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Feel Good Beauty November 22nd

Feel Good Beauty Beauty returns Sunday, November 22nd at 1pm EST. To register for this free Zoom event, please go to:

In this episode I’ll share some tips on dressing for a special occasion, organizing your kitchen to ensure a stress-free cooking experience with “The No-Nonsense Home Organization Plan” author Kim Davidson Jones, how to apply makeup like a professional with “Be Your Own Makeup Artist” author Natalie Setareh, and building awareness around the mind and body with Pilates instructor and educator Michelle Pritchard.

Feel Good Beauty November 8th

Feel Good Beauty returns on Sunday, November 8th at 1pm EST. To register for this free Zoom event, please go to:

In this episode I’ll share some tips on discovering and using your perfect skin tone in both your wardrobe and home, incorporating yoga into your life with “Kitchen Yoga: Simple Home Practices to Transform Mind, Body & Life” author Melanie Salvatore-August, creating your very own makeup with “Make it Up: The Essential  Guide to DIY Makeup and Skin Care” author Marie Rayma, and initiating change through journaling with “The Daily Journal Show”’s Jackie Bernardi.

The History of Black Friday

The popular definition of the origin of  “Black Friday” is as follows: Eager shoppers would flood local shops and malls the day after Thanksgiving, and that surge in spending was enough to put retailers “in the black” for the year. Therefore, the day following Thanksgiving was dubbed “Black Friday,” and it became the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. There is however much more to the story, revealed in my interview with the Huffington Post:

Feel Good Beauty September 20th

My video series Feel Good Beauty returns on Sunday, September 20th at 1pm EST. To register for this free Zoom event, please do so here:

Join me for a special program featuring tips on discovering and how to wear your very own Dramatic Color, creating and organizing a home office with “The Upbeat, Organized Office” author Darla DeMorrow, revealing the history and power of scent with fragrance authority and perfume designer Sue Phillips and showing up stronger, more effective, and more fulfilled in every aspect of your life with Tide Risers Founder Lara Holliday.

How to Wear Your Dramatic Color

You will always make a strong statement wearing your Dramatic Color, which is the dominant green, purple or blue color found in the vein in your wrist! Once you have discovered yours, head over to Pinterest for inspiration on how to wear it, along with all twenty-four of the style archetypes found in my book Color Your Style, from The Prom Queen to The Keeper of the Hearth.