We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Move LifeStyle! Over a year in the making, Move LifeStyle is a collaboration between four like-minded friends and the talented people we’re influenced by. After years of bonding over busy lifestyles and a collective love of visual beauty, many cocktails and many laughs, we pooled our talents to create the online magazine that we would want to read. As ‘girls on the go,’ we found a need for easy-to-process information with visual buzz that also offers food for thought and a little life guidance. We explore the worlds of travel, technology, entertaining and fashion; examine issues affecting women in the workplace, and profile the creative women that inspire us.
We’ll bring you fashion with an emphasis on how to Dress for your own personal style sense, and how to infuse it easily into your everyday life.
Everything we Find and think you’ll love! A grab bag of art, books, technology and more.
We Go to far-off places, exploring the transformative power of taking a journey in both the literal and spiritual sense. We’ll also share tips and products to help navigate your travels with a bit more grace and ease.
We’re dedicated to entertaining! We’ll Amuse you with anecdotes, planning ideas and inventive cocktail recipes!
“Girl Friday” is a phrase more common to the 1940s and 50s, defined as “a female employee who has a wide range of duties.” Here at Move LifeStyle, we’re resurrecting it for the title of our weekly Inspire column, profiling inspiring women in the workforce. The title is inspired by His Girl Friday, a Howard Hawks film from 1940 starring Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant. As coworkers, the characters Hildy and Walter have a delightful, yet sparring repartee, centering around the workplace, journalism and, (of course), love. “The film marked the beginning of a number of screwball comedies in the 1940s that emphasized the conflict for women in deciding between love/marriage and professional careers.” (www.filmsite.org) Since the exploration of work-life balance is central to our mission here at Move, we think it’s the perfect title!
Our Girl Fridays are creative women with interesting stories, who are shaking up the workplace in new and exciting ways. We’re bringing you behind-the-scenes looks at bloggers, designers, doctors, mothers, CEOs, actresses, technology mavens, musicians, and others with unique career paths. If you know a woman who you’d love to see us profile as a Girl Friday, please let us know! Shout it from the rooftop! Let’s celebrate these women who are walking the tightrope between career and home, and learn the different ways that women out there are making it all work.