Happy Spring, ladies! As you know, I believe it’s important to take care of yourself both inside and out and that means taking good care of your skin. Why is skin care so important? Your skin is the largest organ of your body. It acts as a defense against certain environmental factors and it helps regulate your temperature. Your skin cells shed daily so that’s why it’s super critical to give it some TLC.Read More
HOW TO GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY & SUCCEED!
Are you guilty of self sabotage? Are you one of those women who want to improve their health, set goals and then fail miserably at keeping on track? Do you wonder what’s wrong with you that you can’t seem to meet any goal you set? The reasons for self sabotage could fill a book but let’s concentrate instead on actions that can improve success.Read More
I just returned from a fabulous Mother’s Day Getaway in Puerto Rico with my daughter Pam. Although separated by almost 34 years, our life experiences during the last year have been strikingly similar. We both started new business ventures and have been working round the clock under tremendous stress. We visited San Juan three years ago and loved it so much we decided to return.
Hair loss is usually thought of as a problem that happens only to men, but did you know that women make up 40% of hair loss sufferers in the U.S.? The most common cause of hair loss in women is “Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL),” very similar to “Male Pattern Baldness.” In FPHL, the hair thins mostly on the top and crown of the scalp. Women typically won’t go completely bald but their hair can thin out quite a bit. The truth is hair loss affects thousands of women and yet few will openly talk about it.Read More
There’s nothing sexier than the color red. Red represents passion, desire, romance, strength and love . . . the perfect recipe for a perfect Valentine’s Day. I remember the first time I decided to try the color red on my nails and lips. I loved the shade of red on my nails but the color I chose for my lips was horrendous and I looked like a clown. As you remember there were not a lot of options when it came to red lipstick — we baby boomers only had an orange-red (remember the brand Tangee?) or vampire red-purple available to us. Luckily, times have changed.Read More