When we started Women’s Daily Post, we wanted to be able to connect women in our community with other like-minded women. We are thrilled how the organization has grown over the last year — and we are even more excited to announce our NEW membership option!

Introducing: The W List!

For those in the the Greater Baltimore area, the W list is your opportunity to connect and engage beyond social media. W List members are invited to participate in our monthly special interest group meetings, as well as:

  • Have exclusive access to register for Women’s Daily Post Special Events
  • Get special discounted member pricing on our Community Events
  • Receive a bi-weekly eNewsletter
  • Are eligible for special member incentives from our Area Business Partners.

W List Membership is a steal at $79.99/year. Ready to join? Click here.

Not ready to join the W List? You can STILL be a part of our Community!

What about Women’s Daily Post Happy Hours, eNewsletter, and the Facebook Groups?

Don’t worry — they aren’t going anywhere! You can still be a part of the Women’s Daily Post Community through our FREE Facebook Groups! You can even join us for our Community Events (although only W List members are eligible for member pricing).

Our Monthly Happy Hours? They are still open to all! To make things easier on our Happy Hour hosts, we’ve made these ticketed events. BUT your $12 ticket includes your first beverage and appetizers, too!

And our eNewsletter goes out to our entire WDP Community. Make sure you sign-up for it here.

Laura Lippman has done it again! She has returned to the NY Times’ Best Seller list with her new novel, Lady in the Lake. Set in the 1960’s in Baltimore, the novel is a modern psychological thriller with elements of classic noir. Despite taking place 50 years ago, in an era without social media, internet, and 24/7 media coverage, the themes in the book – racism, homophobia, sexism – are current and could be ripped from today’s headlines.

Recently, my 12 year old daughter mentioned to me how she loved the sound of the paper in her class notebook. Not the new crisp and pristine sheets, but the ones filled with her notes, class assignments, scribbles, and names of boys she thinks are cute. She said to me, “I love the sound it makes when I turn the page.” It surprised me that she noticed the mere weight of ink gave them a different sound and tone. An interesting observation from a digitally savvy 12 year old.

Food Principles 101: the quality of the food we prepare begins with the quality of the ingredients that go into it. But how many besides me have noticed that the fruit and produce in grocery stores does not taste as good as it used to?

Brunches and lunches are perfect for casual spring entertaining – Easter, wedding showers, baby showers, graduation celebrations, or an afternoon at steeplechases. But it’s a lot more fun to have company come for lunch or brunch when you are not frantically getting ready for them on the morning of the party.

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