I am tickled pink to be hosting Fashion Flash on Valentine’s Day! Where once it was a holiday for lovers, its now day to show our friends and families how much we care about them. I love especially buying red or pink cards and presents for my grandchildren. This year the latest addition to my family is one month old Zach Janay and I found a bib saying “Its My First Valentines Day. I know I am totally geeky, but I can’t wait to post it on Facebook.
This week our bloggers have also been inspired by Valentines Day. There are great posts about our hearts, perfume and make-up as well as a wonderful history of the holiday:
- We all know that omega oils are good for our hearts. Melanie of Society Wellness gives us a rundown on other health benefits oils have that you may not know about.
- Inka of Glamour Granny Travels discovers the origins of St Valentine.
- Josephine of Chic At Any Age asks ” can we keep romance alive at any age? French women know a trick or two.
- Roses are the traditional flower of St Valentines Day and at No-Nonsense Beauty Blog we are looking at the health and beauty benefits of this symbolic flower
- Red is the cover of love, but which shade is right for you? Jackie of Aging Backwards will help you decide.
- Beth of Style At A Certain Age admits she is always sucker for pink as she shares what she wore with her main squeeze of 32 years.
- Mary Lou of Second Lives Club want to remind us that Valentines Day is not always about two lovers. It can look very different in our Second Lives that is all about change.
- Erika of Musings From My Dressing Table explains why you should say yes to coconut oil.
- Mirabai of Moving Free with Mirabiai shares new research how cardio dance may improve memory as it helps your heart.
- Marcia of Beauty Info Zone has a new way to life and tone our skin.
Barbara Hanna Grufferman is the proud spokesperson for a heart-warming campaign between Red Heart Yarns and the American Red Cross and is asking everyone to Have a Heart in February…and all year long! See how you can get involved, too.