7 Years Younger from the Good Housekeeping Editors ~ Give Away

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Would you like to look and feel younger?  There’s no fountain of youth but the good news is there are scientifically proven strategies and solutions that can make every woman look, feel, and act younger (and here’s the amazing part) in just seven weeks.

I don’t know about you, but I do!  So I took the offer to review 7 Years Younger from the Good Housekeeping Editors.  7 YEARS YOUNGER: The Revolutionary 7-Week Anti-Aging Plan (7YY/Hearst Magazines, January 2, 2012), is based on extensive product research conducted by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute on hundreds of volunteers, plus interviews with 100+ experts including dermatologists, brain scientists, stress reduction researchers, exercise experts, makeup artists, hairstylists, nutritionists, life coaches, and psychologists, the book delivers a practical anti-aging plan that you can start today.

Here’s just a sampling of the many surprising (and usable) stop-the-clock strategies for beauty, diet, fitness and health:

-Take a few minutes each day to mentally savor the things you’re thankful for, and you’ll sleep better and longer each night  (pg. 240)
– Choose a hydrating or satin-finish liquid foundation, as hormone levels dip and your skin gets drier (pg. 70)
– Shampoo less frequently to avoid hair dye color-fade. Refresh on your off days by spraying on a dry shampoo at the roots to soak up oil and restore volume (p. 108).

What I love about it is that it’s an all encompassing program, while much of it has to do with skin care and diet, it’s also about your attitude and quality of life, there are things in this plan that everyone no matter where you are in life right now can attain.  The thing that challenged me the most in the book was the skin care portion.  Not only did it help me get a routine down – it has given me the knowledge in what to look for in the future years when my skin starts changing again.

Reviewing this book didn’t only give me goals to want to be successful at, it also showed me patterns in my life that were a health risk.  It made me want to make some very permanent changes. 

If you’re looking for a fresh start, it may be worth the $17.00 investment into the book.

They also have a sweepstakes going on for a chance to win a spa trip valued at $25,000!  Just fill out the widget below to be entered into it.  (This is a sweepstakes run by Good Housekeeping not affiliated with my blog at all, I’m just posting the widget.)

I received a media sample of the book to review from Hearst. Published by
Tammy Litke.  Affiliate links are used in this post.

If you’d like to win a copy of the book 7 Years Younger to start the program and put it to use in your life, I am giving away a copy here on my blog.

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