Beauty and Style

Breathe to Relax, Lighten Up and Get Ready for the Camera…
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Breathe to Relax, Lighten Up and Get Ready for the Camera…

By Meera Patricia Kerr Modeling can be stressful! We need to be beautiful, sexy, comfortable in our own skin, and radiant, even under challenging conditions. There are simple breathing practices that can be done anywhere that help you relax, lighten up, and get ready for the camera or runway! If […]

Looking Young Whatever Your Age
Beauty / Beauty and Style

Looking Young Whatever Your Age

Time passes quickly and before we know it fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and sagging skin begin to rear their ugly head and it’s truly an eye opener that makes us screech when we see our reflection, “Ah gack!”  Some of us may use stronger superlatives but well … you […]

Petite No Longer the Minority
Beauty and Style

Petite No Longer the Minority

By Cynthia Helwig According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the average woman’s height is 5’4″, which clarifies now more than ever that average truly is petite and makes up nearly 70% of the female population.  Finally, short women are being recognized as the majority and not the minority […]

Dressing for the Big V-Day
Beauty and Style

Dressing for the Big V-Day

By Tashia Rahl Many men and women call me to advise them on what to wear for this very romantic day… technically – evening. People often want to take their image to a new height on this day…of course, some women prefer to wear red or pink – my advice […]

You Deserve to Rock Your Goddess
Beauty and Style / Diet and Weight Loss / Health & Wellness

You Deserve to Rock Your Goddess

By Shann Vander Leek Fresh from a steaming lobster pot of a bubble bath I marvel at my healthy form and thank the Universe for learning how to appreciate my body as part of the divine feminine. I love my Shann-ness: curvaceous, athletic, soft and strong. It feels good to […]

What You Say Before You Speak
Beauty and Style / Communication / Networking / Worth Reading

What You Say Before You Speak

By Lillian Bjorseth The success of any personal encounter begins the second someone lays eyes on you, usually before either of you speaks. Someone sees you across the room. You exchange smiles, and both of you “eye” each other. You are the presenter or the meeting chair, and everyone watches […]

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