Tag Archive | Healthy Lifestyle

Quality vs Quantity– What Makes Life Worth Living?

Source: Life Inseparable

Living according to the status quo means we slow down with age.  Such expectations become self-fulfilling if we believe them.  Fortunately, there’s always those who defy “the usual,” the heroes I like putting on my own vision board of the future.

Living with purpose and joy matters, at least to some of us, instead of merely existing.  What’s your plan??

92 yr old Yogi

92 yr old Yogi

90 yr old Hiker

90 yr old Hiker

94 yr old Track Star

94 yr old Track Star

According to these incredible leaders, it’s never too late too start, nor should one ever stop !!

Motivational #QOD3

Yessss!!

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You Have to Live the Life

We have to remember that life is whatever we make it.  If there’s something about it that we don’t like, we have to create a different ending.

So, get up and be BOLD! get up and LOVE! get up and LIVE! get up and EXPRESS YOURSELF!

Because you are worthy and deserve the best life that you imagine! So, start TODAY and be GREAT!!!

Thanks for reading!

Ms. Tammy 💋 💪 👣 💕

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Rejuvity all-natural skin care works!

Beautiful at any age

Beautiful at any age….

... Any skin tone

… any skin tone

.... many skin problems

…. many skin problems

Rejuvity Skin Care Review Followup

I just started the Rejuvity skin care system myself, and agree with Shelley’s review about seeing results:  my pores have already shrunk some and my skin looks younger! For me, finding a chemical- free system that works is tough because my skin is tough from sun damage. I’m really impressed this is effective for all skin types! Read more about it HERE

Just to keep it real, this is me without makeup:

the natural look– BEFORE pic

Ask me about a $5 trial size!

All about able women

Kudos to this able-Spirit woman!

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There is something special about being ignored. About being looked past, or over. A pang, that almost tastes like shame, for apologetically asking for a crumb. A seat at the table.

On March 8, there is an event on in Sydney. It’s being widely publicised on radio and tickets are nearly sold out. All About Women sells itself as a space to discuss a range of topics among some impressive women. Lots of people I know are going. I’m not.

In January, I asked the organisers about the accessibility of the venue and the event, if there were any panels discussing disability or if any of the presenters were women with a disability. In response, I was told that the curators would email me, and that they hadn’t asked any of the panellists to disclose whether they had a disability or not.

Hmm, I wonder what this means? Is it…

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