28th September 2017
Speeches, Struggles And Skin

I have been watching a lot of keynote speeches lately since I'm about to do my own for the World Women Summit at the Clinton Presidential Center in Arkansas in the US.  While watching keynote speeches delivered by successful people I realized that they had all gone through their own emotional struggles and journey. Most successful people have hit an all time low at some point in their life. BUT it's what we do after that which counts and all of the successful people that I watched had come back stronger than ever after they had hit an all time low. I bring this up because I feel it's important not to forget we all have our own struggles and it's what you do as a person to overcome them that counts and creates who we are today. I'm really looking forward to delivering my speech and I'm very thankful  that I am able to share my journey with you and soon to be at the World Women Summit.

I arrived back in Los Angeles almost a month ago. Home was great and always sad to leave the ones I love. But I'm now back in the chaos of the entertainment world here in LA.

As soon as I arrived back I started filming with a wonderful and talented writer and director who I am also happy to call my friend, Peter Meech.

The movie is called Around Robin and I tell part of the story as a neighbour to the FBI. It's got an amazing twist to it! 

I did a beautiful shoot taking me back to the 1950's. I was wearing Eva Mendez collection. It was very Marilyn Monroe. Steeve Daviault produced, styled and did my hair and make up for the shoot. He is truly a gifted artist and works with some amazing models, musicians and actors/actresses.  Peter Sevnson was the director/photographer. He has taken some of the best images I have ever seen. I truly felt like I was back in the 1950's that day! 

I did a beautiful shoot taking me back to the 1950's. I was wearing Eva Mendez collection. It was very Marilyn Monroe. Steeve Daviault produced, styled and did my hair and make up for the shoot. He is truly a gifted artist and works with some amazing models, musicians and actors/actresses.  Peter Sevnson was the director/photographer. He has taken some of the best images I have ever seen. I truly felt like I was back in the 1950's that day! 

While I was home I met a friend Sandra McClumpa who owns Fake Bake united. She never blows her own trumpet so I will do it for her! This is one fabulous strong willed women who has already achieved so much in life. She mentioned the campaign 'Save your skin' to me and I was intrigued. I learned that Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers in the United States and United Kingdom, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). More than 5.4 million nonmelanoma skin cancers are treated in 3.3 million people each year, more than the number diagnosed with breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined, yet most of us still don't take precautions to prevent it! Naturally I decided to be a part of the Fake Bake Save your skin campaign and find ways to raise awareness.

Wearing sun screen is number 1. Learn from on line how to check your moles or simply visit the doctor if your moles are changing. 

Prevention is always better than cure. 

This is a great link for you to save: 

https://fakebake.co.uk/save-your-skin/

I'm off to pack my rather large suitcase for my trip to Arkansas! See you next time x

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