Don’t give up; get up.

Did you fall off the cliff last week? Maybe the week before that? Maybe it was January 2nd. It’s okay. You can catch yourself. I have a few ideas about how.   February 9th is the day when studies have shown that most people fall off the “fitness cliff” or slip away from their New [...]

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Laura Wagner

Favorite Things & Big Plans

It’s been a loooong time, but I’ve decided to reboot my “few favorite things” series each month on the blog. I love sharing fun items, tips, tricks and ideas that might enhance your life in some way. Here’s what’s up in April … Until September 2017, I had a long and loving relationship with eyelash [...]

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Stripped to the Nines

I have this great class I’ve made for you and I’m just about ready to release it for enrollment this fall. Style MOVES is an e-course I’ve designed that is a unique combination of my skills as a life coach and therapist … and the perspective I can offer as a woman who has evolved [...]

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Beauty is not an accessory. It’s a necessity.

I was in Paris, France last week for a business retreat and to spend time seeing the city with my 16 year old daughter, Grace. Earlier this month, the Les Arts Decoratifs museum opened the exhibit showcasing the body of work created by legendary fashion designer, Christian Dior. I decided that this was a must-see [...]

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This Is 46: I Am a Perennial

“There’s even a new term to describe people with this no-age mindset: ‘perennials’ … ‘Perennials are ever-blooming, relevant people of all ages who know what’s happening in the world, stay current with technology and have friends of all ages. We get involved, stay curious, mentor others, and are passionate, compassionate, creative, confident, collaborative, global-minded risk [...]

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A place at the table

If you asked me what one of my favorite things is about the trips I take with women to the places I’ve visited around the world, you might think I would tell you it’s the sweeping views of the Mediterranean Sea or the majestic hallways of a castle. Those are magnificent to behold and I [...]

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Stop canceling joy

  Recently, I went to my friend Jeff’s indoor cycling class at my gym. It was a regular old Tuesday in the winter —  grey and rainy outside — the kind of day where you could find plenty of reasons to stay in or crawl back under the covers.   I love this class, though, [...]

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