Posts Tagged ‘Lost Girls’

‘Lost Girls’ tout travel to aid career

From the Boston Herald by Darren Garnick: As an editor and internship coordinator for both Self and Shape magazines, Amanda Pressner noticed a disturbing trend among the pile of resumes clogging her desk. Students weren’t just competing for the right to earn a marquee company name for their resume...
April 9th, 2014 | LG Press & Media | Read More

Lost Girls and babies: tips for traveling with children

Lost Girls and babies: tips for traveling with children
By Felicia Brenoe Special to Lost Girls   Lost Girls love adventure and travel, but what happens when a Lost Girl has a baby? Even though motherhood is an exciting and rewarding new role, it is easy to imagine that the new family member will cramp travel plans and replace them with a much more domestic...
August 2nd, 2012 | Extras | Read More

Dos and Don’ts of a Girl’s Getaway to Las Vegas

By Gina Douglas  Special to Lost Girls  Dancing, shows, cocktails, an excuse to finally whip out that itty-bitty dress you love, but can’t ever bring yourself to wear because it’s just a little bit too risqué. Is it any wonder Las Vegas is the quintessential girlfriend getaway? To make...
June 7th, 2012 | City Travel, Extras, Las Vegas | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Katie Corbett

In short, a Lost Girl is any woman travelling the road of self discovery. That may mean changing jobs, or addresses or both-like our Lost Girl of the Week, Katie Corbett. We’re giving her props for having the guts to leave her hometown of Syracuse, New York after almost 23 years (her birthday...
January 7th, 2006 | Lost Girls | Read More