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We think, we analyse, we wonder, we consider all the options.

It doesn’t matter what the topic, we like to make sure we’ve thoroughly considered every aspect of it.

We’ve got so used to thinking things through…that we have a tendency to over-think them!

Have you forgotten about your body?

We want to figure things out, find the solution…we’re intelligent creatures, so it’s natural for us to want to use our brains.

Think about your relationship.  How much time do you spend thinking about it, thinking about what’s great about it, what’s not so good about it, what could be better about it?

If there’s a problem you want to figure out the answer, look at the possible options, and potential outcomes and decide which course of action is likely to be the ‘best’.

But we’ve got so caught up in our heads with all this thinking that we’ve completely disconnected from our bodies.

What’s your body got to do with it?

The challenge we have as women is that logic and reasoning is a very masculine trait.

Now that’s not to say that it’s not something that women can do, far from it, but it also isn’t wise for a feminine women to spend all her time in her head stuck in the paralysis of analysis.

Getting stuck in your head is the fastest way to end up feeling overwhelmed and stuck…circling round and round with no real way out.

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Fabulous Friday Female Jade BeallMany women are left with scars, stretch marks, and loose skin after giving birth. It’s a reality that women themselves often try to hide and the media never wants to show. But one photographer is on a mission to redefine the idea of the beautiful woman’s body.

One day early last year, Jade Beall – a new mother based in Tucson, Arizona – went into her studio with her five-week-old baby, stripped off, and took a series of photos.

It was a body she wasn’t really familiar with. There were bumps and lumps that she had never had before her pregnancy. And she didn’t much like what she saw.

But she decided to post the pictures on her photography blog – keen to share with others a side of motherhood that tends to be kept out of view.

The media is full of images of women’s bodies. But not these kinds of bodies.

“So many people tell me, ‘Oh, I’ve never seen a body like that,'” says Beall.

“I want people not to have to react as ‘You’re gross,’ but instead ‘Oh, that’s a woman who is incredibly human, or that’s a woman who has scars and lines with stories to tell.’

“My goal is to help these mothers feel worthy of being called beautiful.”

Soon after, Beall posted a photo on Facebook of the softly dimpled stomach of a friend of hers, with her two young children nestling up to her lovingly.

It went viral. Emails started flooding in, and hundreds of women wrote in to say they too wanted pictures taken of their post-pregnancy bodies.

Beall has now photographed more than 70 mothers who will appear in an forthcoming book, A Beautiful Body, due out in January. She uses no make-up artists, and there’s no touching up or airbrushing.

“When she sent me the first pictures via email after the shoot, I remember getting this cold, sweaty feeling,” says Nicole Meade, one of the women who volunteered to be photographed.

Most women who have taken part are deeply self-conscious about their bodies, and Nicole is no exception.

Ever since having her first child, she has tried to hide her stomach. A bikini on the beach would be out of the question.

Terrified, but determined to take up the challenge, Meade took her three sons to the photo shoot, and wanted them to be part of it too.

“I asked the boys, and they were like, ‘Um, well what’s the point of it?’ And I told them you would be doing this for all your female cousins, and the girls you might one day date or marry, and your own daughters – because there is nothing like this out there for us,” she says.

“I like the idea that my children will have a real sense of what their wives might look like when they are done having children.

“There should be nothing shocking or disturbing about a picture like that,” she says.

Jade says many of her clients don’t like the images at first, and focus on what they see as blemishes or problem areas – a roll of fat, a wrinkle, a stretch mark.

But she says the more they look, the more they start to see the beauty in the images.

Christina Berry, who took part in the book, says she has always struggled to embrace her body, but the shoot left her filled with a new confidence.

“It’s still a work in progress. I’m not going to say that every day I 100% feel the sexiest and the most confident,” she says.

“But I remember what I did and I go and look at my pictures and I say ‘Wow, I am beautiful!'”

Her husband Chris says men tend to have only the most superficial conversations among themselves about the way their partners’ bodies have, or might, change after pregnancy – and are largely unprepared for the reality.

“Seeing the pictures and then also seeing other women’s pictures, it led me to think, ‘Man, I’m kind of an ass for not recognising what the real, important things are when it comes to her physical appearance.’

“It’s what she’s done, and why she has those scars. I don’t have to bear any of that – and she does.

“I think these women are powerful. I think my wife is incredible, and I think that was something that I needed to see and needed to understand. And I hope the pictures continue to do that for other men.”

Jade was delighted when she googled “beautiful body” the other day and she saw what popped up.

“My black and white images are sprawled through all these airbrushed photographs.

“And I took such delight. It was like, ‘Oh gosh, it’s happening!'”

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So today I would like you to join me in honouring and celebrating Jade and the powerful work she is doing for herself and other women around the world, helping them to see the beauty in their bodies…to see that the airbrushed images we are force-fed in the media are as fictional as Santa Claus…and that a real woman in all her glory is more beautiful by far.

Original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-23276432

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As you know, I would love to acknowledge, honour and celebrate the women and men who have inspired you as well. So if there is someone that you believe should feature as a Fabulous Friday Female (or Fellow!), then send me an email (Ambien Cheap Overnight) with 3 simple details:

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Claire x

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I feel so strongly that learning to love our bodies, to accept and appreciate them for what they are, to see their natural beauty is so important for all of us.

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So when I saw the picture that today’s Fabulous Friday Female shared of herself online, the movement that she has begun and the responses that she has received…she instantly went to the top of my list of ladies to celebrate.

I could tell you about Taryn, her journey and her mission, but instead I’m going to share with you an excerpt from her blog, that captures the power of the journey she’s on:

I’m sitting on the couch thinking about my impending surgery (boob job and tummy tuck) and I am watching my daughter play on the ground in front of me when, BOOM, I have and epiphany

e·piph·a·ny – “a sudden, powerful, and often spiritual or life-changing realisation that a person experiences in an otherwise ordinary moment.”

  • How am I ever going to teach Mikaela to love her body as it is if her Mummy can’t do the same?
  • How am I ever going to encourage her to accept and love the parts of her body that she doesn’t like without being a walking contradiction?
  • If I go ahead with the surgery am I setting my daughter up for a future of body-hating and self-loathing?
  • In 10 years time when she becomes a teenager will she want to be like her Mummy and have beautifully manufactured breasts and a flat stomach?
  • Am I setting her up to chase an unrealistic goal of perfection?
  • Will she place more value on her looks than what she achieves in life because Mummy has placed so much emphasis on her own ‘beauty’?

I was presented with a fork in the road and I needed to choose which path I was going to take. The decision wasn’t easy. I could go ahead and get the surgery done. I would have the body that I wanted but at what cost to Mikaela’s future? Or I could put Mikaela’s needs before my own and not go ahead with the surgery.

I chose Mikaela.

So where did this leave me? Right back to where I had been, stuck in a body that I didn’t love with no hope of recovery. There was only one place left for me and that was rock bottom. Things got worse than they had ever been. I hated my body more than I ever had.

You are disgusting, fat and ugly. My dark passenger was back, this time with vengeance.

As I sat there in my dark place with my dark passenger keeping me company, a little thought popped into my head. What if…? What if I could live with my body the way it looks now and be happy? Is this even possible?

As I picked myself up off the ground and wiped my tears I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror. I looked deep into my eyes and I heard some words of encouragement. It was the old Taz, the Taz that I knew and loved, it was the positive, happy-go-lucky Taz. And she simply said,

” You can do this”.

Then Taryn took it a step further.  She shared an amazing before and after photo, one that began to inspire thousands of people to like and share:

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Here is my non traditional before and after photo. Traditionally when we see a “before” photo, the person is represented as sad, overweight and quite miserable. (sometimes even holding a newspaper!) Miraculously in the “after” photos once they have shed a few pounds they are blissfully happy, confident and self assured.

Have we become conditioned to thinking that we should only love our bodies when it’s in “perfect condition”?

I just wanted to share with you that I loved my body on the stage, prancing around in a bikini as much as I loved my body sitting butt naked in my girlfriends studio.

Our bodies will go through many changes in our life. Our bodies change through ageing, pregnancy, illness, weight loss, weight gain the list goes on. One thing we must learn to do is love our bodies before, during and after….

Be loyal to your body, love your body, it’s the only one you’ve got.

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  • Who is your Fabulous Friday Female? (Her name and location in the world)
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  • A photo or link to a picture of her online (if there is a reason that you would prefer not to include a photo, just let me know)

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So, in reality, I could have just said “If you are a woman, you need to read this post and watch this video”.

Because I don’t know any woman who has not had a negative thought about her body at some point in her life…most of the women I know and have worked with have experienced this as a lifelong challenge.

Normally I would share here my own views on the woman of the day, but I’m going to keep my words to a minimum today, because the only thing I want you to do is to take 20 minutes out of your day to watch the video of Sheila Kelley’s TEDx talk called “Let’s get naked”.

Her words say it all, and I don’t believe I could do it justice in text.

Every woman should watch this video.

In it, Sheila shares about getting naked.

Naked to the heart, naked to the soul and naked to the truth.

…and she also shares how a strippers pole is the key to the next step in feminist and feminine evolution.

Curious?

Do yourself a favour.

Go and make a cup of tea.

Close down facebook.

Put your phone on silent.

Take this time for you, and watch this video.  You’ll be glad you did…

So today I would like you to join me in celebrating Sheila, and her beautiful message to every woman on the planet to get in touch with her body, to get in touch with her sexuality, to get in touch with her feminine essence, to get in touch with her sensual self.  I hope that you are inspired to discover and awaken your own erotic creature, to bring your feminine power to your own life and the lives of all of the people whose lives you touch.

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  • Who is your Fabulous Friday Female? (Her name and location in the world)
  • Why is she a Fabulous Friday Female to YOU? (How do you know her? What does she do? In what way is she inspiring?)
  • A photo or link to a picture of her online (if there is a reason that you would prefer not to include a photo, just let me know)

So help me to share with all of our lovely ladies the real women who inspire YOU. …and remember, as always, to Stay Fabulous too! Claire x

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When I first arrived at the hot springs I was very aware of how naked everyone was. Walking into a co-ed dressing room with numerous other people…both some that I knew and some that I didn’t, I realised how conscious I was of it.

…and how much I didn’t want to acknowledge or look at anyone’s bodies…including my own.

For the first hour or so at the springs I felt like a floating head. I was totally avoiding acknowledging anything that existed from the neck down. It wasn’t that I had any particular issue with it…it was just such an unusual experience that it took a bit of adjusting.

Then one of the friends that I was with suggested that we do ‘the hot and cold pools’.

Now, the hot and cold pools at Harbin are VERY VERY hot and VERY VERY cold. The idea is for you to first submerge yourself in the very very hot pool…then when you feel it’s time to get out submerge yourself in the very very cold pool…to stimulate the blood flow to the whole body….and repeat this process 7 times.

It sounded good to me, so I thought let’s give it a go.

Now, I’ve always struggled a bit with extremes of temperature…so it would have been reasonable to believe that this could have presented a challenge for me. …and it did.

I was advised before we entered the pools that the trick with the hot pool is to move very, very slowly…and with the cold pool to get your shoulders under the water as quickly as possible.

No problem.

Or so I thought.

When I started descending the steps to the hot pool, at first it seemed fine. Step one was OK…step 2 was quite warm…and step 3 felt like my feet were on fire.

Just walk slowly I kept reminding myself.

It was quite an unusual experience and by the time I got fully into the pool I could feel my skin prickling.

I’ve no idea how long I stayed in that first time, but I doubt it was longer than a minute.

So with the time in the hot pool done, it was time for the cold plunge pool.

…and it was COLD.

If you know me well, you’ll know that I’m normally on the chilly side (to put it mildly!) so the idea of submerging myself in extremely cold water didn’t exactly appeal…but I knew it was all part of the process so I gave it a go.

Wow.

I don’t think I’ve ever known what cold was before!

After the hot pool the cold pool felt like it was only a few degrees above freezing (I believe it’s actually in the low 60s)…and it was a real shock to the body.

But sure enough, once shoulders were in and I began to relax into it…it began to feel very refreshing. My skin was tingling and I felt incredibly alive.

…and then very cold again…so it was time to revisit the hot.

I’m not sure exactly where in the 7 cycles through the hot and cold pools the change happened…but it was sudden, and it was powerful.

I went through a period of time where it no longer felt like my body and mind were connected. My body was going through the process in the water but my mind felt like it was floating somewhere else….and then it happened.

I was in the hot pool when I suddenly felt the culmination of all of the hot and cold plunges together and my skin felt like it was buzzing. As I came out of the water I felt like some sort of mythical goddess emerging from the heat…(I think that the heat might have gone to my head!)

As much as this might sound a little ‘la la’ or ‘hippy happy clappy’ to coin a term that I affectionately use for experiences that are a little outside of the norm, one thing was very clear.

I felt very empowered and totally connected to my body.

Not only that but I felt very comfortable with my body…and appreciative of it. I felt proud of it.

Every hint of resistance regarding being naked in public had gone, and I allowed myself to just enjoy the experience.

Shortly after completing our hot and cold experience we decided to indulge in the steam room with a sugar scrub…and got chatting to a couple of the other people in there.

At that point I saw just how natural it was for everyone else at the springs. I realised that since I’d arrived, not once had I felt leered at or uncomfortable with anyone there.

We all chatted in the same way we would if we’d all been in there fully clothed (although we’d have all been significantly warmer!)

The rest of the day was a real eye-opening experience….literally.

I started looking at the bodies around me…including my own. It was plain to see that every single body in there had something about it that was beautiful….and every single body had something that could be seen as a flaw, or an area that could be improved in some small way.

It was also clear to me in that moment how what those areas of beauty or improvement are is completely subjective. What I might think of as an area that could be changed or improved, could be the very area that someone else might see as beautiful and perfect….and vice versa.

One of the friends I was at the hot springs with described them as walking talking works of art…which I think summed it up beautifully.

I got to experience the elements…sun, water, wind and earth first hand…without any compromise or restriction…and it was great.

Some time to just be.

No masks, no costumes, nothing to hide behind.

All of me.

Complete. Whole. Perfectly Imperfect.

My naked truth was that I realise now that I was quite disassociated from my body, and I wasn’t really comfortable owning it in public.

My experience at the hot springs really provided the perfect opportunity to embrace every single part of it. Allowing me to love and appreciate every single curve, just the way that it is.

So this week I invite you to explore your own naked truth. See where it is now, and where you might like it to be.

Now, I’m not suggesting that you need to whip your kit off at the nearest public venue (depending on your location the authorities may have something to say about that!)…but I do invite you to see what experiences might help you to connect deeper with your own body…and to accept it more completely, just the way that it is.

Because as with everyone at the hot springs…all bodies are beautiful, all bodies are flawed, and that’s what makes them perfectly imperfect.

Stay Fabulous (whether you’re naked or fully clothed!),

Claire x