I am so ready for some spring break fun in the sun! How about you? I love feeling the sand between my toes with a cold drink in my hand. But, the sun, is not really my friend so I have to be careful about what I wear in the sun and the products I use to make sure to my skin is sun safe.
We live in a world packed with images of what a “perfect” body looks like, so it’s no wonder that poor body image is an issue that many of us suffer from. However, just because we may be feeling down about the way we look, it doesn’t mean that we can't overcome these feelings. Body image issues can start to affect our self-confidence, so it’s essential that we learn to see ourselves in a more positive light - as the amazing creations we each are!
I am excited to partner with Amy Connell with Graced Health. Amy is a recovering calorie and step counter. She’s a nutrition nut who also loves wine and chocolate, especially when enjoyed together. She founded Graced Health in 2016 to minister to women seeking a faith-based healthy lifestyle but don’t always have the time or energy for a perfect process (or body). Amy encourages women to strive for balanced health, sustainable healthy living, and appreciation of their bodies. She writes, speaks and coaches this same mission. Amy has been a certified group fitness instructor for over 12 years. Today Amy gives us best get healthy tips that you can use at the office - even when you are in your business suit!
Beauty is not just what you apply to your face, or how you wear certain products. It’s not fashion. It’s a composite of all of these things, and how they work together. It also is largely determined by how well you treat yourself. Helping beauty through dietary health is absolutely a reality, and it’s important to understand why. To begin with, you are what you eat, in every sense of the phrase. The things you digest become the physical composition of your body, meaning that it pays to eat the right things that make you feel comfortable in your own skin. Here’s how:
The signs of age catch us all eventually, and they can arrive sooner than you think. According to experts, your face starts to age in your late teens and early twenties (WHAT?). During this time, research shows that your skin and indeed face changes from being that of a teenager to that of a woman. The good news is that baby fat melts away around the time. The bad? It can be the first signs that you have started to get older.
Of course, ageing isn’t just about wrinkles and your skin losing its full elasticity. Ageing can hit you in a variety of different ways and show off various flaws all over your body rather than just one your face. Don’t forget, your nose is one of the only things that continue growing throughout your life. So, take a look at it right now and realise that in about thirty years it will be, somewhat noticeably, bigger. The question we need to ask then is how to handle the first signs of ageing. Should you cover them up, ignore them, embrace them or perhaps even take more drastic options. I have been fighting the good fight against aging since my mid-20s with botox, lasers and other treatments. There are a number of possibilities to consider here so let’s explore the choices.
It's Valentine's Day in just a few days and whether you are dining out out with your significant other or hitting the town with your galentines, this is the holiday to vamp up your look. We have beauty picks for smoky, sultry, saucy, and everything in between.
Winter colds and illnesses have been rampant in my office and at my house so this post has been a long time coming. After I have been ill or injured, I can still feel really drained, tired and run down. I might have beaten the illness or injury, but it has left an impact. I want to get back to my old self as quickly as possible and refill my energy. Here are some of my quick tips on how to get back to being healthy after battling illness, injury or surgery.
I am so excited to partner with one of the most amazing dermatologists - Dr. Jennifer Deaver Peterson. She happens to be my dermatologist and has been for years. She has done wonders to help my acne, melasma, fine lines, wrinkles, well you get it.... But don't just take my word for it. Drjenforyourskin (on insta) is certified by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery in dermatologic cosmetic surgery. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and is a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery, the American College of Phlebology, the Texas Dermatological Society, and the Houston Dermatological Society. Short answer: when she talks about skin we should listen!. I am heading to Puerto Vallarta this weekend so her timing for this info could not be better! So here it is straight from Dr. Jen.
It's cold outside and if you are like me, then you’re dreaming of a warm beach vacation. But before you go make sure to pack your bag with some of my favorite dermatologist picks to keep your skin safe and protected.
We hope you have had a health and beautiful 2017 and cannot wait to show you all we have in store for 2018! But for now this is a roundup of our top 5 most popular health and beauty blog posts of 2017 all in one place! Here is to a beautiful year in review!
It is holiday party season and you need to look fabulous for your night out on the town! You cannot stick with the same routine. You know you need a little more glam but what glam can you add without turning into a club kid? We have the list.
M.E.L. is an attorney and small business entrepreneur whose mission is to help professionals conquer the workaday world with style and poise.
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