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Shades of Pink Magazine

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Chicken Skin and Other Indignities
Deborah Fairchild Hansen Chicken Skin and Other Indignities

Chicken Skin and Other Indignities...

OK, what's with the chicken skin? I'm serious. Nobody warned me about this, just like they never warned me abo [ ... ]

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Five Tips About Hot Cars
Contributing WriterFive Tips About Hot Cars

1. Park in the Shade
Walk a few extra steps if you can park under a tree. If you can't park in the shade, pick the best direction – the front of your [ ... ]

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Destination Weddings
Contributing WriterDestination Weddings

Destination weddings are continually growing in popularity, with the number of couples choosing to exchange their vows on a tropical sandy beach inste [ ... ]

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In the Pink with Breast Cancer: Symptoms and Scree...
Virginia Pillsbury

A dear friend of mine is a three-year breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with stage 0 breast cancer as a result of her annual screening mammogr [ ... ]

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Miche – It’s All about the Bag
Virginia Pillsbury

Purses, handbags, pocketbooks. All shapes, sizes and personalities. If you are like me, you might have a stockpile of purses that you don’t really [ ... ]

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In the Pink with Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Virginia PillsburyIn the Pink with Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer used to be talked about in hushed tones. Now we devote the month of October to breast cancer awareness and pink abounds everywhere – f [ ... ]

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Women – we are all about change.

We are notorious for believing that a change will make us "feel better".

We change the furniture, our hair color and our hairdressers. 
We change  purses and shades of lipstick. 

And sometimes we change our face.  We check out Botox or visit a plastic surgeon; we try  a new face cream.  We just can't stand those wrinkles.

And sometimes those changes work.

At Shades of Pink Magazine, we have decided it's time for a little face lift.  Our publisher, Trudy Pascucci, our webmasters, Bobbi  Nagle and Dani Nagle and two of our writers, Virginia Pillsbury and Paula Suhey have been working toward putting a new face on this magazine…

Watch for the changes…we think you will like them.