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Fearless Fabulous You! – Don’t Sleep on This One

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestReddit You know the line, “If you see something, say something?” I’m sharing this one: “If you feel something do something.” Sudden changes in your body can happen at any time. Usually it’s your body giving you a hint something is up. But sometimes we don’t take the hint. We’re too busy or distracted. We say, “I’ll sleep on it and see if it goes away.” We try to self-diagnose a symptom and self treat with an over-the-counter drug, herbal or kitchen remedy we read about or someone close to your recommends. You want to save time or money. […]

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Don’t Waste Your Muscles!

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditMost adults lose up to 8% of their muscle mass each decade after age 40. This can accelerate to 15% at age 70. Many of us are aware of the importance of strong muscles, but are we doing all we can to make sure they stay that way? If you think about your body as a house, your bones are the frame, your muscles and tissues are the infrastructure and insulation, and your blood is the circulation system.  Like a house, you need to maintain your body to minimize sags, droops, warps, creaks and cracks that come with age.   According to […]

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How To Get Your Glow Going- The Natural Way

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditDo you glow? I don’t mean in the irradiated sense or sparkled up with bling bling. I mean a glow that is your natural radiance. The “glow” is when your skin is clear; your hair shines, your eyes are  bright; your energy is strong. You exude vitality and brilliance that cannot be purchased in a bottle or wrapped around your body. Clothes, jewelry and makeup can enhance your glow, but they cannot create it or replace it. Many say being in love and having a healthy fulfilling sex life helps. I agree, because your glow comes from inner peace, a […]

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What Made These Two Die Hard Vegans Start Eating Fish?

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditAuthors of “The Vegan Cheat Sheet,“ Amy Cramer and Lisa McComsey have been vegan eaters for many years. Amy teaches vegan cooking classes and is founder of Vegan Eats  which produces grab- and- go vegan meals sold in Whole Foods stores and online. Lisa is an avid marathoner, cyclist and widely published freelance writer. They live the vegan lifestyle. Or at least they did. In their new book, “Seagan Eating” (Tarcher Perigree) Amy and Lisa explain their choice to go “seagan,” as in adding fish to their vegan diet.             Here is a big reason […]

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She’s Got Your Back! Fearless Fabulous You! July 25

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditReports have stated that a sedentary life is not great for your health. Poor posture such as slouching can affect the health of your spine. Long periods of inactivity can lead to obesity, poor cardiovascular health, diabetes and even some cancers according to this report by The Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. During the summer many of us travel by car or plane long distances sitting in cramped spaces which is not good for our health. Adults often take on physical activities with properly preparing their bodies. Dr. Charla Fischer, a spinal surgeon with Columbia University Medical Center, will […]

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Fearless Fabulous You! July 25- Why Does Eye Disease Affect More Women Than Men?

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditDid you know 2 out of 3 visually impaired people are women? One reason is women are living longer. Family history can also be a factor in your eye health. It’s an unfortunate fact that women are at a greater risk than men of developing serious eye diseases.  It’s estimated two-thirds of all blindness and visual impairment occurs in women. Dry eye disease, cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma are all diseases which affect women at a higher rate than men. Although there are no cures for these diseases, there are steps that you can take to prevent the risk of disease and […]

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July, 18, 4pm EST on Fearless Fabulous You!

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditImagine living and working around the world on your time with your son, while making money for your self and making a difference for others through coaching and philanthropy. Sounds good, right? Meet Stephanie Synclair. After working 10 years in corporate America, Stephanie hit a rut and completely changed her life. In the last 7 years, she’s published 5 best selling business and lifestyle books as well as helped hundreds of women completely transform their lives by building their own 6 figure and multi 6 figure brands. In Stephanie’s latest book, “Shut Up and Do the Work,” she outlines five character […]

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Is Your Elderly Parent Eating Properly? Fearless Fabulous You! July 11

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditRemember when your Mom used to bug you about eating your vegetables when you were a child? Well, in my case the shoe is now on the other foot. My 80ish young at heart mother does not like to eat vegetables. Nor does she like to cook. Her meals consist of supermarket takeout or restaurant leftovers or, sigh!, slices of cake and pie. She has a wicked sweet tooth. I worry she is too thin and malnourished; she brushes it off as earning the right at her age to eat whatever she wants if it tastes good. According to the […]

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Beauty Recipes from the Kitchen with Heather Marianna

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditAccording to Beauty Kitchen Founder Heather Marianna “The kitchen isn’t just for cooking anymore.” I get it! Since I was a young girl in college with a limited beauty budget I was always looking for natural,  homemade solutions to caring for my skin, hair and nails. I was a fan of the skin care authority, Aida Gray, who had legions of Hollywood actresses and clients and a book on natural beauty. Store brought products, from mayonnaise and yogurt to honey, sugar, oatmeal, banana and eggs are just some of the ingredients I’ve mixed in various concoctions and applied to my face.   […]

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When “Good in Bed” Means a Good Night’s Sleep

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailYummlyDiggPinterestRedditThese days my definition of being “good in bed” refers less to sex and more to getting a decent night’s sleep. Like many adults I am challenged with bouts of nighttime wakefulness (aka insomnia). And I am not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Insufficient sleep is a public health problem.” An estimated 50 to 70 million U.S. adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder. Source The reality is: What most people are not getting enough of in bed is a good night’s sleep. Hopefully by having better Zzzzs you’ll feel more on your A-game. What […]

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