In this post are my 3 major reasons for attending and the highlights from one of my most fabulous High Point N.C. Market trip I have ever attended.
Here I am speaking speaking to a group of O50s, those over 50, learning of the 2 main ingredients to live the vibrantly, fun- filled, healthy life that I believe is possible for everyone. Find out if you have or want to have these two important keys to living and loving your life now and for your future.
Downsizing is a challenge for everyone. But as an interior designer, downsizing my own life and next home definitely brings its own unique pressures and challenges in my seeking joy in this huge life transition! Read why…
It is not normal for authors to have a larger than typical size photo of themselves on the back cover of their books. As most of you have come to realize though, I have never been considered very “normal.” Read more to find out why I did this abnormally large author photo.
Some of us remember that wonderful commercial years ago for Calgon bath salts, that translated to “get me out of here, and take me away”! Well, certainly in our hyped up, stressed out world we live in today, nothing could be more appreciated than the thought of escaping our worlds for a moment to de-stress.
One of our Design Hound sponsors at KBIS Las Vegas were made for this stressful time we’re living in–Mr. Steam. This is one of those wellness products that can help relieve some of that stress that medical research says is a negative thing in our lives.
How cute is this doggie shower? This year at KBIS Las Vegas, Wellborn Cabinets had an adorable display of their featured products as well as this cute doggie to demonstrate this doggie shower! (I almost thought he was real!)
Many people are familiar with the 80-20 principle when it comes to business. This well-known philosophy—also known as the Pareto principle—dictates that 80 percent of your business likely comes from 20 percent of your customers. It has served countless business people throughout the years, as they learned to focus in on what is the most profitable way to spend their time.
This is going to get a whole bunch of criticism, but I am going to tell you anyway.
I weigh myself everyday. There, I said it.
I really do know dozens of reason not to do so such as water weight, obsessing over weight, and so forth.
But, here is why when I’m at home (other scales don’t give me an accurate bank statement) I weigh myself daily.
As with my bank account, when I am over drawn, I need to be figuring out why I am over drawn and then set out to not let it happen again. My weight range is like my bank account. If I am over the limit on my weight range, it is a red flag saying, “Yo Mitzi, you are over drawn!”