Author: San Antonio Woman Editor

Get Your Pre-Baby BOD Back

Both invasive and noninvasive approaches can help We’ve all seen the celebrity moms — one minute they are flaunting their growing bump on the red carpet, and the next they are rockin’ a toned tummy in a bikini on the cover of our favorite magazine, seemingly a few days later. How’s that possible? you might ask. Achieving our pre-baby body immediately after giving birth isn’t as easy as the celebrity moms make it appear to be.   Whether you hit the treadmill with a vengeance or even envision an instant fix like a “mommy makeover,” there are surgical and...

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Estate on the Ranch

Fay Pemberton enjoys her Hill Country retreat Cordillera Ranch, located on Highway 46 near Boerne, is a Hill Country gem. The community is the site of many beautiful homes, and Fay Pemberton’s estate is no exception. Situated on 8-and-a-half acres, this Hill Country abode accommodates extended family and friends for holiday entertainment and weekend gatherings.   Fay’s roots are in McAllen, Texas, where her father owned an oil company. After a merger with a larger corporation, Fay decided to move to a city with better opportunities for her children. After an extensive search, consisting of sardine-packed houses in cookie-cutter...

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Art Beat: Art is What Makes Us Human

Katie Luber guides the San Antonio Museum of Art in the right direction The roof was damaged by hail and the Cowden Gallery Pop Art exhibit had to be closed earlier than planned, but on this sunny day in May when I arrive to interview director Katherine “Katie” Luber, there’s a new excitement at the San Antonio Museum of Art.   Plans are already underway to install the next special exhibition, Highest Heaven- Spanish and Portuguese Colonial Art from the Collection of Roberta and Richard Huber, which will remain on view till Sept. 4. Though SAMA has a strong...

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Turning Lemons into Lemonade

Success does not happen without enduring some anxious or embarrassing situations — and learning from them. It’s often not pleasant revisiting those uncomfortable times, but perhaps you can do so and smile a bit. After all, you are alive and well now, so you clearly survived, likely a wiser person than you were. It’s all about turning lemons into lemonade.   I reached out to three very successful executives whom I admire and asked them to share their stories. Let’s have some fun and hear from them.   Katie Harvey, CEO of KGBTexas — “A pivotal point in my...

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