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Sheri Radel Rosenberg

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Sheri Radel Rosenberg has spent a life in advertising. Currently she's a freelance writer focusing on women at midlife and the power of reinvention. She regularly writes on her own blog and also works with brands to develop content in the areas of women's health, wellness, fashion, and beauty .She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and a ten pound ball of doggie fluff called Khan.

In Praise of Glasses. My Favorite Pairs for This Season and Beyond

As someone who has made a career as a "creative professional," I've seen my share of cool glasses. From thick black art director frames to custom Chrome Hearts numbers to outsized aviators, wearing good glasses is an excellent form of self-expression, but it also connotes intelligence, cred, and a...

Do Clothes Make the Man? Sheri Radel Rosenberg on Whether You Should Suit Yourself

I’m not a woman who loves a man in a suit. It’s not that I don’t appreciate it, but I’ve always been more a (good) jeans and (good) t-shirt kind of gal when it comes to the menfolk. I grew up in a house where my dad wore a suit...

Interpreting Change in Uncertain Times – Hint: It’s More Than a Vibe

Merriam Webster defines a vibe as “a distinctive feeling or quality capable of being sensed.” As a lifelong empath and once-employed trendspotter, I can say vibes are my vibe, and I have a sixth sense for the moment and have also always been able to interpret what’s to come....

Culture, Carbs, and Cocktails: My Take on Aging in the Best City in the World

When I was young and untethered to reality, I’d see older adults walking around New York and wonder why or how they lived here. I’d see them with their walkers, canes, and bored-looking aides and think about how sad it seemed to live in a city full of life...

For the Love of Fragrance: An Ode to Scent From a Nosy Lady

I’ve been obsessed with scent for as long as I can remember.  Some people have a beach house. I have a perfume closet. Though the origins of perfume can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians, my very personal history with fragrance started extraordinarily young. I remember inhaling the smell...

Working Out: A Life. A Memoir in Movement on the Edge of a New Year

Here we are at the beginning of the year and, for many people, pledging to get healthy is an excellent way to go into January, but I'm past that point because I dedicated myself to being healthy and fit a long time ago. My interest in working out started in...

Let It Be: A Stylish Look at an Iconic Moment in Time

The holiday season is officially here, and I spent my Thanksgiving home in Brooklyn. Between napping and shopping online for gifts for my near and dear, I thoroughly enjoyed “The Beatles: Get Back,” the newly and previously unreleased Beatles documentary about the making of “Let it Be”, on Disney...

More Holidays, Less Fuss: What I’ll Be Wearing This Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The holiday season is upon us, and I’m looking forward to a bit “more” this year. And I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t ask myself what to wear for all the festivities. From parties to twinkling lights to champagne toasts, I’m here for absolutely all of it. Could...

My Hair and Me: The Long and Short of It at Midlife

So now that I’ve had this stay-at-home thing happening (I excel at it, PS), I’m empowered to not give a fig about something that has always stressed me out in the morning, and that is: doing my hair.                My hair and I have a fraught relationship. And because of its somewhat...

Midlife’s Moment: “On the Verge” Explores Womanhood at the Midpoint

Are midlife women having a moment? It would appear so. Or I need to go out more. Because I have another show to talk about that’s focused on women of a certain age. If you have not yet watched all 12 episodes of Netflix’s “On The Verge,” put down your...
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