianna and Sheryl, Got Any Advice For Me?

Jill Herzig | Posted 08.22.2013 | Women
Jill Herzig

I was impressed by both Lean In and the Third Metric Conference, though their messages seem contradictory. But I can't say that either one spoke directly to me as a mother of still-young children and a full-tilt businesswoman.

Kids Growing Up: How Wonderful and How Sad

Jill Herzig | Posted 07.13.2013 | Parents
Jill Herzig

I remember thinking as I was reading it, Well, this isn't a very original idea. Every mom goes through it, so what's the big deal? And then I found that I was crying.

My Remarkable Self-Publishing Story

E. O'Neill | Posted 01.05.2013 | Home
E. O'Neill

About a year ago, I was blogging on a topic that had defined me. I wrote my first blog for The Huffington Post, and now an agent is looking at the story as a potential film. How did this happen?

Leashes for Kids: Cruel or Kind?

Charlotte Hilton Andersen | Posted 11.13.2011 | Parents
Charlotte Hilton Andersen

What's more cruel: keeping your child close via a gentle Velcro tether or risking him run away in a parking lot and getting hit by the shuttle bus?

'Redbook' Editor-In-Chief: Men On Crave 'Emotional Connection' (VIDEO)

Huffington Post | Ashley Reich | Posted 05.29.2011 | Divorce

This month's issue of Redbook magazine, on newsstands now, features a story about two reporters--one male, one female--who went undercover on AshleyMa...