About Women's Choice Award

The founder of WomenCertified, Delia Passi, is the former publisher of Working Mother and Working Woman magazines, a leading speaker on the women’s market, author and a lifelong advocate for women. She dedicated most of her career to helping business understand the needs and preferences of the female consumer. Your opinion means a lot to Delia so please send her your feedback at info@womencertified.com. She makes it a point on her spare time to reply to each email personally!

International Women’s Day: What it means and Ways to Recognize it

2018-02-23T12:19:39+00:00

International Women’s Day represents a long-standing tradition of women standing together on March 8th to champion women’s rights and progress in the mission for gender equality. When International Women’s Day was first celebrated, the focus was to grant women the right to vote. Over the years, the focus has evolved. This year the international women’s day website offers ways to “take action” through pledging to

International Women’s Day: What it means and Ways to Recognize it 2018-02-23T12:19:39+00:00

Get To Know Your Body: Spotting The First Signs Of Cancer

2018-02-23T12:31:46+00:00

Did you know that almost 850,000 women are diagnosed with cancer in America each year. According to the American Cancer Society, there were over 7.6 million female cancer survivors in 2014. However, the reality remains that a large portion of those diagnosed lose their lives to this disease. While a small percentage is genetic, two thirds of cancer deaths are preventable. The key to this

Get To Know Your Body: Spotting The First Signs Of Cancer 2018-02-23T12:31:46+00:00

Heart Health: Can You Avoid the ‘Silent Killer’?

2018-02-23T12:26:50+00:00

We all know that high blood pressure can be quite dangerous, but did you know that it has deadly consequences, being termed the ‘Silent Killer’? Yikes! Well, here’s why: High blood pressure usually has no signs or symptoms, so the only way to know if you have high blood pressure is to have your blood pressure checked regularly. High blood pressure damages blood vessels and

Heart Health: Can You Avoid the ‘Silent Killer’? 2018-02-23T12:26:50+00:00

Top 5 Tips for Choosing the Best Nursing Home

2018-02-23T12:24:21+00:00

They go by many names: Nursing homes; extended care facilities; rehabilitation centers; skilled nursing facilities; assisted living facilities; long-term care facilities; senior homes; and so on, but don’t get bogged down with the technical names. What’s most important to understand is what your loved one needs most from a facility- and then to find the best facility that will meet those needs. We’ve put together

Top 5 Tips for Choosing the Best Nursing Home 2018-02-23T12:24:21+00:00

Surviving Shedding Season

2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

All winter long, I complain about the cold, the dark, the snow, the myriad little annoyances of the season. There is a benefit of the frigid temperatures, though - my pets don't shed as much. Come summer, dog and cat hair suddenly appears in the style of spaghetti-western tumbleweeds and my vacuum and I have a much closer relationship. This has prompted me to find

Surviving Shedding Season 2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

Unexpected Uses for Everyday Kitchen Tools

2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

It happens almost once a week. I'm trying something new in the kitchen and it occurs to me that I don't own the niche, yet seemingly necessary tool to complete the task at hand. Rather than run out to buy the missing tool - whether it be a mandolin, a high end blender, or some as-seen-on-TV magical gadget - I usually end up pulling a

Unexpected Uses for Everyday Kitchen Tools 2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

How to Stay Safe in the Sun This Summer

2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

Enjoying the outdoors is the best part of summer. After months of cold and darkness, followed by months of rain and mud - you finally get a good streak of warm, sunny, cloudless days. Ideal for going to the beach, hanging out on the patio, gardening or enjoying your favorite outdoor hobby. However, fun in the sun doesn't come without risks, and it's important to

How to Stay Safe in the Sun This Summer 2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

How to Keep Divorce from Ruining Your Financial Future

2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

Divorce is usually traumatic for everyone involved — well, except the divorce attorneys — but ample research shows that in many ways it’s harder on women. Women who divorced at least once in their life were 24% more likely to have a heart attack than women who stayed married, according to a 2015 study by Duke University researchers, and divorcing more than once pushed the

How to Keep Divorce from Ruining Your Financial Future 2017-03-30T20:22:50+00:00

A Guide to Getting In

2017-03-30T20:22:51+00:00

Going to college can be one of the most important and life changing experiences in your life. You spend the majority of high school hearing how every decision you make, from your grades to your extracurricular activities, will impact your chances of getting into the school of your dreams. It can feel totally overwhelming - trying to figure out where to apply, when to apply,

A Guide to Getting In 2017-03-30T20:22:51+00:00

Your College Years: A Smart Investment

2017-03-30T20:22:51+00:00

The pressure to go to college, and to get into a good college, seems to begin earlier and earlier. In high school, you are instructed that you must learn any number of things because you’ll “have to know this in college!”. From a young age, you’re told that you need to get good grades in high school in order to go to a good college

Your College Years: A Smart Investment 2017-03-30T20:22:51+00:00
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