Weekday Wisdom Episode 55 All work and no play makes you a really dull person. Today, we’re going to do a deeper dive into question number 15 from the quiz I gave you back in Episode 40. And question number 15 is: I’m busy, but I find time to do […]
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Weekday Wisdom, Episode 54 Do you keep the plans you make for yourself? That’s what we’re going deep dive into in today’s Weekday Wisdom. Today we’re going over Question 14 in the quiz — we’re down to the last three questions! — which I gave you way back in Episode […]
Weekday Wisdom, Episode 52 Do you say no when it’s appropriate to or when you need to? That’s what we’re going to talk about in today’s Weekday Wisdom. Today we’re going to go over Question Number 12 from the quiz I gave you away back in Episode 40. And question […]
Weekday Wisdom, Episode 51 Do you take care of yourself when you start feeling ill? Well, that’s what we’re going to talk about in today’s Weekday Wisdom. Today’s episode is a little ironic, and you’ll understand why in a moment. Today I’m going over Question Number 11 from the quiz […]
Weekday Wisdom, Episode 45 Do you set aside “me” time regularly? That’s what we’re going to talk about in today’s Weekday Wisdom. Video and audio versions are available at the bottom of this post. In episode 40, I gave you a quiz that was about how well you balance your […]
A job transition can be stressful — whether they’re due to layoff, a new job (or business) or working extra hours because others workers were laid off. If you’re facing one, consider the following. 1. Take an honest look at yourself. What are your strengths, weaknesses, skills? How did those […]
Learn more about the 31-Day Celebrate You! Challenge Everyone needs a little “me” time. For some that is a leisurely bubble bath … with candles lighting the room. For others it is reading a good book. Whatever it is for you, schedule some time to indulge — even if but […]
In February, I was hit by a car while crossing the street. The resulting scars on my face have really been bothering me, especially the purple one down the middle of my forehead. So, I’ve been learning how to camouflage it with make up. This activity has helped me look […]
I’ve now diligently cleansed my face and applied the Vita-K products twice a day for a week. Here are my observations:
I’ve been feeling better about myself: more confidence, more engaged and more interested in looking nicer over all. Taking care of yourself in one small way opens up avenues of self-care in other ways.
I’ve been receiving more compliments on the way I look … from complete strangers. My theory is that as I feel better about myself, it shows in all sorts of ways and makes me more magnetic. Again, taking care of yourself in one small way has an impact in other ways.
The age spots on my face seem to be fading just a little. Take a look at the photo below. It could be my imagination (or the quality of the photos), but it seems that the age spots on the left side of my face (right side of the picture) are just a tad lighter than they were a week ago. (Click on the picture to see a larger view.)