Month: December 2016
Pasta is good for energy, but carbs make you gain weight. Meal replacement shakes are great options on the go, but don’t drink your calories. Is anyone else confused about what to eat, what not to eat, and which way is up?! Add to the chaos the fact that portion sizes and recommended calories are definitely not tailored to fit a tall woman’s needs, and you may be like almost every other woman out there with her hands up in
Women’s fashion is a mercurial industry, but one thing we’ll always need: the well-made flat. If you’re a city-dweller like me, you’ve probably walked home barefoot at least twice because you severely underestimated your pain threshold in heels. Unfortunately, most flat options out there are either 1) gym shoes or 2) have thin soles with no support. Enter Emme Cadeau, a fresh New York label who recently launched a line of leather ballet flats. Handmade in Brazil, the shoes are
I think I first noticed I was different when I was in the fifth grade. I have been tall my whole life. I was always the tallest in the class — proud to be standing on the back bleachers while taking our class photo. I was taller than all the boys, and I loved it. I was different. I stood out. My height was how people knew me. Kristin: the tall girl. It was in the fifth grade when Lisa
November 5th was an incredibly memorable day. The Tall Society™ hosted our third brunch event kicking off our Brunch Series! Yes, you heard it right: series! Over the new few months we will be coming to cities near you across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Make sure to join us and see where we are coming next HERE! Forty-five Tall Sisters™, ranging in height from 5’8″ to 6’6″, attended the event and traveled from as far as Washington, D.C., Detroit,
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