Many of us have learned to put the needs of others before our own. That is understandable when we have children, elderly parents, even business clients who need our care. It is understandable, but not necessarily healthy. Perhaps as the deep freeze of winter begins to thaw and the long nights become shorter we can all find better ways to consider our own needs, to provide self-care. If you naturally recoil at the idea, you’re not alone.
Isn’t it odd how many words or phrase
Lisa Furgison(Joy Of Spa)
Weddings are full of teary moments of joy. From the first kiss to the father-daughter dance, guests will snap pictures and reach for tissues during your ceremony and reception. While there are plenty of precious moments on the big day, leading up to it is a bit more stressful. As the bride, you've likely hit a few snags in the planning phases. From overbooked caterers to opinionated family members, you'll probably need to find ways to unwind before
You notice lines on your face that weren’t there yesterday. Or someone asks you if you’re feeling OK because you’ve been looking tired lately. You check yourself out in the mirror and you hardly recognize yourself. Who is that old person peering back at you?
While it’s inevitable that we all get older, maybe you’re not ready to look older. However, you’re also not ready for plastic surgery. Spas and wellness centers have a variety of treatments at our disposal that can addr
Revitalize, Refresh and Renew the Mom in Your Life
Mother's Day gives you a unique opportunity to spoil your mom. After all, she's the woman who wiped away your tears, put Band-Aids on boo boos, and taught you how to be a good person. Now, it's your turn to return the favor. This year give your mom, or that special woman in your life, a gift that revitalizes. Here are a few refreshing gift options for your mom:
A quiet day at the spa
Let your mom unwind and relax by book