03 Mar


I hear so many stories about girls making a difference in the world, living the Hepburn lifestyle, and changing their own lives for the better...they are great stories and I wish you could hear them! So I decided to start opening up this blog to YOU, the readers. Email me with your personal Hepburn projects, lifestyle changes, inspiring undertakings, etc. and I just might feature you on the blog! It can be as small as deciding to kick a bad habit (which, let's be honest, is no small thing) or as big as deciding to run for President. Email booking@jordanchristy.com. Big or small, I want to hear it!

Categories: Health | Relationships

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18 Jan

What's Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander...and Goslings..

You know my obsession with Korres products...well, you're gonna hear about it again. I've been using their Quercetin & Oak line and looooove it. And this is kind of a funny thing to rave about, but it actually smells good. Why is that funny, you ask? Because the hubs is typically repulsed by any and every kind of facial cream I've ever tried. I've gotten "Yeek..." and "What's that smell!" and "Is the toilet backed up again?" but never "Mmm, you smell like butter." Now, I never fancied butter to be a particularly attractive scent, but apparently it is (it has to, at the very least, beat out the sewer one). So it wins with The Drew - score one, Korres. 

The next best part is that it doesn't burn. Ladies, you all know what I'm talking about. You know that hot, tingly, acidic feeling that your flesh is melting away from your face. I used to think "Oh, that just means it's working." But after having children and experiencing them accidentally slathering on your "ultra-moisturizing" lotion then screaming in agony because their skin is on fire, I began to realize that flesh-melting sensation is probably a negative. Hence why I love Korres. Nothing stings! Nothing burns! Nothing melts! It's just happy, yummy goodness that the babies could probably gobble up and still be fine. Just kidding. I really don't let my children alone with harmful cosmetics as much as you're imagining. Regardless, it wins with The Kids - score two, Korres.

The hippie, vegan, natural-loving side of me is particularly gratified by my third favorite aspect - they leave out bad stuff (probably a large contributing factor to the non-burning aspect mentioned above). Everything about the company is very homeopathic, local, and organic. They honestly and clearly spell out every ingredient on the label. They have researchers studying plants and herbs and flowers with which to make their stuff for Pete's sake! Wins with Nature - score three, Korres. 

At this point, you probably think I'm a part-time sales consultant or something for Korres, but I can assure you, I'm not. I simply think they're awesome and feel like I should pass on the love. So tell your boy or your babies or your Barista that you want a Korres starter pack for V-Day. Or, aw heck, just go buy it yourself

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05 Nov

Let's Hear It For The Boys

People are always asking me if I'm going to write a how-to-be-classy book for guys. The answer is probably not. Mostly because I'm not a guy. I'm constantly asking my husband, "why do guys do that?" or "what does it mean when boys say this?" or "how do you manage to make such a big mess in such a small amount of time?" Boys are still somewhat of a mystery to me, and therefore, I don't really feel qualified to preach to them about behaving well. That being said, I am all for anybody who does!

Well, Drew recently found a blog that he loves called The Art of Manliness, and I have to say, I think it's great. It's smart, fun, practical, and offers timeless wisdom and advice on, well, the art of manliness. They even have books and stuff available, so you might find a good Christmas gift or two for the men in your life. Check it out, or better yet, tell your boy about it.

So, in honor of Movember, this one goes out to all the guys. Keep it classy!

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09 Jan

Vote for Confidence!

I'm privileged to be part of the Confidence Coalition - an organization that works to implement programs and initiatives that instill confidence in every young girl - what's not to love about that?? Well, one of their programs, the Confidence Summit for Girls, is currently in the runnings for a $250k grant from Pepsi Refresh! Obviously, we could help a lot of girls if we win! Luckily, YOU can help make that happen. You can vote here once a day from now until the end of the month. I'm heading over there to vote right now and you should too :)

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    Author Jordan Christy has been a music publicist and has worked with many artists and celebrities, in addition to various media outlets. She currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and daughter. More...

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