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I get to sit down with Personal Stylist Kristy Miles and talk how fashion can not only elevate your look, but your confidence too, fun ideas for accessories and a list of 10 key pieces you need in your wardrobe [VIDEO].
In Chinese Medicine winter is the season of the water element and the kidneys. The water element is associated with circulation and flow and the kidney considered the root of qi or energy. Winter is the season of yin, a time of rest, meditation and introspection, conserving and receiving energy (not doing) and nourishing the kidneys. It is said the more rest one receives during the winter months the more harvest we can expect in late summer and fall.
How many of you have spent time perfecting the perfect makeup look for a special event only to look back at photos and realize your face appears shades lighter than your body? Did you look that way in person? Surely you didn’t, you stared at yourself in the mirror for a long time before leaving the house to ensure your look was perfect for this event. so what the hell happened?!
In her interview below, Maegon Renee shares exactly what self-care is, tips for how to make sure it happens and the back story behind her own self-care challenges that laid the foundation where her business is today [VIDEO].
As women, moms or not, there’s always a lot on our plate between career, family, and friends and sometimes self-care falls to the bottom of the list. Many of us are endlessly stressed, especially if you are trying to run a business and take care of a family at the same time. Stress can lead to insomnia, high blood pressure, weight gain and other conditions and illnesses. Find out how to reduce it here!
Come join us in the walk-in closet as Shannon Kessler, owner and stylist at Primp Style Lounge out of Louisville, KY shows us the latest fashion trends so we’re strolling through Fall in style.
One of my friends has a beautiful blog called, Mountain Gypsy where she writes about yoga, DIY projects, home decor, cocktail recipes and beauty tips, but also writes essays about her life and lessons what she's learn along the way. She's big into being real and being herself, and extends that truthfulness into her posts, like this one.
Michele Adams, Feed Your Skin From Within, it not only caught my attention because apple cider is the new health craze these days, but because instead of talking about it's topical uses, she focused on the benefits of drinking it because of how it impacted your gut health.
Grab Your Guide to Getting Known here!
"I want to put a ding in the universe." - Steve Jobs
You have something to say. An opinion to share. A story that could help someone else. A piece of advice from your life or career experience. An offer or product that could make someone's life better.
If it's pulling at your heart to share, you're ready, even if you don't have every single step figured out yet. And anyone who might have something negative to say about it, probably isn't "out there" themselves, so how much weight do we really want to give their opinion?
I don't have to tell you that the person who is known has a better chance of getting the customer, the job, the invitation to be interviewed on a podcast or asked to speak at an event.
Grab this guide to find out how to step into the spotlight to build trust, stay relevant and get noticed by the right people, even if you don't like the spotlight.