The truth about love has many degrees of honesty, some come out at the end of the first date, other degrees come out after six months of courtship. Let’s hope not too late.
Kailen has developed the system that helps us to choose well-fitting partner lowering the disappointment for both sides. There is a match for everyone is she believes we you walk through her course your chances are better to find long lasting love.
FSHN- What led you to help people find love in a new way?
KR- I found that people would become on their first date all that the other person would like, but not themselves.
FSHN- How fast would this become a problem to continue dating?
KR- Often at the end of that first date the true personality would surface and there would not be a second date.
FSHN- Do you think this is a bad or good thing for it to happen so fast?
KR- I think it is best for both not to waste time one game and invest in the conscious search for the better match in character and values.
FSHN- How do match people that are ready for their soul mate?
KR- First I want you to know that soul mates are often teachers not necessarily life companions. That is the first misunderstanding of the relationship must have. Souls mates evolve us to be a better person which is often attached to pain and drama forcing new direction to survive or escape.
When all works smoothly, we are relaxed and complaisant cruising through life. That is life companion experience, one that grows with us and makes room for both to evolve from lessons as they go along the journey of life. Not too many people have open-minded partners, that do not judge them through the years and allow transformation.
FSHN- What in your view is the secret magic of “real relationship” you describe in your program?
KR- Honor your relationship is number one needed secret to having an appropriate response to whatever may be going on at the moment. The second one is Date each other again- no matter if you are married or together for an extended time. This attitude of having a date is the great ingredient in building sexual tension and elevate hormone levels serotonin leading to even greater pleasure when going home and discovering each other again. That is the third secret and benefit you get when following through on the first two. All is connected and when creating domino effect choose wisely what action you take.
FSHN- please tell me more about the third benefit coming from your third rule of “experience everything new together”?
KR- the Simple concept of pairing your favorite wine with different food for a different experience. This is how you create new connections of association with your partner- again and again. Communicating what each of you may like to experience and finding time and space for it to happen is part of the excitement in planning already. Building memories together create new connections too.
FSHN- What is the best way to get to know yourself and who you want to be with?
KR- I have developed an App for this purpose and test to take you can find it on
FSHN- what can one expect for them to change once they engage you or use your App?
KR- I know and believe that they will have a better chance at finding real love from the real person. By being true to yourself you take out deceit and disempowerment from the possible relationship in turn giving love a good chance at success. After all, we will always return to our roots of moral and ethics so why attract someone that has different core believes from the start?
FSHN- Kailen, I must say that you are the first leading the way in match making of celebrities who are pretend people at their work asking them to be real in personal life to find true love and life partner. Your understanding of human nature and its consequences is impressive. I am for the first time writing about match making with great enthusiasm for seeing happier homes and more stable environment because of it. Keep doing what you do well and I advise to find Real Love to you all.
Find your self then find real love. It is out there waiting for you.
To learn more about Kailen Rosenberg please go to her website
At the splendid Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills which makes every guest welcome with a smile and sense of gratitude for showing up, Ohana&CO on August 23, 2018, held an event for Summer Celebration of Brands with A Mission, Representing Beauty- Lifestyle- Fashion world.
Karine Ohana and Susan Rockefeller assumbeled amazing group of leaders to share thoughts and inspire a new direction for all to embrace and influence.
From TV advertisers and multimedia executives to hands-on creators such as Anastasia of Beverly Hills and Elisabeth Thieriot of Replete Skincare, were present.
Anastasia spoke of the importance to stay connected to her clients and always bring value to them with her products. How until two years ago she was still shaping brows for her clients at her shop. How important it is to stay authentic to the brand creation and never be too far to know the effect it has on people that buy it.
Another Brand with Mission was Replete Skincare which goal is to harmonize people with nature to gain resilience for urban life demands. Elisabeth created Replete with the thought of self-care system that is portable on the plane and the beach giving a groomed look and feel without any harm to people of the environment. A system that restores skin without much time or effort.
All brand where focused on being more environmentally friendly like Frey is planting Argan tree for each sold product with its extract.
Another fabulous brand was AELLA with form-fitting pants that feel like leggings. Great product for women that need to balance work and fitness even motherhood with style. The perfect solution to comfort for long hours at the desk, solving daily problems or simply writing creative novels.
Ohana & CO is changing the world one Brand with a Mission at a time.
Having a European dream home yet living in the United States is the ultimate combination of beauty and a safe life.
This magnificent Sacramento Modern Tuscan Style Executive Estate is situated on 0.53 acres lot with additional buildable .79 acres lot in front.
A grand formal entryway welcomes you to an old world Venetian style interior which is both luxurious and inviting. A dramatic formal living room adjacent to elegant dining room, breathtaking main family room, and conditioned indoor patio can accommodate beautiful celebrations and day-to-day living.
The gourmet chef’s kitchen boasts professional grade stainless appliances, wood-burning in kitchen pizza oven, hood with advanced exhaust and air curtain, two built-in refrigerators and freezer, dual dishwashers, walk-in pantry with dumb-waiter to the garage below, breakfast bar, and dining nook.
In a secluded in a private wing, the master suite offers ample luxurious space, a see-through fireplace from master to master retreat and a spacious spa-like bath with separate fireplace above jacuzzi tub.
The home boasts an outdoor summer kitchen offering another ideal space for entertaining. A circular brick driveway, separate motor court, an eight-car dual garage provides ample parking. The additional 2800 S.F. unfinished basement is ready for home theater, and/ or earth conditioned wine cellar.
With nearly 7,000 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, 5.5 Baths, spread over a single level this majestic estate is a perfect fusion of elegant craftsmanship and outstanding scale.
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The Earth Journalism Network’s James Fahn reports from Greenland on how covering the impacts of climate and environmental change in highly-affected regions like the Arctic is vital both for the people of that region as well as the rest of the world.
The Inuit hunters of Greenland face a grim challenge. They need to venture out on the sea ice in order to stalk their prey of seals, walrus and beluga, but climate change is thinning the ice, and snowmobiles have a disturbing tendency to break through it, plunging the hunters into the freezing waters below.
The answer, says Lene Kielsen Holm of the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, is to rely once again on dogsleds. The dog’s sensitive paws, she explains, warn them when the ice gets too thin, and they alert the hunter not to go further. Greenland now has regulations in certain regions requiring hunters to rely more on dogsleds. Across Baffin Bay, among the Inuit in Canada, where snowmobiles are more widely used, there have been more accidents and deaths, she explains.
It’s a wonderful example of how ancient traditions can be used to adapt to the modern challenge of climate change. Greenland will need many more such examples.
Those changes are profound, although a few of them have been advantageous to the hunters. “It is now easier to hunt polar bear because they can’t go out as much onto the thinning sea ice. No doubt the bears are also more abundant due to strict hunting restrictions imposed over the last 40 years,” says Ababsi Bjarne Lybeth of the Association of Fishers and Hunters of Greenland. “But it’s much harder to hunt beluga, as they have moved further out to sea.”
Indeed, according to Jette Rygaard, a lecturer at Ilisimatusarfik (the University of Greenland), many Greenlanders seem optimistic that the warming temperatures can also bring positive changes, such as the opportunity to grow more food in farms and gardens. Holm reports that for the first time ever, potatoes have been grown in Qaanaaq, a community in the far north of Greenland. And farms, especially sheep farms, are flourishing in the far south of the country.
Also, in some ways, Greenland seems slightly less vulnerable than other places in the Arctic. Its deltas actually seem to be expanding due to climate change, and so its coastline seems less prone to the kind of erosion that is forcing villages in Alaska and elsewhere to be relocated. And although the thawing of its permafrost is harming infrastructure, Greenland has fewer roads to be buckled; long-distance travel is generally done by air or ship.
On the other hand, some changes have been devastating. In a report, Holm quotes Pauline Kristiansen, an 81-year-old from Qaanaaq: “We are being deprived [by] ignorant outsiders of the resources that we live from, the few animals that are living in our region, used for food, for warm clothing, etc. We are even running out of food for our loved dogs, the dogs that ‘they’ [outsiders] are asking us to take good care of.”
“Climate change has indeed altered the hunters’ lives completely, and their culture, too,” says Poul Krarup, the editor of the Greenlandic newspaper Sermitsiaq.
To be fair, explains Holm, it is not (just) changes in the climate that has locals worried, but regulations about where, when and what to hunt – some imposed by international agreements, but others by local authorities trying to ensure that hunting is sustainable. They also face intense pressure from environmental and animal welfare groups, since many of the species the Inuit have traditionally hunted for subsistence, and now sometimes for commercial purposes – seals, polar bears, narwhal, beluga, walrus – are considered by many as animals that should be more fully protected.
What’s more, they are now aware that eating some of these species can be hazardous to their health, as persistent organic pollutants emitted by industry in the rest of the world tends to accumulate in outsized proportions amongst the animals in the Arctic food chain.
The Ascent of Fishing
In terms of the economy, the changes faced by the fishing industry may be even more important, as it generates about 90 percent of the country’s export earnings. Again, some of the changes are positive. The price of key species like halibut has been rising, and more and more Greenlanders, including some who previously relied on hunting, are turning to fishing to support their livelihoods.
“Fishing is going up while hunting is going down,” says Holm. “The atmosphere in Qaanaaq among young people was not positive, as many were not taught hunting skills and didn’t even eat fish before. But now many have begun to fish, and the people have had to enlarge their freezers to keep all that they catch.”
But the future remains uncertain. Fish stocks seem to be declining in southern Greenland, moving northward, and some of the people are doing likewise. Kuupik Kleist, the country’s former premier estimates that the South has lost perhaps 5,000 people in recent years, roughly a quarter of the region’s population.
“The shrimp are moving north, and so is the cod,” which prey on the shrimp, he explains. This has been a boon for fishermen further north, at least for now. But cod only fetches about one third the price of halibut, according to employees at the Greenland Halibut fish processing company, and no one is sure whether the cod may outcompete the halibut in the long run.
To help ensure a healthy future for Greenland’s fisheries – and neighboring Canada’s – several groups have proposed a stricter new international management regime in a polynya dubbed Pikialasorsuaq (“The Great Upwelling”) by the Inuit.
“Polynyas are areas of open water that remain ice-free throughout the winter due to ocean and wind currents,” explains a report prepared by the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC). “They are incredibly rich, diverse areas teaming with marine life, in part as a result of the upwelling of nutrient-rich waters. The Pikialasorsuaq is the largest polynya in the Arctic and the most biologically productive region north of the Arctic Circle.
“This ecosystem has supported Inuit for millennia and is central to Inuit hunting and harvesting. Inuit on both the Canadian and Greenlandic sides of the Pikialasorsuaq have recognized the area as critical habitat for many migratory species upon which they depend for their food security as well as cultural and spiritual connections. In short, the health of the Pikialasorsuaq directly influences the health and well-being of Inuit communities in the … region. [But it] is seriously threatened by the rapid change in the region including climatic and environmental change, increased shipping activities, tourism, oil and gas exploration, and development.”
The ICC is recommending, among other things, the “Establishment of a management regime, with a management authority led by Inuit representatives from communities in the Pikialasorsuaq region, … a framework for regulating activities, including transportation, shipping, and off-shore industrial development … [and] a protected area comprised of the polynya itself and including a larger management zone that reflects the connection between communities, their natural resources, and the polynya.”
The authorities in Nunavut and federal Canada generally seems supportive of this approach, says ICC Greenland’s president Hjalmar Dahl. Greenland, meanwhile, has just elected a new government and its position is not known yet.
Tapping Other Resources
Keeping fisheries healthy is only one piece of the puzzle that is Greenland’s future. For the melting of the icecap that covers 80 percent of the world’s largest island is also opening up access to other resources. The fact that the burning of fossil fuels is, via climate change, enabling more petroleum exploration and development is an irony that pervades the Arctic.
Mineral resources are also becoming more available, in particular uranium and rare earth elements. Greenland’s government has been debating for many years whether to approve mines proposed for the southern part of the country. Uranium mining, several sources pointed out, doesn’t necessarily go well with sheep farming.
But rare earth minerals are widely used in many new environmental technologies. China currently controls about 95 percent of the global production of these minerals, and Chinese firms – along with others from Australia – are among those who seem eager to invest in Greenland.
Extractive industries are not the only option for the country, which desperately needs to diversify its economy from an over-reliance on fisheries. There are also burgeoning opportunities to increase tourism. Greenland has spectacular landscapes, coastlines and glaciers — most notably there is the iceberg-strewn bays and fjords around the west coast town of Ilulissat, host to a World Heritage Site.
But even here there hard choices to make. Ilulissat seems destined to boom in popularity, but it is home to only 5,000 or so people – still making it the third largest town in the country — and they are understandably anxious about being overwhelmed by tourism, says Krarup. The government is now deciding whether to enlarge its airport to bring in more visitors, which again could lead to profound changes.
Indeed, when it comes to facing development challenges, the region for which Greenland may be most reminiscent is actually the small island states of the South Pacific. Although they may seem like geographical opposites, there are surprising similarities: they are ocean-facing countries with vast marine resources and tourism potential, situated on the front lines of climate change, with small indigenous populations spread across vast distances, speaking multiple dialects, making travel and communication difficult and expensive.
Ultimately, as in most places, the greatest resource Greenland has may be its people. Holm, the researcher who runs GINR’s Climate and Society Program, emphasizes how important indigenous knowledge is to her work, and to the challenge of adapting to climate change. The Inuit have always had to be resilient to survive in such harsh conditions.
That legacy is going to be crucial, in more ways than one, if Greenlanders are to continue to thrive. Speaking of her efforts to develop a new kind of tourism for the country, Liisi Egede Hegelund, who built and operates Inuk Hostels in the capital of Nuuk, notes that, “When European men came to Greenland to develop tourism, they only saw the nature, the icecap, and the glaciers. I want to do it for our culture, which has so much to offer.”
Visitors can get a demonstration of that by watching native craftsmen build their remarkably seaworthy qajaqs (or “kayaks”, as we now call them) using driftwood tied together by animal sinew; or by witnessing the qulleq ceremony traditionally used to ignite the oil lamps that have provided light and heat for the Inuit for centuries.
How do you create and sustain fire in an environment where there are no trees, and the land is covered by snow and frost most of the year? The Inuit learned to do it by using oil and blubber from marine mammals — along with tallow from land animals and even droppings from arctic hare and ptarmigans – as fuel, by using moss as wicks and by transporting embers when they migrated or went on hunts.
They will now have to tap into that same ingenuity to adapt to climate and environmental change if they are to thrive amidst the challenges of the coming years.
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What is a better time than June to benefit from newly available access to have new skin without spots marks or unwanted tattoos with almost no downtime and little to no pain? Spring is a great time to shed what we do not want on our body or in our life. It is a good time to adopt new ways and an open mind to new possibilities after winter indoor months. One of the new possibilities is the benefit you can have from the newly discovered perfect combination of technology with biology for your instant gratification! Finally, we can have the age of skin somewhat reversed, when using PhotoFacial to remove age and sun spots plus DNA reset, then feeding the skin with Replete Intense Recovery nutrients that bring new skin to youthful look and density 2/3 times faster than in standard recovery till Replete was used right after the procedure. The Replete Intense Recovery extract, when used immediately after the chosen procedure, acts instantaneously thoughts recovery by the elimination of pain and irritation to the tissue. This enables us to go on about normal business and personal life. Sometimes the best things come as surprise. I have created the intense recovery extract to calm my skin after long day under the Hawaiian sun. I found that I need the sun to have energized me about life to feel positive and my bone density to be maintained from the sunlight, as I do not eat dairy products. Now we discovered it helps to recover from silly burns we get while cooking delicious meals. I keep one by the side of my stove for the moment like this, since I never know when my arm will hit the hot rack from the oven. This was my first of the skin support line of formulations to be created! Once I was able to sleep on the beach in the sun and then apply my potion with instant relieve, so I could go out to dinner or work in comfort, I realized that secret for our fast life and need for light is in nutrients and how they are combined and when. After that, I started looking for ways to strengthen my skin for the duration of needed sun exposure, to allow for the body to convert essential nutrients drawn from the sun without limiting the time out. This is how the concept of seasonal serum were born. The challenge to create formula that would address the seasonal light was challenging. Every season has different sunlight strength and angle. If you add this to our bodies and skin having different assignments of function with each season, you get complicated charts of function and needs. I took on this challenge and looked back on how our ancestors dealt with this challenges before there was skincare to buy. I found that each era had different way of approaching the self-care. One of the most distant from us era used clays to protect their skin during long days under the sun. Replete has extracts of specific clays in combination of other proprietary seasonal extracts submerged into deep ocean water from 3000 feet that is 2000-year-old and free of this civilization pollution. This water consistency and richness of nutrients is closest to our amniotic water in which we are formed in vitro. With this kind of thinking I have been able to form 11 formulations to date that are available from Replete skincare. I am now able to take long hikes without worry of overexposure or not enough exposure. My skin is stronger, denser and more resilient because I feed the skin needed nutrients directly to it. I feel that now I can see my skin function as it was designed to do. The skin has its own intelligence for repair, assimilation, breathing, and detoxification if we do not interfere with its natural role in our system of organs. We must remember that skin has an important role in our overall wellbeing and we need to be respectful of that. For that reason, I designed formulas that assist our skin in the roles it has for each season and between day and night. I feel that musts for June to July month are Spring Serum then switching to Summer Serum at Equinox followed for the night sleep with Intense Recovery and Lip Restore to keep the transition from spring month into sunny summer smooth. Not needing makeup to cover your skin will give the feeling of being young, beautiful and confident every day. Replete Confidence 2018_FSHN
Replete autumn facts for those living in Southern Hemisphere.
What a perfect time to watch the skin change from summer glow to tighter brighter texture. But before it goes through this transformation, you must know the Replete facts of Autumn Serum which is designed to assist the skin in tightening, strengthening, storing some extra vitamins from what is left of autumn sunlight. Then close it all up for winter blizzards. This will reduce skin matrix degradation and appearance of premature wrinkles and sagging. All thanks to our Seasonal Actives. Serums are designed to assist in seasonal function of the skin as an organ, which it is. We tend to forget this at times since we preoccupy with how it looks versus what it does first. Replete looks at getting the skin to look radiant by reducing the stress of getting the job done. Turning thin fragile skin into this re-densified, resilient skin that you need in the autumn and upcoming winter. Not interfering with the processes that must happen regardless of our personal momentary desire, we go on to achieve the goals. One of the best things you can do is to use Cleanser and scrubs in the morning as it is designed to detox during morning hours, then nourish with nutrients with replete the only one without fillers that interrupt the breathing process and cause adverse symptoms. Skin is supposed to expel as it detoxifies our system without pause. Please keep in mind to let it breathe and keep it clean. At night the skin needs gently rinse with cleanser and night nutrition for repairs and replacement of cells. The quality of your skin cells in the autumn will determine the damage level on your skin during winter. All decisions you make will show up on your skin without fail. This is how it works. All is connected from season to season and from day to day.
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They are made with sodium bicarbonate to soften the skin, citric acid to exfoliate and sea salt. Each bath soak and fizzie formulation contains a blend of essential oils and dried herbs that are chosen for their therapeutic healing properties.
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Alessandro Egger modeling carrier has given example to his younger sister Elsa. Now the family has two top faces of Italy.
After 4 years of impressive career , and world wide campaigns for Dolce Gabbana Moncler Versace , Alessandro was chosen by GQ Italy one of best dressed on red carpet in Venice . Today testimonial for Etro and protagonist of important fashion cover is here with some great images for you . A lot of hard work and discipline brought him where he is . No smoking no alcohol , no drugs . Strict healthy diet and sports . Healthy life first of all, created healthy carrier for Alessandro Egger, and now his sister too. He lead by example, and she learned from him willingly.
Elisa now was chosen as a New Face in Italy by historic Agency Caremoli from Milan to start up the career.
Photo of Elisa Egger with Goffredo Schettino son of famous artist ( www.erikatrojer.com)
We will see if she will able to follow the brother steps. She is a very good student and she stays hours on books every day . As all teenagers she is very careful to follow the example of good habits of her older brother with a lot of GYM time and healthy organic food!
This is the success story of family that supports the dreams and good habits. If you ever think of becoming a model, chose to eat well, sleep and spend time outdoors. Good life habits build good life.
What is a better time than April to benefit from Replete newly available access to have new skin without spots marks or unwanted tattoos with almost no downtime and little to no pain? Spring is a great time to shed what we do not want on our body or in our life. It is a good time to adopt new ways and an open mind to new possibilities after winter indoor months. One of the new possibilities is the benefit you can have from a newly discovered perfect combination of technology with biology for your instant gratification! Finally, we can have the age of skin somewhat reversed when using PhotoFacial to remove age and sun spots plus DNA reset, then feeding the skin with Replete Intense Recovery nutrients that bring new skin to youthful look and density 2/3 times faster than in standard recovery till Replete was used right after the procedure. The Replete Intense Recovery extract, when used immediately after the chosen procedure, acts instantaneously thoughts recovery by an elimination of pain and irritation to the tissue. This enables us to go on about normal business and personal life. Sometimes the best things come as surprise. I have created the intense recovery extract to calm my skin after a long day under the Hawaiian sun. I found that I need the sun to be energized me about life to feel positive and my bone density to be maintained from the sunlight, as I do not eat dairy products. Now we discovered it helps to recover from silly burns we get while cooking delicious meals. I keep one by the side of my stove for a moment like this, since I never know when my arm will hit the hot rack from the oven. This was my first of the skin support line of formulations to be created! Once I was able to sleep on the beach in the sun and then apply my potion with instant relieve, so I could go out to dinner or work in comfort, I realized that secret for our fast life and need for light is in nutrients and how they are combined and when. After that, I started looking for ways to strengthen my skin for the duration of needed sun exposure, to allow for the body to convert essential nutrients drawn from the sun without limiting the time out. This is how the concept of seasonal serum was born. The challenge to create the formula that would address the seasonal light was challenging. Every season has different sunlight strength and angle. If you add this to our bodies and skin having different assignments of function with each season, you get complicated charts of function and needs. I took on this challenge and looked back on how our ancestors dealt with this challenges before there was skincare to buy at the store. I found that each era had a different way of approaching the self-care. One of the most distant from us era used clays to protect their skin during long days under the sun. Replete has extracts of specific clays in the combination of other proprietary seasonal extracts submerged into deep ocean water from 3000 feet that is 2000 year old and free of this civilization pollution. This water consistency and richness of nutrients is closest to our amniotic water in which we are formed in vitro. With this kind of thinking I have been able to form 11 formulations to date that are available from Replete skincare. I am now able to take long hikes without worry of overexposure or not enough exposure. My skin is stronger, denser and more resilient because I feed the skin needed nutrients directly to it. I feel that now I am able to see my skin function as it was designed to do. The skin has its own intelligence for repair, assimilation, breathing, and detoxification as long as we do not interfere with its natural role in our system of organs. We must remember that skin has an important role in our overall wellbeing and we need to be respectful of that. For that reason, I designed formulas that assist our skin in the roles it has for each season and between day and night. I feel that musts for April month are Spring Serum followed for the night with Intense Recovery and Lip Restore to keep the transition from winter month to sunny spring smooth.