There’s something about the end of summer that makes me a little blue. It’s always extra hot and there’s the knowledge that vacations are over. If you had one, you’re back. If you didn’t, you’re not getting one. It’s just a little depressing. Maybe some of you are like me and need some cheering up. So, here’s a happiness boosting blog. Remember the song from The Sound of Music, “My Favorite Things”? Julie Andrews tells us that when the dog bites, or the bee stings, or when you’re feeling sad, it’s time to think happy thoughts and then you won’t feel so bad. What are your happy thoughts? Here are some of mine to wet your whistle and get you thinking. [Read more…] about The Dog Days of Summer
NEWS & VIEWS
We all know that a generous person is more pleasant to be around than a selfish, stingy soul, but can generosity actually make you more physically attractive? I think it can.
Generosity makes you happier. Happier people are perceived to be more attractive. [Read more…] about Can Generosity Make You More Attractive?
When we think of generosity, we often think about giving money or possessions. What if someone asked for one of your body parts? That’s a whole different kind of generous.
After writing a series of articles for this blog, Vanity Network, and OC Healthcare News about Botox, fillers, teeth whitening, and other ways we can enhance our outside, I felt a need for some internal balance. This month, and for several more, I want to celebrate the true beauties among us. Those women who stand out because of generosity, strength, compassion… [Read more…] about A Girl’s Best Friend – Generosity is Beautiful
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was a world in which women weren’t catty? Wouldn’t it be great if we supported each other’s efforts, dreams, and talents? What if we actually appreciated all the diversity that existed in the women around us instead of comparing ourselves to see where we fell in the pecking order? Speaking of pecking, what if we knocked that off, too? [Read more…] about Redefining Beautiful: A Different Kind of Pageant
Fillers can add a little anti-aging magic to your face, but many of us are fearful of using them. We’ve all seen women with chipmunk cheeks and profiles that resemble Marge Simpson’s. How can we enhance and repair without taking it too far? I interviewed Lita Gelgur from Not Just Faces Medical Aesthetics to get some answers for Vanity Network.
VN – What kind of problems can fillers fix? [Read more…] about Aging Gracefully–The Final Word on Fillers