Do you consider yourself to be a perfectionist? I must admit, I have a bit of a perfectionist streak in me. It’s something I’m learning to resist. In fact, Dr. Mollie Marti, founder of BestLifeDesign.com, suggested that I “strive for excellence, not perfection.” I let that sink in and realized we don’t have to be perfect. Perfection is totally unattainable anyway, so why not be the most “excellent” we can be in all areas, including the way we look and feel?
I just read a study that proves how dangerous those drugs that are labeled “HRT” are.
I call them drugs because they’re not real hormones. Hormones have to be made in your body, and these are synthetically created.
I can’t help but get mad at this. I’m so tired of women being in this unnecessary danger.
As you read this, millions of women are getting estrogen.
People ask me how I’m “aging so gracefully,” and I tell them I’m not. I’m simply not aging. Aging gracefully means buying into the myth that you can’t do anything about getting older. But you can.
Fighting the effects of time doesn’t have to be a full-time job, either. Chances are you can reverse the effects of time, weather and pollution without spending any more energy on your appearance than you do now.
And you don’t have to spend a fortune on spa treatments, designer cosmetics or surgery. In fact, you can start with 3 simple steps. Here’s how…