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Tag: self-care

A big part of RedLily's purpose is to spread positivity and create self-care awareness. After all, everyone needs a reminder once in a while, even us! RedLily's founder Kerrie Lee Brown launched this platform with a specific goal in mind,...
June 10th, 2022
It's the new year and as a mom, magazine editor, and the founder of this platform, I thought it was the perfect time to reiterate my thoughts on the importance of self-care. After all, I’ve always been passionate about helping people....
January 16th, 2022
Having worked in media for 25 years, I've learned first-hand the importance of showcasing the best version of yourself. It's all about evolving your professional journey and knowing where to pivot when you need to. Over the years, I have...
November 10th, 2021
As women we are often victims of our own forgetfulness. What we mean by this is that over time, we often forget who we are and where we want to go. In other words, we get immersed in the "life" that comes to us: work, marriage, children,...
September 10th, 2021
A while back I had the pleasure of meeting Deepak Chopra at a media event. When I reflect on this once-in-a-lifetime interaction, it amazes me how much his words of slowing down and taking time to breathe every day would become such a big...
April 28th, 2021
How one woman's decision to remove her breast implants after eight years has not only transformed her own life but informed others about the risks associated with this type of body enhancement. Long-time RedLily contributor Tanya Smith,...
March 21st, 2021
When you are considered “clinically obese” as a child, your life becomes one hardship after another. From being bullied as a kid, to dealing with a dysfunctional family, to her private battle with fat loss—this incredibly brave...
February 7th, 2021
For most people, change is scary—especially when you’ve been pushed out of your comfort zone (and time zone) in order to survive. Women's health author and advocate Kerrie Lee Brown reveals how change can actually be healing when you...
November 20th, 2020