If it matters to you it matters to us
Ice Cream & Sammy
Good to be
Thank sgi tradit ving io & me ns nu!
Her Bad Mother’s Catherine Connors shares her inspiring story for every woman Create personalized gift wrap for every occasion! Tiger Moms
Drugstore Mascaras Celebrities Kevin Barry
Our panel tells it like it is what’s on their minds is probably on yours!
Celeb Makeup Artist & Stylist
Creating happiness for every parenting approach
Letter from Caroline By far, November is my favorite month (don’t tell June or October!) - firmly seated in the season of cooler weather with warm, cozy feelings stirring about fun-filled activities and get-togethers of the approaching holiday season. It’s all the romanticism before the onslaught of shopping, cooking, wrapping, finding babysitters, managing increasingly chock-full schedules while organizing travel ...I digress. It’s the promise of laughter, traditions, and memory-making, and thus a good time to take stock of our own selves and begin planning ahead so that once the holiday whirlwind comes we don’t feel overwhelmed (we can try!). I’m not an expert - which is why I created The Show & Tell Show, to ASK experts - I’m just like YOU (unless you’re an expert), working hard to do and be the best for my family and myself. In this month’s issue, we re-cap an episode covering topics of self-discovery, creating joy in our homes, celebrity beauty secrets and more. And starting this month, we include comments from an on-set viewer panel who provided their comments and questions about the information in our segments. We hope you enjoy it!
Caroline’s November To-Do List: 1) Finalize Thanksgiving travel plans (Yay: No cooking! Boo: Pre-travel prep!) 2) Re-visit school, work, and community calendars for Nov-Jan 3) Begin holiday shopping lists for family, friends, and those who help our family 4) Purge closets, refrigerator, and pantry of items that need to go and make room for the new 5) Get kids thinking about old toys to donate 6) Assess holiday decorations, gift wrap, bows and tape Question: What’s missing, and what tops YOUR November list? Tell us here.
Photo info: Caroline’s dress by Calvin Klein, shoes by Nine West, earrings by Kenneth Cole. Photo by Paloma Muniz Madruga. Makeup by Iliana Chavez. Director Chavel DeVine photobombing
About the Makeup by Iliana Chavez
To create this look I chose a matte base and crease area (theBalm Meet Matt(e)) to keep the look clean and blended and I add a nice shimmer on the lid area to still keep it fun(Urban Decay Naked Pallet).
“What advice would you give to your teenage self that you wish someone had given you?”
I would tell myself to stop spending so much time seeking the approval of others. Now that I’m older I can see what a waste of time it is to be anyone other than my true self.
I would say don’t worry so much about the future. There is so little we can do to control it, and worrying just takes time away from enjoying the present moment.
Flavia L, Falls Church, VA
Lin C., Bronxville, NY
Send us YOUR answers to our December question: “Where would be the ultimate destination for a girls’ vacation with your besties?” Share your answer here.
Rayne Parvis Our favorite style expert helps us out this month by moderating our November episode’s viewer panel AND sharing her holiday style essentials in our social media video series, airing on Facebook and Twitter later this month. Read more about Rayne here.
Laura Gail Diamond
Laura is a mother of four, an Ace Certified Personal Trainer, and instructor of Pilates and Hoop Fit. She has her own fitness DVD called Hoop@ home. and is a three-time recipient of IDEA WORLD Inspiration Medals.
Patricia is an award-winning author, internationally collected artist and lyricist who has lived in France, Denmark, Greece and Hungary. Formerly a cruise line executive, she uses her travel and experiences to inform her creative work. She is a proud aunt to her nieces and nephews and a second mom to many.
Monica is a working mom of two girls who believes that access and opportunity to higher education for girls and under-served populations is key to success and personal satisfaction. Monica serves on a nonprofit board supporting women in reaching their educational and business goals. She enjoys cooking and travel to new places.
Ice Cream and Sammy from Bunny World Foundation
Bunny World Foundation (BWF) is an ALL-Volun-
teer, non-profit 501(c) 3 animal welfare organization founded in 2008 in Los Angeles, California. Set up to promote (Shelter) Equity and Equality for Rabbits, BWF’s mission is to combat animal cruelty, illegal animal sales, exploitation and neglect of all animals, through rescue efforts, public education, investigations, legislation, special events, and media attention.
Ice Cream and Sammy were rescued from Los Angeles Animal Services. In the last three months, BWF has pulled 70 bunnies from shelters at high-risk for being euthanized. You can learn more about the work BWF does locally, nationally and globally at bunnyworldfoundation.org
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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In Every Issue
In this Issue Tiger vs. Kitten Happiness Author Ivy Sun shares her advice for creating family joy
What are YOUR Thanksgiving traditions? We went out in the community to ask
Profile: Her Bad Mother’s Catherine Connors The writer and entrepreneur shares
for every parenting approach
how Today’s Woman makes Thanksgiving special
her story of advocacy for women and girls
Holiday Style Essentials Rayne Parvis takes Caroline to TAGS boutique to look at the
Make it Personal! Blogger Dianuh Kim of Chasing Linen teaches us how to personalize
coming holiday season’s style must-haves
Letter from Caroline
Contributors 3 Pet Mascot
From our Inbox
Contest & Giveaway
gifts for every occasion
Thanksgiving Menu - Quick & Easy Style! Le Cordon Bleu Los Angeles’ Chef
Drugstore Mascaras Loved by Celebrities Our favorite celeb makeup & style
Richard Hanna shares recipes for a gold-standard menu that allows time to enjoy your guests too
expert Kevin Barry gives us the down-low
BUNNY FACT: A baby rabbit is called a kit (or kitten).
Tiger vs Kitten Moms Creating Joyful Families for Every Approach
2) Give up pride for empathy. “Listening is harder than
Mothers around the world want the very best for their children. With the spectrum ranging from Tiger Mom’s demanding, rigid training motivated by high expectations toward the mother’s goals for the child, to Kitten Mom’s passive, childled approach, Caroline spoke with Ivy Sun, educator and co-author of Practice Happiness: 7 Habits of Joyful Living, and asked for her advice for creating a happy home no matter which parenting approach you choose. “Every child is different, every family is different. What matters most is not the approach but the relationship. Once you have a good relationship with the child, things will be easier.” Ivy discussed three of the seven habits from her book.
1) Provide time and space. “You don’t want to live in a
pressure cooker all the time,” says Ivy who tells a story about a 4-year-old girl who struggled with her parents about brushing her teeth before bedtime. The young girl became increasingly upset, as did the parents. Ivy says, for the sake of the relationship, the parents should have released their focus on the goal to realize the girl was not opposed to brushing her teeth but was simply too tired to do so at that moment.
3) Maintain balance. “If you
walk and lose your balance, you fall and get hurt. If there’s a chemical imbalance in your body, you get sick. If you have an emotional or spiritual imbalance, it’s the same,” explains Ivy. To watch the video of Ivy Sun’s segment click here. To read more on these habits and the rest of Ivy’s parenting advice, find Practice Happiness: 7 Habits of Joyful Living.
“I agree with all of Ivy’s points – especially maintaining physical and emotional balance. It is so important – for the role of a mom, and also for yourself as a woman.”
speaking,” Ivy says. “And parents need to listen not just with their ears but with their eyes and their hearts.” For the girl who didn’t want to brush her teeth, Ivy advises the parents to recognize the child’s feeling first by saying,” I understand that you are tired.” instead of lecturing the importance of dental hygiene, and forcing the child to brush.
“I really identify with the importance of listening. As an aunt, I love that my nieces and nephews come to me to be listened to in a way that parents sometimes can’t or don’t”
Monica: “I’m a mom raising two girls. I’m a strong woman, I want my daughters to feel strong. But I also want them to feel loved, and I also want them to know that there are expectations. So balance is very important to me.”
Which one are you? Tell us here
Tiger/Wolf Makes strong demands of children, eliciting harsh punishments for disobedience and failure, and uses interdependence to motivate desired behavior. Dolphin Sets expectations and rules but also encourage creativity and independence, making efforts to be a positive role model.
JJellyfish/Kitten Indulges children without holding fast to boundaries for impulses, rules, and expectations. Rabbit Raises kids without rules, with little oversight, allowing children to make their own mistakes and self-motivate their own achievement.
What are YOUR Thanksgiving traditions?
Our investigative reporter Maurine Nuezca Loria went out in the community to learn how Today’s Woman (like you, and us!) will be spending the holiday.
What special activity do you do on Thanksgiving? What is your signature Thanksgiving dish?
“My dad and I do the Turkey Trot Race every year” - Quran Shaheed
“We hike on Thanksgiving morning” – Loretta Weeks “I Make a green bean casserole every year and bring to my husband’s familyI make it because it’s my favorite dish and my husband’s family doesn’t know how to make it” – Theresa DeBellis “We have a contest of who can break the wishbone” – Diana Santos
“I always cook the turkey with the stuffing in it – I’ve been doing that for 60, 70 years and no one has ever died – at least not after eating the stuffing!“ – Madge Sweeney
When do you start shopping for holiday gifts?
“I start in September – I’m already done!” – Lonnie Kemp
“We’re from Guatemala, so we make turkey Guatemalan style with green beans and carrots” – Francis Estrada
“I buy gifts throughout the year. If I cant find something they’ll like – gift certificates!” – Zora Yousseri
“I’m a last-minute lady.” – Danielle Puterbaugh
BUNNY FACT: Rabbits have nearly 360° panoramic vision, allowing them to detect predators from all directions
Which pie do you eat on Thanksgiving? Pecan 18% Apple 31% Pumpkin 51% Which is the most important Thanksgiving side? Mashed potatoes 38% Cranberry sauce 6% Yams 6% Green bean casserole 7% Mac & cheese 9% Stuffing 34% Canned cranberry sauce or homemade? Canned all the way 42% Homemade 58% Poll source: Buzzfeed, 2014
Today’s “Bad” Mother Changing the World for Young Girls
When Catherine Connors started Her Bad Mother – one of Time magazine’s Top 25 Blogs of 2012 – she was at a career crossroads. A high-performing academic with plans for fast-tracking to the upper echelons of her university, her ambitions derailed after she gave birth to her daughter. The unexpected intrinsic priority shift caught her off-guard and caused her to seek community online where she discovered the then-new platform of parenting blogs. Her life was forever changed. Her Bad Mother became Catherine’s medium, where her voice represented an emerging movement of women who rejected the notion of needing to fulfill society’s expectation of motherhood perfection. Catherine’s unique voice and success with Her Bad Mother caught the attention of Babble.com, leading to her role as head of content for Disney Interactive. Cultural shifts ensued…
the corporate world, Catherine says, “I became aware of the world I wanted to create for my kids, especially for my daughter, and what I wanted to do in order to bring that into effect myself. I’ve proven to myself that if I ever want to go back down that road again I can.” Catherine inspires us to allow our careers to evolve as we grow as individuals, and to create the change we want to see in the world. Watch the entire video with Catherine Connors here. Be on the lookout for Project Maverick coming soon from Demeter Media, and visit Her Bad Mother.
1) Team USA Gymnasts 2) My Mom 3) Beyoncé Knowles 4) Michelle Obama 5) Other family member
Inspired to touch the lives of new audiences; Catherine has since formed her own company Demeter Media to develop a new project that asks “What if we raised a generation of maverick girls…to be innovators, rebels, and entrepreneurs?” Of leaving
Top 5 Role Models for Young Girls Today
Who was your biggest inspiration during your childhood? Share your answer here. (Source: CPMO survey of girls age 7-12, Oct. 2016)
“I put away the thought that I can do it all and have it all, all at the same time. You do need help. You need to set expectations that you’re only one person, and you have to prioritize. Kids need to know that you have a life outside the home.”
“Every choice we make comes with great reward but also sacrifices. I think that we have to ask ourselves what it is that we really want, and at the end of the day we have to be comfortable with our own decisions.”
“How you are as a mother not only provides role modeling for daughters but also shows our sons how to behave toward their future wives and daughters…If you don’t feed yourself first, you can’t emotionally feed your family.”
BUNNY FACT: A female rabbit is called a doe and male rabbit is called a buck
Holiday Style Essentials with Rayne Parvis
November means it’s time to start prepping for the holiday party season! Our favorite style expert Rayne Parvis took Caroline to uber-chic TAGS boutique in West Hollywood for an overview of the coming holiday season’s fashion must-haves.
NECKLACES Layered and wraparound necklaces like these work equally well with LBDs and more casual looks. Look for subdued colors, metallic, and leather.
RINGS Make a statement or keep it subtle – this season’s trends include something for every look you’re going for. A great way to compliment your holiday manicure!
BRACELETS If you prefer to show off your wrists, sparkles, faux-reptile and bangle looks are this season’s biggest hits. Mix them together for a textured look.
CLOTHING SPARKLE The safest place for your bling is right on your clothing! Check out these great ideas for shimmer and shine that take you from day to night.
VELVET There’s never a better time to indulge in velvet than the holiday season. Deep golds, purples and greens add to the spectrum of light-catching possibilities.
Now WHERE is that LBD? These adorable and affordable dresses work as elegant stand-alone pieces or non-competing backdrops for your holiday bling.
Adrianna Papell Lace Corset Dress, $63; at Amazon
Bailey 44 Duchess of the Moor Long-Sleeve Dress, $218; at Neiman Marcus
Trina Turk Sleeveless Dress with Cutout Detail, $96.47; at Lord & Taylor
Bunny Fact: More than half of the world’s rabbits live in North America.
BB Dakota Corella Chiffon Long Sleeve Dress, $88; at Revolve Clothing
Maison Scotch Tulle Cross Front Mini Dress,$231; at Revolve Clothing
Look for our Holiday Style Essentials videos on Facebook and Twitter this month! TAGS Boutique, 8720 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, and also in NYC! www.TAGS.com
Make it Personal!
Create unique details and customized gift-wrap for every occasion
Save time and money by making your own gift wrap with materials around your home: • Maps • Wax paper • Calendar pages • Newspaper • Fabric • Brown paper bags • Colored cling wrap • Clay flower pots • Art/photo book pages • Colorful tissue paper
We asked Dianuh Kim, head designer and owner of custom stationer Chasing Linen, to share an easy way to add a personalized touch to our gift wrapping this holiday season and beyond. She showed us how to make tassels with washi tape, which you can buy in a variety of colors and designs from most craft and stationary stores.
3. Tie a string in the middle and double-knot to secure.
4. Fold them in half and add another piece of washi tape to secure tassel.
What you’ll need: Scissors, washi tape, twine, gift tag and your present! Follow these steps to create your tassels:
6. Once your washi tape tassel is complete, use the left over string to tie into your gift wrap, and voila!
for gifts Versatile, this works easy! for every occasion. And
Learn more about Chasing Linen at www.chasinglinen.com/blog/ and @chasinglinen
Last, tie gift tags to tassels.
You can watch Dianuh Kim’s DIY segment here. All paper and supplies for this segment were provided by Paper Mart. www.papermart.com and @papermart
5. To make your tassel look more full, cut each tape in the middle length-wise.
1. Measure your washi tape and cut in 5 inches in length. Fold in half so sticky sides are facing each other.
2. Repeat until you have 12-15 strips then stack them on top of one another into one neat gather.
You can download free gift tags from Dianauh’s blog: www.chasinglinen.com/blog/
This is so creative and fun!
Bunny Fact: Rabbits alert others to the presence of danger by thumping their hind legs.
Being a mom of four kids, I think this is a great way to have your kids help with wrapping.
Bunny Fact: A well cared for house rabbit that has been spayed or neutered early in life has a life expectancy of 8 to 12 years of age.
Quick & Easy Thanksgiving Menu to Satisfy Your Most Discerning Gourmet
For our November social media video series, Caroline visited with Chef Richard Hanna from Le Cordon Bleu Los Angeles to learn how to cook a gourmet-caliber Thanksgiving menu that will allow you time to visit with guests outside the kitchen!
Butternut Squash Soup This recipe calls for only six ingredients: butternut squash, an onion, garlic, broth, salt and pepper. 30 minutes in the oven, then 20 minutes simmering on the stove. Done!
Traditional Cranberry Chutney A gorgeous and aromatic dish you’ll be so proud you made yourself! Combine cranberries, oranges, cinnamon sticks, clove, sugar, and water; simmer for 20 minutes, remove cinnamon sticks, oranges and cloves. Voila!
Roasted Cauliflower with Mushrooms This delicious and flavorful dish couldn’t be easier: toss together cauliflower, mushrooms, shallots, garlic, vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper; 30 minutes in the oven. Check!
Spaghetti Squash This is a dish that practically makes itself. After cutting the squash in half, roast for 30 minutes, add melted butter, salt and pepper. So quick! So easy!
Thanksgiving Prep Timetable
Roasted Turkey with Stuffing and Fingerling Potatoes This is the dish you begin and end your day with. Start by washing or brining your turkey (don’t forget to remove the giblets!). Combine stuffing ingredients, soften on the stovetop, then fill the turkey. Season turkey with salt and pepper, drizzle with olive oil, place atop a bed of carrots in a pan to keep from sticking to the bottom. Place in oven and roast according to turkey weight. Toss fingerling potatoes with shallots, garlic, vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper. When turkey is one hour from finish, add potatoes to turkey pan. Pour yourself a glass of wine and mingle!
Part or all of each dish in this menu can be made in advance – earlier in the day or days ahead. Get the recipes and info on Chef Hanna from our website, and be sure to watch this video series on Facebook and Twitter this month!
Are you hosting Thanksgiving for the first time? Not the first time but still fine-tuning your logistics? We love this schedule from Food Network that lays the groundwork for a stress-free Turkey Day: 1 Month Before: Finalize Guest List; Plan Your Menu 3 Weeks Before: Get Your Gear; Create a Shopping List; Order a Turkey; Shop for Drinks 2 Weeks Before: Clean Out Your Freezer; Make and Freeze Pie Dough, or an Entire Apple Pie; Decide on Décor; Freeze Homemade Stock; Freeze Rolls 1 Week Before: Shop for Non-Perishables; Prepare a Cooking Schedule and Create a Seating Plan; Freeze Soup; Plan Ahead for Leftovers; Pick Up Your Turkey
Drugstore Mascaras Celebrities LOVE!! We got the down-low in our Kevin Barry Minute
Great Lash “Lots of Lashes”: Who loves it: Karlie Kloss Why: It has a soft wand that really reaches the baby hairs that haven’t grown out fully yet.
Kevin says “When you’re a ce-
lebrity, sometimes you just need a mascara at 5am for a shoot or appearance – Saks Fifth Avenue and specialty beauty supply shops won’t be open, but many drugstores like CVS and Duane Reade are open 24/7!”
Great Lash Clear: Who loves it: Every celebrity makeup artist uses it for their clients Why: It’s great for men’s grooming, eyebrows – it gives great shine and draws attention to detail
Here are the drugstore mascaras that some of today’s hottest celebs are wearing.”
Revlon, Ultimate All-in-One: Who loves it: Olivia Wilde, Why: The wand is engineered with a solid structure to do it all – it thickens, lengthens , and gets you ready to appear on your very own HBO show (like Olivia’s Vinyl)! L’Oréal’s Voluminous: Who loves it: Rihanna Why: The curved wand lengthens, shapes and separates lashes beautifully See the entire Kevin Barry Minute segment video here
Monica: “I use Great Lash, and I agree that the wand shape is important to me too.”
“Voluminous has been my go-to brand for years. When the tube starts to become empty, I use the wand for my eyebrows”
“Voluminous is my goto too, but it’s because of the shape of the wand.”
Question: Is the difference in mascaras all about the wand or is it the formula of the makeup? We looked to Megan Moore from TheBeautySnoop.com for the 411!
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Oversized Wand = Maximum Volume Cone Taper Wand = Winged Out Corners Curved Wand = Fanned Out Curl
For more wand details and a video tutorial(!) visit Megan Moore at TheBeautySnoop.com
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Balled Tip = Detailed Corners Micro Wand = Tinted & Natural Rubber Shorty = Defined Length
Bunny Fact: Rabbits should be kept in pairs. Without the company of another neutered rabbit they get lonely and bored, and can exhibit behavioral problems.
Today’s Woman as US President al b o l G ve i t c e Persp
By Devika Mehta, Editor-at-Large I don’t have to tell you – the life of Today’s Woman is relentlessly multifaceted in a way that a man’s is not. In the professional world, she can rise to the top of the corporate ladder, or she may choose to take time away to focus completely on family. She can be a warrior in the workplace, AND/OR a CEO at home (or co-CEO, just to cover our bases). If she is a mother, Today’s Woman creates a haven for family, nurtures her children, provides strength to other family members, serves as emotional head of the household, often is seen as the source of a home’s warmth, compassion and connectedness. Now Today’s Woman is just a small step away from becoming the most powerful leader of the world. Is this strange? I am sure many women would like to understand a President’s life through Hillary’s eyes. If she becomes President she would be an inspiration to the many girls around the world who dream of being great leaders but haven’t yet found the role model to incite action on their dreams. If she occupies the White House next month certain historic questions will be prompted - What would be her life like? How would it differ from that of a male President? Will more sacrifices be demanded from her family? What extra efforts would be required to help keep her family connected? While Hillary may be just moments away from becoming the historic first woman to lead the United States, more than 60 other countries have already beaten America to that milestone including India, a country which boasts a patriarchal mindset. So what has been keeping a woman away from the world’s highest political platform? Is it, as Donald Trump suggests, that America needs ‘broad shoulders’ or is there another reason women haven’t yet broken the glass ceiling to the Oval Office? After so much progress has already been made, is gender bias still relevant in the American political elite? Many questions will be answered on November 8 when the United States of America votes to make history. Please vote! Not sure how? Click here!
• Until 1920 women were not allowed to vote in US • America had its first (acting) female president three decades before Clinton was born, Edith Wilson, Woodrow Wilson’s second wife, ran the Oval Office for 17 months Edith Wilson, Woodrow Wilson’s second wife, ran the Oval Office for 17 months after her husband was left incapacitated by a massive stroke • The first woman to run for Presidential election was Victoria Woodhull in 1872 from the Equal Rights Party
• Woodhull was followed by Belva Ann Lockwood in 1884 from the National Equal Rights Party • In America women hold only 18.5% of congressional seats, and comprise 20% of the U.S. senators • They hold only 24.2 % of state legislature seats. Only 10% of governors are women and only 12% of the mayors are women
Rabbits communicate vocally, with varying types of vocalizations communicating different messages.
Closing thoughts... FROM OUR INBOX
What does Caroline do during her “down-time”? Caroline says: “This is by far the question I’m asked most often! I feel the most alive and nourished when I am spending time with my kids and husband . I love watching the moment-by-moment growth and discovery Preston and Mary are experiencing, and I enjoy having that shared experience with my husband Patrick. When I have down time by myself, like when I travel, I love to turn off my brain for a while and watch cooking shows (Martha Stewart, Ina Garten, Giada DeLaurentis, Ree Drummond) and read cooking magazines. Funnily, it’s my husband who is our household’s primary chef – go figure! Have a question? Send it here!
Throwback Holiday Photos!
Send us your favorite childhood holiday photos! Some may be featured in our December episode, on social media, and our magazine. The first 50 entries will receive a The Show & Tell Show tote bag. Deadline is November 27th. Send photos, along with your name, city, the year the photo was taken, and how old you (or the subjects) were in the photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch this month’s full episode here, and then please share your thoughts about it AND this issue of our new magazine here. We want to help you and our community of women to be informed, inspired, engaged and empowered - so let us know how we can help YOU!
Before you adopt a rabbit, be sure you and your family are ready. Read these tips, and visit Bunny World Foundation’s website to learn about more ways you can help rabbits around the world.
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Published on Nov 3, 2016
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