The Serene One

Life is lovely, delicious, stylish, and an adventure just waiting to be lived!


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Jusuru and I

Jusuru

Begin From Within | Beauty. Health. Empowerment.

I have been using BioCell Collagen since last August and Jusuru Life Blend since November (2013). After just three weeks with the Collagen, my husband was astounded at the changes in me. Simply astounded! And after 90 days with the Jusuru Life Blend? Well, let’s just say that he simply had to try it out for himself. Now he loves the way he looks and feels and all of the lines on his forehead are completely eradicated! My husband is 54 years old and gets asked everyday, “What is your secret?” Chuck is an iRep now too because, well, you just can’t keep something this good all to yourself!

As for me… I had a total hysterectomy six years ago. Because of the scope of the surgery, I was immediately slammed into surgical Menopause – and old age it would seem. My face started melting (i.e., sagging) and I developed cellulite for the first time in my life. Cellulite? Oh Myyy! And my once flat tummy? Poof! Gone! I didn’t even recognize myself in the mirror anymore. Without my body’s natural production of collagen (and other vital support elements), I aged 20 years in six months. Jusuru literally gave me back “Me.” Jusuru is my best friend.

Take the 90 Day Challenge and see for yourself!

http://www.jusuru.com/ReneeMarieFox
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Today’s WOTD is … Quaintrelle

Renee Marie Fox - Formal

 

 


Quaintrelle

pronunciation | kwayn-TRELL

(n.) a woman who emphasizes a life of passion, expressed through personal style, leisurely pastimes, charm, and cultivation of life’s pleasures.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ReBlogged // About.me

about meLook at the right hand side of my blog page. See that black and white photo? That, my friend, is my About.me profile and my personal window to the world.

About.me is essentially an online business card that lives on the web. About.me offers registered users a simple platform from which to link multiple online identities, relevant external sites, and popular social networking websites. Basically it is a one page personal promotion tool and best of all it is free. Now… move your mouse right over top of my picture and click. Whoosh! You are now connected globally to millions and millions of people.  It’s amazing who you will meet in just the first five minutes!

Now, don’t confuse this with being just another social media platform. In today’s highly interconnected world, you need to find new ways of being found – and then standing out! This new tool can help you do just that. Folks from across the globe and from all walks of life have found their way to the About.me community. I’ve spoken with a 20 year old student in Morocco and a 54 year old ex-NFL football player now living in Norway.

About.me (Usually styled as about.me) is a personal web hosting service co-founded by Ryan Freitas, Tony Conrad and Tim Young in October 2009.[2] The site offers registered users a simple platform from which to link multiple online identities, relevant external sites, and popular social networking websites such as Facebook, Flickr, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tumblr, and YouTube. It is characterized by its one-page user profiles, each with a large, often-artistic background image and abbreviated biography.” – Wikipedia

Yes. I have a new love… and this is their blog:  About.me Blog


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Maya Angelou …

I learned of Maya Angelou’s passing this morning while in the waiting room of the doctor’s office. It was at that precise moment in time when I realized just how much this remarkable woman meant to me. I never had the pleasure of meeting her in person. Maya Angelou was a stranger to me. And yet… I immediately began to cry.

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

There was a long wait in that waiting room this morning (they are called that for a reason) so I had quite a bit of time to wipe my tears and reflect on this amazing woman. I had time to think about her beautiful spirit and the strength of her wisdom; I had time to remember her lovely poetry and inspirational writing; I had time to remember the peacefulness of her serenity and the strength of her femininity. I had time enough to know that I am feeling this loss personally.

I look around my office and I feel her presence everywhere. I see her quotes on my wall and in the books on my shelf. I see her name in the tags attached to my blog and on this post. My fourth post on WordPress was one of the quotes taken from her book, “Letter to My Daughter.”  [Be a Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud posted on 04/11/2014]  Her name is on the news, on your lips, and in my head. I feel her everywhere but, most especially, I feel her in my heart.

Maya Angelou taught me how to be a strong woman. Her words have lifted me on days when I didn’t even have the strength to raise my eyes in prayer or close them in meditation. In her writings, I have found the will to go on for just one more day and to love again even when all hope was lost. Maya Angelou taught me to find the joy in Life and in who I am — as a person, as an artist, as a woman, and as a Mother. Through her, I’ve learned the true definition of success.

“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.”

I read this blog earlier when I was having trouble finding the words through my tears. The Daily Post | “When I am writing, I am trying to find out who I am.”  It helped.

Maya Angelou taught me how to be a creative writer and a hell of a lot about being a strong confidant woman. Maya Angelou showed all of us, though, how to be a compassionate, loving, wise, and supremely beautiful Human Being. What an incredible legacy.

Thank you Maya.

 


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Skydiving for the first time.

Tandem Free Falling over Cape Canaveral

Tandem Free Falling over Cape Canaveral, Florida USA  was incredibly awesome!

awesooommmmeee

That’s one more item on the ole “Bucket List” checked off!  Now…

Who’s up for a little hang gliding?

 

 Skydive Sebastian Sebastian, Florida 32958 USA


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Today’s QOTD: To laugh often and much

To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.

Ralph Waldo Emerson