The residual effects of 2020, leading into 2021, are all signs of a deeper issue - emotional imbalance and an opportunity for emotional healing.
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The New Year is finally here, and despite the challenges faced in 2020, there were many opportunities for success!
Not only did 2020 whip us into shape, but it refined our skill sets and forced us out of our comfort zones.
Hopefully, you completed your 2021 vision board, but if not I will outline 6 areas to jumpstart your goal planning!
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What a year! There were great and horrific moments. We had killer hornets, giant flying spiders, quarantine DJ's and dope Verzuz battles. Every day was pajama day at the office. (I mean living room).
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“Christmas time is here. Happiness and cheer.”
Like 30% of shoppers, I have completed less than half of my shopping list.
Feel empowered to complete your holiday shopping in no time with our list of gift ideas for every budget.
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I'm sure we can all agree, social distancing and wearing a mask during the holidays is complicated; especially when all you want to do is share a meal, a game/movie night, and laughs with family and friends. (#YOLO, right?)
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“I’ve got beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, chicken, turkey, dressing...you name it”!
It’s about to go down! We are 6 days away from Thanksgiving Day, and that much closer to tasting some of our Thanksgiving Dinner favorites!
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Depression is infamous for producing a lack of interest or emotion towards something or someone that used to incite feelings of excitement and enjoyment.
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Me shouting underneath 10 blankets and a comforter: “Babe can we please turn the heat up?”
Him: “The thermostat is already on 85F...”
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“If at first, you don’t succeed, [wipe it all off, let it air out] and try again.” Or something like that.
Is it unusual that women are more likely to suffer from sensitive skin than men?... Not really huh.
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Top concerns among our seasoned audience pertain to mature skin and ways to restore skin post-menopause.
Since we aren't getting any younger, this would be an interesting topic for women of all ages.
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“Shake’em Up. Shake’em Up. Shake’em Up. Shake’em!”
Combination skin is considered one of the most complex skin types, though I consider it as being the best of both worlds.
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Dry skin…“Hated It!”
Regardless of how much lotion you put on, it never seems to do the job. And forget oiling up. The only moisturizers that seem to work are Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, and Petroleum Jelly...
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