Cindra Lee Henry

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Does What I Do Matter?

Here are the three questions I’ve been wrestling with: What is it that I do? Why do I do what I do? Does what I do matter? I would deeply appreciate your perspective and feedback on these questions. What is your perception of who I am and what I have to offer the world? The […]


Yamuna Zake – Proudly Unconventional

Yesterday we discussed Jacky O’Shaughnessy who, at 62, became a model for American Apparel and who, in her interviews, shares her own experience with body shame and eventual acceptance. Today, I bring you  Yamuna Zake, fitness guru extraordinaire, pioneer of Yamuna Body Rolling. Like Jacky, she is a tall, gray-haired goddess-of-a-woman who is unapologetic about […]


Jacky Speaks for All Women

Please, listen to this interview with Jacky O’Shaughnessy as part of the “What’s Underneath Project.” My question to you is, if this magnificent 62-year-old, healthy, fit, trim woman has lived with body insecurity all her adult life thanks in large part to feedback she’s been given by others, then doesn’t that seem like a huge […]


Today’s Beauty Finds!

I don’t usually pass along articles I find on my daily Yahoo! feed.  But today there was one I thought very worth passing along. If you know me at all, you know that I don’t use loads of cosmetics. I am a very simple girl at heart (or perhaps I’m just lazy!) and prefer to […]


Would You Start a Business?

So the whole reason I’m blogging is because I am determined to start my own business. Mind you, I’m not even remotely good at being an entrepreneur – but I’m going to learn! When I saw this article awhile back I realized that here was a list that actually resonated with me. Take a look […]