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Kellie R. Stone

"I make no excuses for my diverse roles as a Rock Your Feminine Type Coach™ and Branding Expert, best-selling author, and crime thriller novelist. Yes, I do still chuckle a bit at the irony. I kick ass as a women’s biz coach by day and kill off vulnerable fiction characters at night. What the hell, it makes for some interesting dreams. I believe that everyone should pursue their passions no matter how out there they seem to be. One of those pure heart-fluttering passions for me has always been writing. Since I did, indeed, chase my dream of being a writer, I've published two non-fiction books in the self-development genre, co-authored an international best seller, and now I'm finally pushing my much-too-old-to-be-in-the-nest novel out the door and into the world. My whole world is empowering and I adore showing others how to live life unfiltered, whether I do that through the written word or my coaching work. I love my job!" ~Kellie R. Stone

Why Do I Need Rest?

Here it is 7-something PM, and I am just now posting. Well, I apologize for the delay, but honestly, I'm glad that 1) my Internet modem was down; 2) my laptop needs a new mother board; and 3) my husband took his laptop to work for a Power Point presentation. You see, I got to spend a wonderful day of rest with my Missy Moo (the toddler girl) playing, eating, walking, and slumbering; which brings me to the topic of this post...rest and sleep.

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Expert Hair Advice

I'm sitting at DC Hair Lounge, here in Indy, waiting while my two teen daughters get their back-to-school hair cuts. I thought it would be fun to ask owner/stylist, Deanna Robbins, a few questions. WLL - What is the worst mistake women make with their hair?

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Making Decisions

Today's topic is one with which many have trouble - on a daily basis. It is making decisions and acting upon them. I, for one, am one of those who don't find making some decisions to be pleasant; therefore, I avoid them. When I say this, I don't mean your every day ones like which breakfast cereal to buy or what shoes should I wear today; no, the ones I speak of are much more life-changing and some can even be hazardous or painful.

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90 Day Health Challenge: Week 2

Well, ladies, I managed to drop the water weight I gained last week and even a couple of extra pounds, making the total loss so far in my health challenge 2.5 lbs. I set a goal of losing a total of 10 pounds, so I'm excited that I'm a quarter of the way there.

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Meet Kellie R. Stone

By now you know Kellie Stone as the founder of Women's Life Link, an amazing writer on all subjects pertaining to women’s health, wellness and beauty. I've known her as so much more. Way back in 1991, she walked into a Christian Book Store, which I owned and managed at the time, looking for a part time job. I hired her on the spot.

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Get Your Sexy Back

Are you wife of.., and mum of…, and are you spending your days in jeans and t-shirt behind the computer at home? Can you pass a construction site without anyone eying you or commenting on you anymore? Do you find your make up dried out in the back of a drawer? Then it is time to get your sexy back.

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Women’s Low Libido: Headaches and Chronic Pain

Since our focus this week is women's sexual health, I thought it necessary to bring up the fact that countless women deal with chronic low sex drive. Though we actually want to engage in sexual activities, sometimes the body just won't cooperate.

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Discouragement and Frustration: You Can Overcome Them

Women, especially, experience these troubling emotions when they see the ones they love hurting or in trouble. Our natural instinct to nurture and protect can be overwhelming; we are left wondering why no one sees our undying effort to make things better - can't they just stop screwing up already? And, when we can't change things quickly enough, it puts us into a heightened sense of frustration; I believe this is called motherhood or PMS.

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90 Day Health Challenge: Week One

If you read last Saturday's post, you know that I challenged myself and anyone out there to take the next 90 days to improve their state of health. I am taking things slowly and working on only a couple of things a week so I don't get overwhelmed and give up.

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Pain Blog Link

Hey, everyone, I'm linked over at How to Cope With Pain blog for their July Pain Carnival. Please pop on over to check out my article on women's migraine and also read some of the other wonderful posts listed there. Be well-be beautiful.

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No Surgery Face Lifts: Part V

Ladies, here it is. I'm going to give you this information with a sincere hope that you believe it is real. Recently, I was told that there is technology coming as soon as early January 2010 that will change the anti-aging market as we know it. Part of it is already on the market through the 25-year-old company Nu Skin.

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No Surgery Face Lifts: Part IV

The search for the fountain of youth is never ending. Unfortunately, our flow of expendable cash for the quest is not...at least mine isn't. I do believe in quality, however. Skimping on skin care and anti-aging is not an option for me as I care a great deal about my body. Having said that, I don't mean that I will spend food money on products or services either. There is a balance that must come when investing in your health and beauty.

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No Surgery Face Lifts: Part III

I don't think there is a woman out there who really wants to get her face cut and sewn up by anyone. Fortunately, that is why there are so many alternatives to the three "P's" (Plastic Surgery, Pain, and Price). Some may be better on the pocket book and have much less pain involved but are they all that they're cracked up to be. Let's take a look at one such procedure that has gotten mixed reviews.

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No Surgery Face Lifts: Part II

For the second part of our series on "no surgery face lifts," I want to share with you a completely natural way in which to get back a youthful, fit face. When I was little, my mother used do these facial exercises that made me laugh at her because of the funny expressions that she would make. I'd ask, "Mommy, what are you doing?"

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Nose Job: My Plastic Surgery Fantasy

With the "no surgery face lift" series this week, I thought I would ask you ladies what you would change about your faces if you could. Please share your wish list with us. Personally, I would change the width of my nose. A little more definition (less point) and a narrower bridge would be great. However, it's not bad enough for me to actually get surgery. I'm sort of a chicken, and I don't like the idea of someone hacking on my face. Now, if I ever broke my nose, that would be different.

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