Four Moms with Very Unique Families There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to what the definition of what a family really is. It means something different to everyone. For some, the American standard of a mother, a father and 2.3 children epitomizes what...
These San Antonio Ladies Are Not Horsing Around
“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Three courageous women make a career change.
These women didn’t change the game — they invented it.
These women share how they approached their career choices in order to excel in their chosen field.
These women share lessons learned about managing contractors, common issues found in older homes, and other challenges and rewards from flipping houses.
We met with six dynamic grandmothers who are the epitome of today’s women.
With this issue of San Antonio Woman, we are celebrating 15 years of publication.
The three women featured in this article are
on the forefront of that change, working with dedication and enthusiasm to build a stronger city.
In San Antonio, they are known as the leaders who get the job done. If you have a professional or
community need, just go to one of these women, and they will either help or point you in the right direction.
From education to research, nurses in San Antonio are making a huge impact
in the quality of patient care in this community. They work alongside physicians and nursing students to raise the bar and offer new ideas, innovations and peace of mind.
students to raise the bar and offer new ideas, innovations and peace of mind.
Though most of us still commute to work every day, a growing number of people opt to work from home for a variety of reasons, and analysts predict that the trend is likely to grow.
Older people may have a harder time finding a life partner, but when they do, they often create more harmonious relationships than the young. The couples we talked to for this article share their personal experiences. Shirley and John Neither Shirley Rushing nor John...
IT’S NOT GLAMOROUS AND THE HOURS ARE LONG, BUT WOMEN CHEFS LOVE THEIR WORK By JASMINA WELLINGHOFF PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRYAN LE NGUYEN Women have been masters of the kitchen at home for a millennium, but relatively few have ventured into professional cooking, and even...
Not that long ago, the world of politics was an all-male club that only occasionally admitted a woman into its ranks. But that’s rapidly changing. With two women running for president this year, we decided to talk to a few women who have been in politics for a while,...
Friendship has always been part of human communities but in our busy lives and mobile society it’s not easy to keep friendships alive. Yet both social and neuro-medical scientists increasingly confirm the benefits of social engagement for our health, wellbeing and...