From the Editor: It's All Good



Poor January. Isn’t it funny how we accept the chilly temperatures in December as part of the season—in a festive Jack Frost-nipping-at-your-nose kind of way. Yet in January we curse the plummeting mercury and vow to hibernate until spring. Last month we party-hopped, gluttonously ate and drank in the name of merriment and good cheer. This month, we nibble on carrots and head to the gym—in the cold. Yup, January gets a bad wrap.

We’d like to change that. Welcome to our Feel Good issue. On these pages we offer you a respite from the doldrums of winter. In “The Perfect 10”, we take you to fantastic locales that offer the ultimate in adventure, spiritual and luxury travel—some around the world, some around the corner (so to speak), all over-the-top. Greenwich locals who have taken these special journeys give us their firsthand insider tips on what not to miss.

And if you subscribe to the theory that looking good helps you feel good, have we got a story for you. “Beyond Botox: A Girlfriend’s Guide to Plastic Surgery” is a comprehensive look at the vast number of options available in the nip/tuck world.

Now, I realize that plastic surgery is a divisive issue. Two years ago I decided to correct my droopy eyelids. Certain friends feared I would end up looking perpetually surprised. Others feared that after having one procedure I wouldn’t know how to stop. (I wondered if they were confusing plastic surgery with heroin.)

I am happy to report that thanks to my very talented surgeon, my lids and I are just fine. In a way, my experience was the inspiration for our story. When I would mention that I had my lids done, people’s curiosity was overwhelming. Who did I go to? How much did it cost? What was the recovery like? Would I do it again? (As a result, two friends have had the same procedure.) It became clear that women wanted advice from a trusted source. So our guide began to take shape.

If these stories don’t help you snap out of your January funk, we know that the winners of our annual photo contest will put a smile on your face. They are funny, beautiful, creative and interesting. Just like our town. And come on, that’s just gotta make you feel good.

 

Greenwich Agenda

  • Greenwich Harbor Sunset Wine Cruise | Greenwich, CT

    2014.06.05
     @ Delamar Hotel Dock

    The boat "Prudence" departs from the Delamar Hotel Dock on 500 Steamboat Rd. All the wine is sponsored through VALS with food...

  • SM&NC Farm Market

    2014.06.15
     @ Stamford Museum & Nature Center

    Sundays, June 15 – October 5, 10am – 2pm We're thrilled to bring back the SM&NC Farm Market — now on Sundays!...

  • Exclusive Tour of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Yale University Art Gallery

    2014.09.09
     @ Yale University Art Gallery

    Join JCC Greenwich for an exclusive tour with museum curator Elizabeth Manekin. The collection is noteworthy for exemplary works from the...

  • Understanding the Gaza War: Strategic & Political Implications

    2014.09.09
     @ Greenwich Library, Cole Auditorium

    Dr. Efraim Inbar is a Professor in Political Studies at Bar-Ilan University and Director of its renowned Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic...

  • Bruce Museum: Look and See - Into the Deep

    2014.09.10
     @ Bruce Museum

    A program especially designed for children ages 3-5 years and their adult caregivers, who will explore the Museum’s exhibition through...

  • College Admissions Boot Camp | Greenwich, CT

    2014.09.13

    College Prep 360 will be offering two college admissions “boot camps” in their Greenwich office over the summer. The first workshop...

  • Nigh Season: New Paintings By David Konigsberg

    2014.09.13
     @ Kenise Barnes Fine Art

    Dates: September 13 – October 31, 2014 Opening Reception: September 13, 6 – 8:30 PM  Public Invited   NIGH...

  • Undulate: Paintings By Julie Gross and Margaret Neill

    2014.09.13
     @ Kenise Barnes Fine Art

    GALLERY II Dates: September 13 – October 31, 2014 Opening Reception: September 13, 6 – 8:30 PM Public Invited...

  • Greenwich Area Newcomers Annual Lobster Fest

    2014.09.14
     @ Tod's Point Clambake Area

    This is our kickoff event each year-held at Tod's Point Clambake area. The event is scheduled for Sunday September 14th starting...

  • Information Fair

    2014.09.16
     @ YMCA

    Our Annual Information Fair - This event showcases non profits , community businesses, schools and  services in the Greenwich...

  • Laurel House Family Seminar Series

    2014.09.18
     @ Laurel House

    Thursday evenings, September 18, October 2, 16, 30, 6:30-8:00 pm Join us Thursday evenings for this four part Family Seminar Series as...

  • The Many Faces of Multi Media

    2014.09.20
     @ Meli-Melo of Greenwich

    Dr. Julia Trebing, Director Creative Therapies in Stamford, CT exhibits her paintings at Meli-Melo Creperie & Juice Bar  during Sept...

  • SoulCycle GWCH for Make-A-Wish CT

    2014.09.20
     @ SoulCycle

    Make-A-Wish Connecticut is thrilled to be partnering with SoulCycle's Greenwich location for a charity ride on Saturday, September 20th!...

  • Wall Street Tennis Challenge

    2014.09.20
     @ Greenwich Country Club

    The goal of The Wall Street Tennis Challenge is to support the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation’s efforts while spreading awareness...

  • Arts & Crafts on Bedford

    2014.09.20
     @ Bedford Street

    Shop at over 100 craft and artisan boutiques on Bedford Street, which will be closed to traffic for the weekend. Dine in our extended sidewalk...


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