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Selective Inputs

I’ve been consistently lifting weights for close to a decade and one thing I’ve noticed about people who lift weights is that they’re very selective about what goes into their bodies. In terms of diets, there are a gazillion Internet articles, Instagram experts and...

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How To Get Over Being Sick

It happens to almost all of us – flu season comes around and wham - you’re laid low with some super nasty bug that turns you into a snarfy, coughing, fevered mess. It’s just part of the human experience, but naturally you want to feel better as soon as possible. Aside...

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Stop Talking

“Emotional entrainment is the heart of influence.” -Daniel Goleman We live in a culture that is constantly pushing answers at us all day long. No sooner do you share something troubling you with a friend when that friend is offering all sorts of advice, sometimes...

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A Beauty Role Model

This winter I've kicked off my reading list with something very special - two books about a historical force in beauty. Her name was Helena Rubinstein and she was one of the world's first cosmetic entrepreneurs. She started with a simple face cream and from there she...

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The Best Thing For Your Skin

Every day the skincare landscape grows ever more crowded and complicated. New companies spring up constantly with complex skincare systems, some of which you’d need an hour each day to properly apply as well as a Science Ph.D. to figure out. But does it really need to...

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A Simple Tip for Soft Hands

Have you noticed at nail salons they tend to offer manicures at different levels? Like for a lower price they will do a basic manicure. Or for a bit more they will include a scrub and massage. The highest one has all of that plus maybe a paraffin dip and glass of...

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5 Tips To Slow The Aging Process

If you go to a typical high school graduation ceremony, most of the seniors look to be the same age. But with each ten year reunion the gap widens. Some people look older than their years and others retain a youthful vitality well into seniorhood. Why? Our society...

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Should You Be Using Facial Wipes?

I’ll admit it – when facial wipes first came on the scene, I was a hater. Big time. As a stickler for washing my face before bed no matter what, I scorned the value in a simple wipe that would barely scratch the surface in removing make-up, dirt, oil and grime. What’s...

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Build A Super Reserve

Here is an epic self-care tip that is guaranteed to increase your energy and powers of attraction enormously. It's the habit of building a super reserve. What is a super reserve? It's when you consciously create an abundance of something in order to eliminate any...

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Slow Down

Whether you notice it or not, your skin care and self-care activities are rituals. You can do them in a subconscious state, your mind re-playing a stressful encounter or worrying about an upcoming meeting. OR, you can bring your full consciousness to them, noticing...

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Healthy Summer Hair Care

While the sun, pool days and warmer temperatures are often a welcome change come summer, they can be brutal on your hair. It’s important to give your locks some extra love this season. “The sun, sweat and chlorine can fade color fast. Make sure you have the right...

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Results Lists vs. To Do Lists

Even if you don’t write To Do Lists, everyone knows what they are. And let’s face it – most of us rely on To Do Lists to help us remember all the projects and tasks we are working on. Some people keep theirs in their phone, others use random scraps of paper or a...

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