• Hooray for the Winter Solstice!

    Hooray for the Winter Solstice!
    Hip hip hooray for the shortest day of the year! The winter solstice is the day that puts me back on the path to more sunshine and it’s also known as the day the sun stands still. For all the space nerds and astronomy geek info on the sun standing still, click here where they explain all that jazz. We (meaning me) are super excited as the days will grow longer from now until the Summer Solstice also known as, my favorite day of the year!

     

    My winter weariness has been well documented and true to form, I have been hibernating and drinking warm beverages, of every stripe. Good times! Anyway, enjoy your winter season and here’s to re-emerging in the spring, refreshed and raring to go!

     

    The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year.
    In the meantime, here are some tips to keep your skin in tip top shape during the cold winter months and check out my free 5-Day Mini Beauty Boot Camp which is designed to help you recharge and refresh!

     

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    4 Comments

    1. 22 December 2013 / 2:53 PM

      Kind of cool to think about it….beautiful photos!

      • 23 December 2013 / 12:20 AM

        Thank you and thanks for stopping by. Happy Holidays!

      • 1 January 2014 / 2:07 AM

        I know what you mean. Same for me with product photos!

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