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Health & Fitness, Well Being

Beginner’s Guide to Acupuncture

No, acupuncture needles do not usually hurt. They are hair thin and are nothing like the needles that you’re used to during your doctor’s visits! If done correctly, acupuncture should evoke calm and serenity. Here is a beginner’s guide to acupuncture for those looking for a less drug-filled and more natural health practice. HISTORY Acupuncture is often seen as an “alternative” to western medicine, even though it preceded our modern medical landscape for thousands of years. It is speculated that acupuncture may have been used as far back as 6000 BCE in China (Hwang, 1996; Ma, 1992). However, the basis […]

Beauty, Clean Cosmetics

Beginner’s Guide to Vegan Beauty

We all need a guide when we are venturing into new territory. Vegan Beauty can be confusing. Finding everyday beauty that is truly effective can feel like a wild goose chase. Finding effective products that are also vegan can seem near impossible to find. For those who are animal loving, who are uneasy with the idea of bugs in your makeup (yes, bugs!), or if you currently eat a vegan diet and are looking to make the switch to an overall animal-free lifestyle (minus our furry family members), here’s a Beginner’s Guide to Vegan Beauty to help you. They are […]

Beauty, Clean Cosmetics

Top Green Beauty Subscription Boxes

It can be hard to find a natural beauty subscription box that you actually like and, believe me, I’ve struggled with the best of them. I went years subbing and un-subbing to box after box until I found a few that I really enjoy and find true value in what they offer. There’s a lot of fluff out there when it comes to beauty boxes so I wanted to share my top picks for the best of the best. No more time wasted; only beauty discoveries await you!   GoodBeing; $18-$21/Month GoodBeing box is probably my favorite green beauty box […]

Business, Entrepreneurship

Why There’s No Such Thing as Competition

Short answer: If you feel like you have competition, then you’re doing a horrible job at being unique, different, or bringing value to your audience and customers. I get this all the time: other beauty brands who want to work with our brand on the editorial side, find out that we also have our own cosmetic line of products, then suddenly sees us as competition to their own business. WRONG! Besides those other beauty brands simply projecting their frustration with their own sales/revenue onto us, it’s incorrect to assume that the TMB cosmetic line is even their competition. Ohhh snap, […]

Beauty, Clean Cosmetics

Top Beauty Tips for the Aging Woman

Notice that I didn’t say “anti-aging” woman? In my opinion, those two little words are extremely toxic and I have been eradicating them from my life. Aging is a privilege that we receive every morning when we awake to another day. Now that we’ve defined us aging gracefully instead of fearing time, let’s move onto a more fun conversation of skin and beauty, as it’s important to feel our best at any age. As we age, our skin gets dry, flaky and new nooks and crannies are popping up everyday. The answer towards combatting these ailments is moisture, and lots […]

Well Being

Simple 3-Day Food Detox

Are you feeling bloated or fatigued, suffering from acne, digestive issues or brain fog? If so, you may be in need of a little quick and easy diet detox. We’ve all been there: exhaustion, lack of sleep and too much business in our lives. But the problem could actually be inward versus outward. Our bodies are exposed to toxins everywhere – from the food we eat, to the air we breathe and even the personal care products we use. And the most gentle and easy way to detoxify is through nutrition. Take three days for yourself to participate in this […]

Blogging, Business

Audience Building 101: Introduction to Easy Email List Building

Contrary to popular (amateur) belief, email is not dead. Email is the single highest converting touch point for audience cultivation and sales conversions. If you are a business, brand or blogger, and your platform relies on the Internet, then email should be your #1 marketing focus. Yep, email list building is more important than the number of social media followers that you have. And referring to the above statement, if email were dead, then you couldn’t use your email to log into your social media, right? Now that we have the air cleared, let me illustrate with some real metrics […]

Big Picture, Mindset

Harnessing Your Emotions for Good

Emotions are a confusing, yet apparent force in our lives. We can ignore them for what they are as they expand and grow. Or we can face them, embrace them and let them be. It really is our choice. Our inner soul is linked to our conscious mind via emotional outpouring: happiness, sadness, disappointment, infuriation, or loneliness. They are all an unavoidable journey that will fester deep within until one of two things happen. We either embrace it, feeling all that it has to offer, then set it free. Or we suppress it and avoid, ultimately allowing it to alter […]

Beauty, Clean Cosmetics

Guide to Kjaer Weis

One of my favorite eco-luxe makeup brands is Kjaer Weis. Clean beauty meets real performance with its high-end makeup products that also happen to have some gorgeous color collections. There is so much to love about their line! The first thing you may notice is that Kjaer Weis comes packaged in some of the most eco-friendly, yet chic packaging around. Its beautiful metal cases are designed to be refillable to minimize waste. As much as I love the gorgeous packaging, I have an insider tip: I find it much easier (and cheaper) to purchase its makeup refills and house them […]

Big Picture, High Performance

How to Beat Performance Anxiety

Yes, this is a real thing. And, no, it’s not the thing you think it is, from some drug commercials you may have seen targeted towards middle-aged men. Many of us experience this or know someone who has fallen victim to this, no matter your age or gender. Performance anxiety is different from the normal level of jitters and nerves you feel before a big test. It’s different from the fear of a squirrel trying to eat you. It’s more severe than the initial feelings of stage fright, although that’s where it’s been studied more extensively (Langendörfer et al., 2006; […]