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Celebrating Brianna's Birthday with her favorite Chocolate Mousse Cake

February 22, 2018

Marlene Sorosky Chocolate Mousse Cake
How can it be that I have a 35-year-old daughter when I only feel 45-years-old myself...ha!  Every year since Brianna was 8 yrs old, I ask her, "What kind of cake do you want for your birthday?" The answer is always the same--Chocolate Mousse Cake. 

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The Perfect Day for Vegan African Peanut Soup

February 20, 2018

African Peanut Soup, vegan, whole food plant based

It finally feels like a Winter Day in Southern California. 50 degree high! The perfect day to try a new soup recipe. 

I made the change to whole food, plant-based eating nine months ago and while it's had its challenges, the rewards have been greater. The challenges have been to break the Meat, Carb, Veggie meal habit I was in for 50 years, to Carb and Veggie only, minus dairy. Also, I no longer think of carbs as the enemy. In fact, they are my new bff's.

The fun part of teaching myself to cook differently is the ethnic dishes I've discovered. Today, it's  African Peanut Soup. Oh my gosh, the spices! I love the way our house smells as I broaden my culinary horizons. 

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Bad Skin Days Become Worse If We Do These 4 Things

February 12, 2018

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Have you noticed changes in your skin over 50? Hormonal changes cause everything from enlarged pores to painful cysts. Decreases in estrogen levels leave the skin drier, thinner, more sensitive and less toned post 50. We can't control getting older, but what about the things we can change?

4 things we do to contribute to bad skin days:

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New Ways to Boost your Immune System and Avoid the Flu

January 19, 2018

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Just watch the news and you'll hear the flu is hitting us hard this year and the flu vaccine is less than 10% effective. More than ever it's important to find ways to boost our immune system and protect ourselves.

 5 Tips to avoid the flu (some you haven't heard before!)

Am I the only one who hadn't heard of #1 before?

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Banish dry skin with these 7 tips

January 16, 2018 1 Comment

Dry skin, Winter, tips, flaky skin
Dry, Winter skin a problem? Dry patches, itchy red skin, and other common skin problems. Here are 7 tips to banish dry skin for good.

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Goals, resolutions and 4 ways to set yourself up to succeed this time

January 08, 2018

How to succeed in our goals and resolutions 

How do you set yourself up to succeed when it comes to goals and resolutions? We all know it's easy to set yourself up for failure, throw in the towel and say another time. Together, let's look at how to create success with the goals we declare for 2018.

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Great gifting guide worth sharing!

December 06, 2017

Holiday gifting is easier when we all share great finds! I'm sharing a couple finds for gifting those on your Christmas list.

Real Techniques offers a number of great makeup brushes and these really handy makeup brush holders. 

The beauty of this holder is...

$8.99-$17.99

 

Real Techniques brush holderReal Techniques Brush holder

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3 tips for stress-less holiday shopping

November 13, 2017

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As the holidays draw near, I find myself trying to make a mental list of who I need to buy for and what I think they would like. But, I know what happens when I only make a mental list...you guessed it. See Tip #2 ;-)

I have friends who are very organized and have their shopping done by October 1 (insert envious face).  For the most part, making a list is as far as I get until mid-December. Going to shopping malls is something I'm doing less and less of. Are you doing the majority of your shopping online, too? Mall shopping just adds to my stress levels.

Tips for stess-less holiday shopping:

1. If the person you are shopping for is 

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New topical treatment for Rosacea

November 01, 2017

New treatment for Rosacea, redness, broken capillaries, pimples, toxin free, effective skincare

Many of our Parisian's Pure Indulgence customers are afflicted with Rosacea, so I'm always on the lookout for new ways to help. I have early symptoms myself and know first hand how challenging it is to live with.

Rosacea sufferers experience an overactivity of blood vessels in the face, which is why those with rosacea flush easier than others. Over time, the persistent flushing can lead to redness and broken capillaries along with red pimples.

This week I was watching a morning talk show (something I rarely get to do) and Kristin Chenoweth was on the show speaking about her battle with Rosacea. As an actress

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Why we eat Whole Food, Plant Based verses Vegan and our Motivation

October 17, 2017 2 Comments

Whole food plant based eating verses Vegan, good health over 50, how to eat healthier

 My husband and I made the decision to change our diet to Whole Food  Plant Based three months ago. With this decision comes a certain amount  of curiosity from our friends about why and what is WFPB eating anyway?  Isn't it just Vegan? 

                        Motivation is the difference for us

 Generally speaking, people’s motivation for adopting a vegan diet and  lifestyle is prompted by

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What's in store for Fall at Parisian's Pure Indulgence

September 19, 2017

Top Secret gift ideasSeptember is typically pretty hot in Southern California. As I was out walking this morning with my husband, in 60-degree weather, I thought, "Wow, is Fall really here or is this a weather teaser?" 

We are already gearing up for the holidays at Parisian's Pure Indulgence. We have something special on the way for you and your holiday gift giving. But, it's top secret until

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Help us help the people of Houston

September 05, 2017

Hurricane Harvey Relief fund, Global Giving, donations, assistance, helping others, flood victims

We've all seen the devastation in Houston on the news. I know it was heart-wrenching for us to watch as I'm sure it was for you too. It will be years for the people of Houston to recover. We ask ourselves, what can we do?

Over and over, we see that the best way to help is through 

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