There are so many little things you can do for your mind, body and skin – ways to help you feel on top of the world and improve your health.
I’d love to help you find the solutions to help you move forward. And.. How to make your changes stick.
All of this is possible by making changes to your life and by living more holistically. It can be very simple, it may not be easy, but it will be worth it!
Your body is sacred, and you should take care of it so remember, you don’t have to be great to get started but you have to get started to be great!
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“LOOK GOOD, FEEL GREAT – 9 Ways to HELP YOU Live a Beautiful Life”
Your skin is your body’s largest organ. It’s a living, breathing mechanism.
Whatever stage of life you’re at it’s always hard at work each day dealing with the cold, central heating, Sun, sweat, grease, pollution, makeup and stuff that life throws at us.
It acts as a home for all your vital organs and alongside your skeleton it keeps them safe. It also regulates your body’s temperature.
It’s one of your body’s elimination organs along with your liver, kidneys, lungs and gastro-intestinal tract helping eliminate toxins. The skin sweats out waste products like salt and ammonia.
It helps protect you from sun damage by producing melanin whilst synthesising vitamin D for strong bones and healthy organs.
Let’s not forget it gives us one of our five senses, that of touch and where would life be without that?
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Perhaps you’re in the US?
A recent Gallup Poll indicated that 61 percent of Americans have a preference to be their own boss suggesting they have interest in starting a business too.
“The Great Resignation” – data suggests that the mass of resignations employers are experiencing may be driven by people wanting to continue with a more flexible approach to work, including the option to work from home. The pandemic has made so many people sit up and think about how they live their lives. They have enjoyed having more free time, not commuting, spending precious hours with loved ones and being more present for their children.