Tag: well-being and beauty

Movie Screening Coming to San Diego: The Milky Way – Every Mother Has a Story

Movie Screening Coming to San Diego: The Milky Way – Every Mother Has a Story

One of the most impressive things to me is harnessing the power to tell a story that helps create awareness and change.  That, coupled with talent and opportunity to share and generate something inspirational and life-changing sure has my attention! An important film about something that I have been passionate about for some time is coming to audiences across the country this Mother’s Day […]

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Why My Being a Blond Never Really Paid Off

Why My Being a Blond Never Really Paid Off

I just had an engaging conversation with a close friend (actually, my husband!) and I shared with him that I had calculated that between the ages of 18 and 30 years-old I had spent approximately $10,000 on having blond hair (OK, including cuts)…

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Flourishing After Adversity – A Hera Hub Event

Flourishing After Adversity – A Hera Hub Event

Join us and be inspired as these two prominent San Diego women share intimate details of their challenging journey from adversity to success. Felena and Renee will relate their touching experiences and lessons and lead participants through two game-changing exercises. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to unleash a “new, more powerful you!”

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Renee Kohn Healing – A Beacon of Light

Renee Kohn Healing – A Beacon of Light

On the outside, everything looked great. Inside, I was dying and filled with pain, suffering, and self-hatred. 20 years ago, I made the choice to start healing (and looking at my own inner demons) and my spiritual journey began…

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Does Barbie on the Cover of Sports Illustrated Harm Girls?

Does Barbie on the Cover of Sports Illustrated Harm Girls?

Introducing Barbie’s image to a platform that glorifies half-naked pin-ups implies that our girl’s play doll now has assumed the status of sex symbol, and is now gracing the cover of the magazine that Daddy grabs at the store. Barbie, along with her multitude of roles as astronaut, president, and school teacher, is now also making the decision (by default!) to be portrayed as honoring the precise platform that for years has entertained men’s lustful eyeballs…

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How to Fight Cold and Flu Symptoms Using Your Garden!

How to Fight Cold and Flu Symptoms Using Your Garden!

Now, here is a list of the my favorite herbs to grow in your herb garden, indoor or outdoor that can help you combat this year’s cold and flu season as well as add some flavor to your meals. I also added in a couple fruits and spices that are also key to germ fighting and immunity boosting…

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How Miss Organized’s Tracy Paye Helped Me Clear Out the Clutter!

How Miss Organized’s Tracy Paye Helped Me Clear Out the Clutter!

This is a sponsored post, thanks to The Online Mom. It isn’t every day that you are told that a published book has an entire chapter written about you! I shared in a prior post that I am the woman referred to in the last chapter as ”Heather” in professional organizer, Tracy Paye’s book, If Clutter Could Talk the […]

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Mastering One Meal at a Time

Mastering One Meal at a Time

The following is a guest post by Cathie Nichols. I cannot even begin to count on my hands (and we’ll need to throw in all my toes) how many times I’ve started a diet and then stopped, but I’m sure the number surpasses one hundred but probably more.  The urge to lose weight usually starts […]

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A Modern Valentine’s Day: Five Original Valentines Ideas

A Modern Valentine’s Day: Five Original Valentines Ideas

…spending, in itself, is not enough to make a loved one happy—as many a jilted Valentine’s gift-giver has learned the hard way, a personalized gift can mean far more than the most expensive, glittery pair of diamond earrings…

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Donate Your Prom Dresses to the Princess Project in San Diego

Donate Your Prom Dresses to the Princess Project in San Diego

Throughout January, The Princess Project, for its sixth year now, is collecting gently-used prom dresses and evening gowns to distribute to high school girls in San Diego that come from low-income families. The non-profit company will collect gently used prom dresses and evening gowns to distribute to high school girls from low-income families in San Diego…

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