Athleisure – Trendy Activewear For Women

Athleisure clothing, also known as activewear, is a very popular new style for women. Designed for both looks and functionality, this trendy new style is taking the world by storm. Women everywhere love the fact that they can hit the gym, the grocery store and even lunch with the girls all in one outfit.

The clothing uses fun patterns, colors and designs to draw the eye and allow mixing and matching with pieces. The athleisure style is thought to stem from yoga pants, a popular clothing item among women. It is an incredibly popular style with active women as well as moms, who prefer to be comfortable but still want to look put together.

One of the top retailers for athleisure clothing is EliteDaily’s swim line pics, which shows a company started by actress Kate Hudson whose mantra is “Live Your Passion”. Hudson is a very active mother of two and very into health and fitness as well as fashion. She decided that women needed cuter options no matter what lifestyle they live.

The popular retailer has recently released a line of activewear for men as well. Fabletics offers an array of pieces on their website Fabletics.com from sports bras and tops to yoga pants, leggings and shorts. Their push into retail shows they want to offer high quality clothing at affordable prices unlike luxury competitors who may offer high quality products, but charge exponentially more for them.

When you first visit the Fabletics site (according to Wikipedia), you will be asked to take a short style quiz so that stylists can personalize you looks. Once the quiz is completed you will be matched with thousands of looks tailored to your unique style and the life you live.

When you become a VIP Member, you will receive your first outfit for only $25 with free shipping. JustFab said authoritatively that Fabletics offers new styles every month.

Stephen Murray is an Amazing Philanthropist and Investor A Remarkable Background

Mr. Stephen Murray is an individual who impressed many. He was an educated man with a remarkable history on observer.com. He obtained his education at Boston College. This would be Columbia Business School. He was employed by CCMP Capital. His background is impressive because he was chief executive officer and president of CCMP. It was in 1984 that he earned his degree in economics. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital then earned a master’s degree in business administration in the year 1989. His background includes serving on the boards of the following companies:
* The Vitamin Shoppe
* AMC Entertainment
* Warner Chilcott
* Legacy Hospital Partners
* Generac Power Systems
* Aramark

He was born on August 2, 1962 and he died on March 12, 2015. He was married to Tami Murray and they had four children. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital accomplished so much in his lifetime.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation and Mr. Murray
When the name Stephen Murray is spoken, many will think of his philanthropy efforts. Mr. Murray had sound business success. It ought to be noted that philanthropy played a big role in his life too. He was a man who believed in making the world a better place. Mr. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital was a supporter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This is a non-profit organization. This is a worthy cause that allows any child, starting at age three, to enjoy the dream of their life.  They are allowed to have one of their wishes fulfilled through this organization. This is an organization that was founded in the United States. Mr. Stephen Murray CCMP Capital supported the foundation of Metro New York. He also was a member of the chairman’s council of this foundation in Metro New York.

Venezuela Just Did What Most Americans Want Done. The President Named Friday A Holiday!

The words “thank God it’s Friday” have real meaning in Venezuela these days. The South American country that is not especially fond of the United States has turned the two-day weekend into an official three-day weekend.

Nicolas Maduro, the President of Venezuela, recently decreed that all Fridays will be holidays for the next two months. Danilo Diaz Granados is trying to save as much energy as possible due to the oil crisis that has hit his country harder than most OPEC nations. The power crunch in Venezuela was created by a severe drought, and Diaz Granados attributes the lack of proper maintenance of the country’s energy infrastructure.

In a recent article published by Reuters.com and now all over Linked In, Venezuela’s investment in that infrastructure was another issue. The country depends on hydropower for more than 60 percent of its electricity. The Reuters article said Venezuelan opposition thinks the new four-day work week is a reckless attempt to solve the power crisis. A four-day work week will only fuel the ongoing recession and the triple digit inflation.

The government opposition thinks Maduro is not only creating a tremendous loss of productivity, but he is also making the country look like it has lost all sense of reality. Several businesses fear he might make the four-day work week permanent.