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Affluent Magazine Aug / Sept 2009

Aug / Sept 2009

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TARA Dancing Diamond Collection

by Affluent Magazine

TARA Dancing Diamond Collection With every breath and every movement you make the TARA Dancing Diamond collection springs into a dance of sparkle and shine. With expertly chosen pearls and diamonds accented with dangling, mobile diamonds, the TARA dancing diamond collection adds excitement to an already stunning piece. Read More

Vertu’s Newest Addition: The Ascent Ti Carbon Fibre

by Affluent Magazine

Vertu’s Newest Addition: The Ascent Ti Carbon Fibre Vertu is the pioneer and leading manufacturer of handcrafted mobile phones for the luxury market. First developed in 1995 by Frank Nuovo, Nokia’s visionary Principal Designer, began to develop his idea for a specialist company producing the world’s most exceptional handsets. Vertu was established in 1998 with a team of specialists developing a program of research and development. They took the finest materials from the world of watch making, automotive, aeronautics, and jewelry, using them in ways that had never been done before. Read More

Beautify Your Body ‘Inside and Out’

by Debbie Robinson, RN

Beautify Your Body ‘Inside and Out’ Beauty starts from within. But trying to change your habits and routines can be daunting, even when you know the changes are for the better. Try these simple ‘super food’ switches below to help you slim down and live a long, healthy and beautiful life. 1. Swap green tea for coffee. For many people, the first thing they reach for in the morning is coffee. Caffeine acts as a CNS (central nervous system) stimulant, causing you to experience stress, anxiety, a racing mind, and even insomnia. Read More

Modesty and Sex Appeal

by Sandy Dumont

Modesty and Sex Appeal The incomparable French fashion designer Yves St. Laurent once remarked, “I wish I had invented blue jeans. They have expression, modesty, sex appeal, simplicity – all I hope for in my clothes.”  St. Laurent was a master when it came to making women look good. At first glance, his quote seems contradictory, in that he likes women to have both modesty and sex appeal. Notice that he didn’t say he wanted them to “look sexy,” because sexy implies “cheesecake.” Cheesecake is for Hollywood. Sex appeal is entirely different. Read More

Yawn … It's Monday Morning: Do You Know Where Your Energy Is?

by Max Izenberg

Yawn … It's Monday Morning: Do You Know Where Your Energy Is? Keith works in a very busy manufacturing plant as a controller and although he thoroughly enjoys his job, he has noticed a gripping lack of energy during the workday. This is a recent occurrence in his life, since he has always prided himself on his energetic disposition.  As a matter of fact, it was this particular characteristic that enabled him to obtain his last salary increase.  Now he wonders what is happening and how he can reverse this lack of enthusiasm that is so troubling. Read More

Community Supported Agriculture: Should You Be a Locavore?

by Ronald Strauss, M.D.

Community Supported Agriculture: Should You Be a Locavore? One of the hot issues in food shopping these days is locally grown food. According to the strict definition, a “locavore” is one who eats only food grown within a radius of 100 miles. That’s the so-called 100-mile diet: make sure that everything you eat is grown within that distance from your home. Proponents of this plan say that locally grown produce is not only tastier but also more nutritious. You will be supporting your local farmers, your local economy, and your community. By saving the cost of long-distance transport, you will save fossil fuel and reduce the carbon footprint of the food you eat—that is, the amount of greenhouse gases put in the air by producing, harvesting, processing, and transporting the food. How true is all this? The answers are not always clear. Read More

MOVING is an Act of Personal Power

by Rena Reese

MOVING is an Act of Personal Power Perhaps you’ve heard the saying, "Bloom Where You Are Planted." It is a great notion and basically teaches us that we can grow, learn and thrive regardless of our present life circumstances. Where we are in life, with all the good, difficult, confusing, and exciting choices that arise, it is never an excuse to wither or quit. Your spirit can negotiate these turns, blips and issues famously well and thrive because of them. Read More

Turn Ideas into Goals into Reality

by Julia Rahn, Ph.D.

Turn Ideas into Goals into Reality Individuals are often under the illusion that if one possesses a great desire and intent to change, one will make these wanted changes.  As said, this is often just an illusion. Wanting and intending to change are necessary mental states to reach a personal goal but additional thought and active behavioral steps are needed before real change can happen. Here are some suggestions that can help you make the changes in your life that you truly feel you want, are willing to apply some personal effort, and dedicate some real time to reach your goals. Read More

How to Have a Constructive Conflict

by Debbie Mandel, MA

How to Have a Constructive Conflict Some of us bolt out the door as soon as we sniff the onset of relationship strife. Others get caught in a loop of purposeless repetitive fighting. Conflict shakes up our sense of balance and belonging. After all, we are looking for smiles and applause, not criticism and confrontation. Most arguments between men and women occur because women want to talk and explore the issue from all angles and men just want to fix it quickly. Once you understand that the idea of just talking can be a frightening experience for a man, and that not being understood undermines a woman’s self-worth, the solution becomes simple: Blend your two styles. Read More

Conquer Kitchen Chaos: Secrets to Creating an Organized Kitchen

by Tonia Tomlin

Conquer Kitchen Chaos: Secrets to Creating an Organized Kitchen Ask any home owner, and they’ll probably tell you that of all of the rooms in the house, the kitchen is the room that is used the most.  Whether for cooking, eating, or even entertaining, most kitchens get more than their fair share of use. With the many purposes and functions of the kitchen, it’s important that your kitchen be as organized as possible.  However, with the many items most kitchens hold –food, appliances, cookware, utensils, plates, cups, etc. – it’s not uncommon to find that the most used room in the house is the least organized. But, take heart by following a few simple tips, you can conquer kitchen chaos. Read More
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