Welcome to my home(page)…

Headshot of Susan Cann“There’s lots of money in convincing women that aging is bad and wrinkles are ugly. But that’s a whole Pandora’s Box in itself. I would rather convince women that healthy skin and a sparkling, self-assured smile are beautiful, and wrinkles express character and a life well-lived.”
- Susan Cann (1952 – ?)

I’m LOVING Life – about my new “job”!

As Community Liaison for Macroscopic Media LLC, l’m assisting filmmaker Ed Brown, who has just completed an entertaining & eye-opening documentary on industrial chemicals in our environment, and in ourselves, called “Unacceptable Levels.” The focus is on solutions, and inspiring people to take action. Web site: unacceptablelevels.com

The BIG (new) NEWS is that you can help us share our film with your community by embedding the film directly on your website or sharing your unique video-on-demand URL in an email, newsletter, and/or across your social networks.

You will earn 20 percent of all online rental sales that come in through you and we are suggesting that you donate those funds – through Yekra – to a nonprofit organization of your choice, or use the income you receive to use your wallet as a mouth: “…when you spend money, you tell the world how you want it to be…” (walletmouth.com) We’ll provide all the tools you need to promote the film and get the word out. It’s completely free and easy to use and you can opt out at any time. It’s as simple as embedding a YouTube player. Just click on the image below to start!

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More About Me

As I grow older (I’m now 61), I’m pleased to announce that I’m proud of every new grey hair and wrinkle that develops. I do feel that I’m growing wiser with each passing day, and I would love to help older women feel PROUD of their age, help younger women not fear aging, and change societal attitudes towards “real beauty,” one face (or one party) at a time. Just imagine if Georgia O’Keefe had had Botox treatments–YIKES!

Our world is finally waking up to the realization that we have a big problem, and it’s not going away on its own. I’m glad the “green” movement is in our faces every day now, but it’s so easy to become overwhelmed, desensitized, and complacent.

Each of us must take action, and do what we can with our own bodies, in our own homes, in our own small ways. My goal is to be a positive force for a healthier world. Except for synthetic medications that my body needs to survive in this day and age, I will not put anything knowingly in or on my body or inside or outside of my home that will wash down the drains and pollute the environment. It’s the old adage, “If you’re not a part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.”

Studies show that one of the most effective ways to effect change is to be a real-life example to friends and neighbors who know and trust you–teaching by example. Let’s beautify the earth and the environment together, by using more natural products, using our wallet as a mouth, and stepping gently on Mother Earth.

This web site is a work in progress. I’m a perfectionist, and I’m constantly seeking out the best, and sharing my discoveries with my friends. My activism is supported by my home business, so if you like what I’m doing, please shop with me!