The Accidental San Antonian:  Elisa Chan

The Accidental San Antonian: Elisa Chan

Although Elisa Chan’s roots are half a world away, she’s not surprised to be representing her adopted city as a member of City Council. “San Antonio is this special place to me,” she says. “Everything important in my life has happened here: I met my husband here, we...

Women in Real Estate:  From starter homes to high-end estates

Women in Real Estate: From starter homes to high-end estates

It may not come as a surprise to those of us who live in and love Texas and the Alamo City, but the CNBC television cable network recently ranked Texas as one of the best states for business in America, and RelocateAmerica.Com named San Antonio as No. 5 in both its...

Building Houses and a Career:  Valerie Hendricks

Building Houses and a Career: Valerie Hendricks

On a hot, sunny Saturday morning, Valerie Hendricks is at work —outside in a residential neighborhood near Palo Alto College, shuttling between two home sites, one nearly complete and one still at the framing stage. Like most houses in the immediate area, these two...

Life Lessons I Learned from my Mother

Life Lessons I Learned from my Mother

If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it. My mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer; invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast, to be exact. The gripping fear I felt upon hearing those ugly words was like a cold, hollow ache in the pit of my...

Give your face a touch-up

Give your face a touch-up

Did you have a great summer, playing in sunny San Antonio? Perhaps you ventured to the Texas coast or went tubing or boating or swimming in a nearby lake. Maybe you just drove around town, to and from work, or ran some errands. Either way, if you didn’t use a sun...

Headache Hell?

Headache Hell?

Graphic descriptions like these are common among migraine sufferers. Migraines, also known as vascular headaches because blood vessels in the brain dilate, are usually intense and incapacitating with pulsating pain on one half of the head. Often nausea, vomiting,...

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