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Apr
22

Step by Step

Taking steps is one the most important things we are taught as babies. In order to learn to walk, we must take those first steps. Learning to walk will give us independence, whereby we can go around on our own. We took steps, we learned to make strides and look at us go. Drs. Katie Rodan and Kathy Fields, of Rodan + Fields Dermatologists, have taken some big steps in their lives. These Stanford trained...
Apr
18

Harry Potter Meet Nancy Drew

Today my local library is having a Harry Potter marathon for some of our local schools. I’m not exactly sure what that is, but there were a lot of kids that were pretty darn excited about it. The staff was dressed in costume and looked awesome. There was a buzz of excitement that seemed rather edgy for a library and it got me to thinking about the library in the small southern town of my youth. In those...
Apr
18

Aunt Sis and Aging

I am a very lucky woman! My adorable 5 year old nephew, Mason and his equally adorable 4 year old sister, Miller love me all the way to the moon and back. I know this because they tell me every time we say goodbye at the end of our phone conversations. The other day Mason called and asked “Aunt Sis, are you old?” I’m not sure why this day Mason was concerned about Aunt Sis being old, but you could...
Apr
12

My Grandmother’s Girls

My grandmother, Ollie Louise Garrett Warren, lived to be 93. She was the mother of 8 and ran a busy boarding house in the 1920s and 30s. No doubt this woman did not have an gentle life. There were no yoga classes or spa days for her. In addition to caring for 8 chldren and the daily details of the boarding house, worked a huge garden and raised chickens. Fresh vegetables and farm fresh eggs were served...
Apr
5

With A Little Help From My Friends

There is so much said about aging, especially now that for the first time in history more people are turning 60 than are turning 40. Even though renaissance poets and writers, such as William Shakespeare might have recognized the beauty of imperfection and the wisdom that comes with age, we today value a complexion unmarred by time and life. The pressures to stave of “Father Time” growns ever...
Apr
1

Host or Hostage?

Host or Hostage? Although aging is inevitable, much of what we consider undesirable is more within our control than people realize. It is really up to us how to deal with the signs of aging when it comes to our face. Preventing wrinkles is far easier, much less painful and incredible cheaper than correction. Today options for treating wrinkles are numerous and growing by leaps and bounds. The anti-aging skin care market...
Mar
30

Donna Tisdale Shares the Power of Being First

Everyone likes being first, but when it is first to join a business that is predicted to grow to a mulit-billion dollar business, you definitely don’t want to wait till another day.  

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