Health And Beauty: How and Why

I saw children dressed in pressed school uniforms, carrying new backpacks, and wearing trendy shoes, on the commuter train yesterday, and immediately looked at the calendar app on my i-Phone. I can’t believe – back to school season – is upon us. Which is a wonderful and crazy thing – compounding to the already chaotic city life with kids blending throughout, starting school.

And so I remained on my phone throughout the ride, in an effort to tune out the yell-talking across the train, the kicking and shoving, horsing around, and all things that remind us that being youthful is simply a part of life.

Here’s what I tagged to share today:

There is a list of five books that is said to change your life – if you are looking for ways to improve or realign yourself.

  • Thirteen Things 1. Thirteen Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do by Amy Morin
  • How To Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie
  • How Will You Measure Your Life by Clayton M. Christensen, James Allworth, and Karen Dillon
  • Finding Your Element by Ken Robinson
  • Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Coleman

 

  • Dry brushing was something my mother did when we were young. A cultural norm, which I hated when I was a child – but apparently it is now a trend – where most Spas offer. Which I tried a few weeks ago and I must say, I never felt better and it is something I do recommend – as an adult, not so much as a child under the age 12.

 

 

Lately I am not liking the makeup I’ve been applying. Not sure if my skin is transition into a whole new milestone or the fact, foundations and such are blended differently and therefore don’t last throughout the day as they claim to do. If you are struggling like myself, then here are some helpful tools

For The Care of Your Hair – You must understand the root of the problem

How: Cast Iron care for the chef who appreciates all things cooking –
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