MERRY CHRISTMAS! also a TIME FOR HONORING MOTHERS
Christmas a time for honoring Mothers.
So many of Sunheart's customers are professional women; therapists, Hollywood writers, artists, homemakers, doctors, lawyers and mothers. This is Christmas time and other holy-days are also celebrated. But it is also the time, in my mind, to honor the Mothers! All the mothers in the world who have done the great deed of raising one, two or more children. What a task!
The dedication and devotion to the care and nurturing of little ones, as they grow up, and into their adulthood. The trials and tribulations, the joys and the hurts. All this a mother's heart has to hold. The mother also has her personal joys and sorrows to deal with as she takes care of other's needs.
Even if you did not have children personally, there are nieces and nephews, cousins or brother and sisters to look after. Or our task in the world can be the child we nurture and grow.
So whether we are Christian, or Jewish or Muslim, Pagan or Atheist lets take a moment, a breath to thank those Mothers who have helped us in our lives. Our own mothers perhaps, or others in the guise of an elder, or friend who brought us that tender hearted mother love. Thank you all you Divine Mothers in the World & Merry Christmas & Happy Holy-days!
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Embrace Your Inner Goddess: The Power of Dressing Up at Any Age
Ladies, listen up! In a world that often seems obsessed with youth and perfection, it's easy for us to feel like we're losing our sparkle as we age. But let me tell you something: age is just a number, and there's no expiration date on feeling beautiful and confident. As we get older, we've earned every wrinkle and gray hair, and it's time to embrace them as badges of honor. One of the simplest yet most powerful ways to reclaim our confidence and reconnect with our inner goddess is through the act of dressing up.
Hey! There are countless studies that color supports positive moods and can bring a sense of peace, joy, courage or calm.
If you feel under the weather in a No-Can-Do slump, take a look at your wardrobe and take a "picture" an emotional "picture of your color palette." as it hangs on the closet rods....
Are the colors dull, dark, slumpy? (in an emotional context) then it's time to CHANGE your wardrobe - bring in sunny yellows, encouraging oranges, firery reds, colors that LiFT your spirit and make you happy.