3 Ways to Rock a Skin Tight Version of You

"And that's why it's good to be.. me" ~ Gene Simmons Do you think Gene's statement is bold?  You could take it as a statement of ego, and to a certain degree, you'd be right.    The statement is really made from self love.  It is a statement of power and strength.  It is a statement to be made when you know yourself well.  It is a statement to make when you accept & love yourself - truly, madly, deeply.   How can you Rock a skin tight version of you? You've seen the Rocker's who wear skin tight clothes, men and women alike.  What do you think it takes for them to get out and strut their stuff?  To let the hum that moves through them get out there and expose their thoughts, feelings and vulnerabilities.  It isn't all smoke and mirrors.  Sure, there's some glam........  mostly what you get though, is heart and soul.   Where is your heart and soul? Do you...
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★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: JACK JOHNSON

This week in ★ROCK STAR MONDAY★:  JACK JOHNSON   Jack Johnson was born and raised in Hawaii.  His father Jeff Johnson, was a well known surfer.  Following in his father's footsteps, Jack began surfing when he was 5.  He was good enough to get sponsored by Quicksilver and was the youngest surfer to get invited to the Pipeline Masters at age 17.  Even though he began teaching himself to play the guitar at 14, and writing songs at 16, he wasn't thinking music.  He was on the track of pro surfer.  That track ended when he hit a reef during the Masters.  He almost drowned, broke his nose and required 150 stitches.  His next path was film school.  Jack went to UC Santa Barbara, studied film and made films on....... you guessed it!  Surf movies.  :)   He was still strumming his guitar, but he was focused on making films, and made 2 documentaries, 'Thicker Than Water' and 'The September Session.'  Even though he...
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★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: ALICIA KEYS

This week in ★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: ALICIA KEYS   Alicia Keys was encouraged by her mother to pursue the arts.  At age 4, Alicia appeared on the Cosby show.  She continued to take dance and music lessons.  At age 7, she began playing the piano. learning the classics.  At age 12, she entered the Professional Performing Arts School and graduated at age 16 as the valedictorian.   She had begun writing songs at age 14, and her musicianship was far beyond her years.  She got the attention of Jeff Robinson who brought her to Arista Records.  She was later to sign at Columbia records at the same time she was accepted at Columbia University.  Like many of our other Rock Star Monday artists (Bonnie Raitt, Billy Idol), Alicia dropped out after a year to pursue her music.   Alicia's passion is evident in her lyrics, music and performances.  She continues to act, produce records and Rock her highest vibe, proving 'This Girl is on Fire'. Are...
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★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: STEVIE WONDER

This week in ★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: STEVIE WONDER     Stevie Wonder was born 6 weeks premature.  His retinas became detached and he would never experience eyesight.  Wonder says, 'Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn't mean he lacks vision.'  He has taken what 'he gots to work with' and made major achievements in music while actively supporting many causes.  Stevie is the recipient of hundreds of awards and is known globally for his music and activism.  His music has influenced millions, including fellow artists, many of whom he has collaborated with. Being blind has never stopped Wonder, and he's never felt disadvantaged.  His mother left his father when he was 4, and moved Stevie and his 5 siblings to Detroit.  He became active in the choir and taught himself to play multiple instruments.   At age 11, Ronnie White of The Miracles brought Stevie to Motown where he was introduced to Berry Gordy, who signed him to Motown.  At...
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