We recently chatted with Shira Yoskovitch the Founder and CEO of the personal shopping concierge company Handled. Her job is to handle clients’ day to day shopping needs, mostly pertaining to wardrobe. Here is what she had to say.
From startups to restaurants to high-tech corporations, women are taking the business world by storm and leaving their mark. Handled’s Shira Yoskovitch on bringing personal shopping to the masses.
A personal shopper or stylist may seem like a luxe service, but the founder of Handled, Shira Yoskovitch, would disagree. Yoskovitch believes that you don’t need to be a CEO to benefit from Handled’s affordable suite of service offerings.
Handled is a shopping concierge on your phone or desktop. Tell Handled what you want, and they take care of the entire shopping process for you. That includes browsing, buying, delivery, returns and alterations for apparel, accessories, home gifts and related items all according to your budget and timeline.
We count ourselves lucky for knowing Marnie Consky.
Brimming with as much experience as she is with curiosity, spending time with Marnie is to know you’re in the presence of a lightning rod – one who will light you up as much with her glow, as she will with her self.
Empowering and inspiring confidence in women is what Marnie’s all about. In fact, it’s exactly why she founded her company, Thigh Society in 2009. To give women the world over something she wanted for herself – the perfect anti-chafing underwear. When she couldn’t find it, she went out and made it herself. Now that’s a lightning rod!Continue reading “Marnie Consky is on a mission to help women feel confident in their bodies – and to make thigh chafing a worry of the past!”
When we started talking about self-fulfillment as our Self-Care theme of the year, we couldn’t help but start dreaming of all the things we’ve wanted to do forever. Things we’ve wondered about, but just haven’t made a priority. Things that would give us a feeling of accomplishment, the satisfaction of learning something new that feels somehow a bit greater or more, you know, sophisticated and maybe even…daring.Continue reading “We took a class on knife skills and left with lessons on life”
In 2018 we explored self-care as something of an experiment, a way to see what kinds of activities could help us with the more immediate, every-day balance in our lives. We had grown tired of seeing faddish versions of self-care and longed for something a little more sustainable. Something with a little more substance.Continue reading “An Unapologetic Commitment to Self-Fulfillment”
We know lots of people who love the winter months. The crisp, cold air, the crunch of snow, rosy cheeks, and all the winter sports…
Sadly, we are decidedly not those people. Our feelings about winter weather are as negative as the temperatures – plus windchill. To us, there’s nothing quite like heading to work and heading home again in the pitch dark of winter to make us feel depleted, drained, and just depressed.Continue reading “We tried to beat the winter blues with a trip to “Light Therapy”- a new Scandinavian exhibit”
Whether 2018’s been a blockbuster or whether it busted something else, we’re all shivering with antici — pation waiting to see how 2019 might unfold.Continue reading “The Only New Year’s Resolution That Matters”
It might be popular to pack up the family and head to an all-inclusive over Christmas break but there’s more than one way to get away during the holiday season.
In fact, we’re big fans of spending the holidays at home and then beating those post-holiday blues with “weekend getaways” so we can have mini-vacations all winter long!
We set off looking for some family-friendly, if lesser considered, adventures to extend your holiday feelings well into the winter months.Continue reading “Family trips to extend the holiday feeling”
We don’t know about you, but when we turn the page on our sassy Anne Taintor calendar to December there’s an automatic catch in our throats. Anxiety, panic, perhaps the sliiiiightest twinge of concern about how to get it all done – without getting done in…
Who isn’t trying to negotiate obligations with work, friends, family? The holiday work/life balance struggle is real.
If only there were more hours in the day…Continue reading “Our Top Life Hacks to Restore Harmony this Holiday Season”
There’s a special special zone for those people impact your life more intimately than say your colleagues or boss could, but less so than your closest friends or family.
People like your best referral sources, most significant clients, your mentor/mentee, your housekeeper, your hairstylist, your manicurist, your dog sitter – you know, the go-to people that make up your “I can’t live without them” Team. Continue reading “5 Gifts That Are 500% Better Than a Pack of Movie Tickets”