All That Glitters

Today marks the online debut of my SisterDivas Magazine column,
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What accessory more visibly demonstrates how we treat others — and ourselves — than our own hands? For this inaugural column, A Show of Hands, I suggest products and services to help transform overworked, neglected hands from ragged to regal. You’ll find a treasure-trove of advice and recommendations from beauty experts, dermatologists, and several of my Live Journal friends,* plus links to a wealth of related websites and blogs. 

Try a handful or all of the tips I’ve included, then settle on the ones that fit your lifestyle and budget. But if you believe, as I do, that our inner beauty is reflected in the ways we interact with our world, perhaps you’ll agree that Tip #11 is the most valuable suggestion of all.

While you’re browsing SisterDivas magazine, be sure you find your way to The Write Path, a column by Amanda Hubbard (aka LiveJournal user Mandywriter).

*Acknowledgements (also included in the online article): Please put your hands together for these All That Glitters column advisors: Monique, Kristy, Kim, Sacha, Katherine, Sara, Mindy, Dan, Jennifer, Katherine, Laura, Brandie, aesthetician Muriel Michalewicz, manicurist Sonny Nguyen, dermatologist Jay Applebaum, MD, and several people who called themselves Anonymous.

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    • Thank you so much. I was really nervous writing it, as the topic selection was open-ended. I appreciate getting feedback; and if you have ideas for future columns, please let me know… πŸ™‚

    • Excellent — now you’re an official Sister Diva!

      And thanks again for contributing to my column… Did you notice that I’ve mentioned and linked to you in the acknowledgments on the bottom of this post and also at the end of my column? πŸ™‚

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