Look Better Naked!

Posted: August 21, 2010 in Health, Wellness

The revolutionary six-week plan to tighten, tone, and shape your best body ever!

Whether you’re in decent shape or haven’t broken a sweat in months, your goal of a hot new body — one you’re happy with and confident enough to flaunt — is just weeks away. With Look Better Naked, you’ll unveil the very best version of you!  Get a super sexy body in six weeks!

A proven breakthrough from the Editors of  Women’s Health. Grab this opportunity to try it out for FREE for 21 days! Hurry!


Workouts To Go!

Posted: August 21, 2010 in Fitness, Wellness

At this day and age, pretty much anything you need to be able to function from day to day comes in ultra handy packaging and is portable! Now even your trainer can fit in the palm of your hand, because now you can pack all the power of a Women’s Health workout into your portable media player.  Click to download any of the body-transforming workouts on the site, and you’ll get video of the exercises and a slideshow of the workout that paces you through your sets while you listen to your favorite tunes.

ShoeDazzle Your Personal Shoe Stylist

Posted: August 21, 2010 in Fashion

Have you joined the World’s Premier Shoe Society yet?  How it works is:

(1) You take their Fashion Survey

(2) Their stylists pick 5 shoes for you

(3) Then you choose the pair you want!

Free shipping provided within the contiguous United States.

Quotes We Live By

Posted: August 21, 2010 in Beauty, Spiritual/Inspirational

‎”There is no such thing as an ugly woman. There are only those who have not realized their full potential.” ~Caroline Cox

“If you’re planning on being seriously seductive, a matching set of bra and knickers is called for. It is a myth that only prostitutes wear coordinating and matching underwear.” ~Camilla Morton, How To Walk In High Heels

‎”Charm is the key to gaining glamour on the inside; it’s the invisible part of beauty–and nobody who is devoid of charm can be truly divine.” ~Caroline Cox, How To Be Adored

“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” ~Buddha

“Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.” ~Judy Garland

“It matters more what’s in a woman’s face than what’s on it.” ~Claudette Colbert

‎”Every woman has the right to be beautiful.” ~Elizabeth Arden

“Beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.” ~ Sophia Loren

“Some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty – they merely move it from their faces into their hearts.” ~Martin Buxbaum

“It’s [beauty] a kind of radiance. People who possess a true inner beauty, their eyes are a little brighter, their skin a little more dewy. They vibrate at a different frequency.” ~Cameron Diaz

“The recipe for beauty is to have less illusion and more Soul, to retreat from the belief of pain or pleasure in the body into the unchanging calm and glorious freedom of spiritual harmony.” ~Mary Baker Eddy

“You can’t put your value in looks. Presence is based upon magnitude. You can pretend to have an air about you but it is quickly deflated, but you cannot deflate presence. Presence walks into a room and surrounds and fills anything that’s in that room without trying to demand it, it takes it. It can come from a smile. What is beautiful radiates.” ~Terrence Howard

“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Let your beauty not be external by the braiding of hair and wearing of gold jewelry – but the inner person of the heart, the lasting beauty of a gentle and tranquil spirit, which is precious in God’s sight.” ~1 Peter 3: 3-4

“A person is only beautiful, when their own beauty, is reflecting on to others.” ~Tara Grady

“People are like stained glass windows: they sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light within.” ~Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.” ~Helen Keller

“Joy is the best makeup.” ~Anne Lamott

“Everybody has beauty- just not everybody can see it.” ~Confucius

“It’s beauty that captures your attention; personality which captures your heart.” ~Anonymous

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” ~Jawaharlal Nehru

“Things are pretty, graceful, rich, elegant, handsome, but, until they speak to the imagination, not yet beautiful.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

“There is certainly no absolute standard of beauty. That precisely is what makes its pursuit so interesting.” ~John Kenneth Galbraith

“Beauty is an ecstasy; it is as simple as hunger. There is really nothing to be said about it. It is like the perfume of a rose: you can smell it and that is all.” ~W. Somerset Maugham

“The real sin against life is to abuse and destroy beauty, even one’s own—even more, one’s own, for that has been put in our care and we are responsible for its well-being.” ~Katherine Anne Porter

“Until you yourself believe its true, you will never find the beauty that lies in you.” ~Anonymous

“Don’t let someone determine if you are beautiful or not because the only way to be beautiful is for you to first think that you are.” ~Anonymous

“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” ~Marilyn Monroe

“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.” ~Marilyn Monroe

“We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle.” ~Marilyn Monroe

“I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot!” ~Marilyn Monroe

“I don’t mind being burdened with being glamorous and sexual. Beauty and femininity are ageless and can’t be contrived, and glamour, although the manufacturers won’t like this, cannot be manufactured. Not real glamour; it’s based on femininity.” ~Marilyn Monroe

“We are all born sexual creatures,thank God, but it’s a pity so many people despise and crush this natural gift.” ~Marilyn Monroe


We’ve all heard that line a thousand times.  Most people agree with it.  Lots of people want to achieve it.  But how is it really done?  How does one become beautiful not only on the outside but also from the inside?  What does being “beautiful inside and out” truly mean?

Simply put, whatever your concept is of right and wrong, put that into practice and that will serve as the foundation of your inner beauty!  However, not  every one of us grew up in the right environment therefore we differ in our understanding of what is considered morally, ethically and socially right or wrong behaviors.  So we’ll give you some rules of thumb that could serve as your guide in your journey towards discovering and nurturing your inner beauty, until it radiates from the inside out.  One thing we’re gonna try not to be in this blog post is to be “preachy”.  The last thing on our mind is to sound like Dr. Phil.  So we’ll do our best to simplify the whole point:

  • Treat Others As You Would Have Them Treat You! – We know that many people tend to exaggerate this.  Of course, this doesn’t mean that just because you decided to treat yourself to a spa, that it means you’re gonna have to treat five of your friends to the spa as well.  Come on! Although that really would be nice, not every one can afford to do that! This pertains more to the words “RESPECT” and “COMPASSION”.  Have a genuine respect for other people–respect their privacy, respect their property or belongings, respect their opinions, respect their feelings–just as you would like your privacy, your property, your opinions and your feelings respected.  Compassion on the other hand is the absence of selfishness.  When you start thinking more about another person’s well being than your own, that’s compassion.   Begin caring for others the way you would hope to be cared for.  It’s as simple as that!
  • Learn How To Zip It! – If you’ve got nothing good to say about a particular person, then don’t say a word.  Being glamorous is also synonymous to “good breeding” so you shouldn’t be caught gossiping ’cause gossiping ain’t glamorous nor classy at all!
  • Learn How To Say “Sorry” – Admitting that you’re wrong when you know you’re wrong and sincerely apologizing for it is a highly admirable quality because it shows humility, and humility is one of the strongest foundation of inner beauty.
  • Watch What’s Coming Out Of Your Mouth In Public – We’re not suggesting that you pretend to be somebody you’re not, or to suppress your emotions, but wisdom is also the beginning of beauty.   Here are some things you should never talk about in public especially where other people can hear you: your sexual activities, dirty jokes, things or people that are driving you insanely angry, other people’s flaws, handicap or disabilities (unless you’re talking about your desires to help or reach out to them), financial crisis or bankruptcy, your husband’s or boyfriend’s affair, your own (extra marital) affair!
  • Have A Genuine Appreciation For Your Life, No Matter What You’re Going Through – We know this is probably easier said than done but if you really wanna develop that inner beauty, this must be done!  Begin by analyzing what it is about your life that makes you feel dissatisfied about it.  It will help if you list them all down.  Next to that list, begin listing down the things you are grateful for, and next to that, the things that you are still hopeful about.  This must be followed by a choice to focus on the good things you do have and that “hope” that something better is yet to come (and WILL SURELY come!), rather than the “disappointments of the present”.  Once you start believing that each day brings you closer to the things you hope for, you will have more zest about your life, you will always face each day with a HUGE SMILE on your face, and people will begin to notice that glow about you, and that glow will light up your entire being and aura!

So there you go! This will surely be the start of your journey to becoming a better you so go and Get Glamorous Now!


Wardrobe Must-Haves: Back To Basics

Posted: March 22, 2010 in Fashion

A common dilemma among many women is the issue of wardrobe.  If you are one of those extremely blessed to have closets-full of clothes, you are most likely already familiar with what we call “the basics” of building your wardrobe.  However, if you are just now trying to build your wardrobe, or are in the process of re-thinking your wardrobe, you might just find this tip very helpful.

Let’s start with the Wardrobe Must-Haves:

1. A Good Pair of Jeans

Whether low-waisted or high-waisted, invest in a really good-fitting pair of denims.  There is no rule as to whether you should go for the branded one or not, so long as you feel comfortable in it and it looks good on you, most especially around the thighs and on the behind!  They go well with almost any kind of top.

2. Khaki Pants

It’s important to choose the right fabric, shade and cut when it comes to khaki pants.  They go best with white, black, brown and red tops.

3. White Pants

White pants also go well with almost any type of tops.  Just like the khaki pants, keep in mind the type of material or fabric, and also the cut, when choosing your pair of white pants.

4. A Pair of Black Slacks/Dress Pants

Next to the denims, the black slacks is the most versatile pair of pants you’ll ever own.  You can use them for your office/professional ensemble, for a dinner date, or for cocktail parties.  The possibilities are endless.

5. Plain White Tee

If you’re just building your wardrobe now, we advise that you get the plain white tee (no prints) because even if you end up wearing it everyday, nobody will be able to tell that it’s the same white tee you’ve been wearing.  Now, once you have all the basics down, then you can gradually add more pieces to your wardrobe, including printed tees.

6. Long-sleeved Button Down Shirt

This is one of our favorites among the basic must-haves.  You may choose to get it in white or in black, it really doesn’t matter since both colors go well with whatever type of pants.  However, they are best worn tucked-in with your pair of denims and a fashionable black or brown leather belt.

7. Turtle Neck Top

Some would probably not include this in their list of “basic must-haves” but we do.  A turtleneck top, whether black or white, epitomizes elegance without going way too formal.  It is also best worn tucked-in with your pants of choice–denim, khakis, or your black slacks–and a chic belt.

8. Little Black Dress

Last but not the least on our list of “Basic Wardrobe Must-Haves” is the famous “little black dress”.   When shopping for your LBD, choose one that looks very versatile, which means something that you can see yourself wearing to a variety of events, such as a dinner date, a girls’ night out, an event at the office, cocktail parties, and even to church.  That is why the LBD made it to our list of “Basic Wardrobe Must-Haves”.  Don’t be misled into thinking that the LBD has to literally be “little”.  Depending on your personal fashion taste and style, there are different variations of the LBD in stores that will surely meet your specific preferences.