Yes, that’s right! Even though the site I’m highlighting in this post is for young women under 54 who had breast cancer and are concerned about body image, please note those of us over 54 are also concerned about Body Image. No Surprise here! Read More
Featured article from:
Reach & Raise is a Family Affair for this Mom and Daughter Team Read More
This is the debut of the Positive Body Image Resource Page on the hwrichard.info (Through a Mirror Dimly) blog site. What Counts? What you choose to add.
Work it Out!
Ways to stay on track with your workout. Ways to stay on track
Every Body Yoga
By JassamynStanley. I love her yoga because it makes me think I might be able to do it too. (She is much better than me, but I can hope.)
Body Image Links
A little of Everything A Website for the care of Black Women
Kriss Carr presents Dr.Christine Northrop who give 5 tips on being an Ageless Goddess
Social comparisons may appear so right, but they can be so misleading and cause you to focus on the wrong thing. Social comparisons link
Wardrobe boot camp: Dressing after a mastectomy
By Styling You, short & useful.
The Fashionista You Are
Fabulous after 40
This is the right word for this site for 40s, 50s, 60s and up! Hair, shoes, clothes. It’s a fashion magazine in itself!
Fashionable & Confident over 40
Let’s see what you think?
Clothes, trends, fun & sometimes interesting articles
Ways of Centering
Journaling – Journaling Help
Headspace App – Price varies lowest one is $12.99
Please send me any favorite sites of yours, so I can add them to this grouping. Start new categories, if you like. There appears to be so much out there! Let me hear what you find interesting, fun, enlightening or appealing.
A Video Thank you from me.
As the Blog ebbs and flows, I am trying to navigate it to a place where those who have experienced breast cancer can find ways to connect – to build themselves up. This is also a place where family & friends can learn & help. We all need help whether it’s a kind word, a walk outside, a cup of soup, a lobster dinner, calling a friend, a game of monopoly, a good partner in bid whist, a fashion tip, a new exercise routine, a new magazine or lipstick color, playing with my grandson. “Oh, sorry those were some of the things that give me a lift.” Read More