Posts Tagged ‘michigan’

Women’s March on Lansing: Making HERstory

Making HERstory           On Saturday Jan. 21, 2017, the Capital City served as the mecca for the March on Lansing. A diverse representation of passionate, focused community members rallied at the Capitol steps to show that …

Cocktail of the Month: Spiked Apple Pie Milkshake

During this time of year, our home is almost never without a pie. Because really, who ever only buys just one pie for a party? So what do you do with the leftovers you can’t seem to finish? Try a new spin on a holiday cocktail this year with a spiked …

Spiced Cider Margarita Slush

September means the beginning of fall, and since it’s our favorite season here at Capital Area Women’s Lifestyle, we have decided to make our September Cocktail of the month something seasonal to get you in the mood for autumn! This month, we’re …

Summer Savings Tips From MSUFCU

Ah, summer in Michigan! The days are long, the weather is gorgeous and the temptation to spend money on a good time is all around us. Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) knows that with so much to do this season, it can be easy to …

Go (Coco) NUTS with Coconut Oil

If you haven’t started incorporating coconut oil into your everyday life, your coconut journey begins here.Coconut oil has a seemingly never-ending list of health benefits associated with using it. Weight loss, healthier skin and hair, and a stronger …

Blaze Pizza – Welcome to greater Lansing!

Blaze Pizza had its grand opening in Frandor Shopping Center on Monday June 20th. They kicked off their opening the on the 21st with a special deal – free pizzas for any guest from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The chain, predominately a west coast staple, has been …

15th Annual Women’s Leadership Council Luncheon

On Wednesday, May 4 the Capital Area United Way Women’s Leadership Council hosted its 15th annual “Lighting the Path” Luncheon at the Country Club of Lansing.The luncheon exists to celebrate women in the area who have contributed to making a difference …

Earth Day Activities

This Friday signals Earth Day, a holiday that most people support but don’t actually know how to celebrate. The worldwide holiday demonstrates support for environmental protection. With growing concern of the planet’s health, Earth Day seems more …

My Community: Chamber Award Dinner

More than 800 people from the greater Lansing area gathered at the Kellogg Center on Feb. 25 for the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner. The event honors outgoing chair and board members, as well as Chamber award recipients. The Chamber’s …

Emily Fijol

In a beautiful yellow Victorian house on West Malcolm X Street in Lansing is stored the history of hundreds of Michigan women who have changed the state, the country and the world for the better. Proudly sharing their stories is a woman who is not only preserving history, but making it as well. Emily Fijol is the executive director of the Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame, and she works daily to inspire and celebrate women.

Which New Year’s Resolution Are You?

The New Year has arrived and what better way to see which resolution you should be sticking too than by taking a quiz! Mark down your answers to the questions below to see which New Years Resolution you are in 2017!   1.       …

Old Town General Store, Truly Michigan-Made

Organic, relating to living matter and the body. Eating organic is becoming more of a trend, and with good reason. It gains popularity as people are becoming not only savvier about what they eat but are beginning to question what exactly it is that they …