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The Art and Science of Transformations

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So, the idea of transformation is not new in our culture. Most of us experience some sort of transformation almost daily, whether it be going from boss or employee by day, to mom, dad, cook, chauffeur, housekeeper, or dog walker by night. We grew up watching the ultimate transformation in Barbie, the bathing-suit-clad, anatomically incorrect… Read more »

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Coming Out of the Closet

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Yes, it’s time. I’ve been putting this off for months now…but no more. As William James, American psychologist and philosopher says, “Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task.” Well, here goes… Today, I’m straightening the linen closet! Want to join me? Though I call this a linen closet, it… Read more »

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Breakfast Is Served

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I’m a true believer in creature comforts. In fact, if I had to list 5 of my favorite comforts in life, they would be: 1.     A great-fitting pair of jeans 2.     A soft toothbrush that won’t make my gums bleed 3.     A fantastic pen that glides along the paper with no skips, stalls, or smudges…. Read more »

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And The Oscar Goes To…

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  I bet you all know that the Academy Awards are this Sunday night, (ABC, 7pm). It’s not that I’m such a huge movie buff. In fact, I’ve only seen two of the films up for best picture, (Moneyball, and The Help.) Also, I don’t sit glued to the red carpet pre-show to see “who’s… Read more »

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Back To Your Roots

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Now before my fellow “fans of foil” get out of sorts, I’m not suggesting we give up our hair dye. Truthfully, I may prefer organic fruits and veggies, but saying no to my standing seven-week glam squad appointment just won’t happen, at least in this lifetime. (What’s a little Balayage highlighting between friends?)   What… Read more »

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Feng Shui 102

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  So last week I introduced you to the art of Feng Shui; a system of arranging, as well as removing, objects in our environment so we can live in harmony attracting positive energy, or ch’i. I hope you tried some of the simple ways to enhance your health, prosperity, and happiness. If you didn’t… Read more »

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Feng Shui 101

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  Have you ever gotten an uncomfortable feeling when you walked into a room? There may not have been anyone in it, but there seemed to be an overwhelming heaviness that made you feel “uneasy?” Now, I’m not talking about walking into a doctor’s office, or entering a cocktail party where you don’t know a… Read more »

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Gifts of Love

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Are you looking for a healthy and non-toxic way to show some love this Valentines Day? Here are some gift ideas for you and your loved ones.   Gift 1: Non-Toxic Nail Polish Look for nail polishes with no Toluene, no Formaldehyde and no DBP. These polishes aren’t hard to find. I bought these at… Read more »

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Juicing Fruit…And Veggies, Too

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These days it seems juicing is all the rage. Cool celebs and many of us regular folk are tossing the java juice for some real honest-to-goodness fruit and veggie juice. As it turns out those free-spirit hippies and raw foodies knew a thing or two about nutrition. They’ve even got some highly visible docs on… Read more »

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Where Are My Keys…to Health and Home?

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If you’re younger than middle-age, I know what you’re thinking, “What is it with drivers these days?” Well, being that I entered a new decade a few weeks ago, let me enlighten you, my young friends…your time is coming too. Or is it? Now, I’m not condoning poor driving but I can tell you that… Read more »

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