Fillers vs MidFace Lift at 35by
the focus of your face back up to your eyes – the most flattering focal point of anyone’s face. Filling the cheeks also has the effect (partly real, but mostly an illusion of perception) of making the face look...
Bloggers and Chatters Meet Face to Face!by
From left to right: Jen (of MS Strength blog), Sonia (a regular at the Delaware Area MS Chats) and Lisa (of Brass and Ivory blog among others) joined me for the first annual Mid-Atlantic Bloggers...
Face of Lyme Disease, Todayby
I've decided to give my readers an expanded version of what it's like to have Lyme Disease, from the recovery process, which is just beginning. I will include reflections on my illness for readers to relate to as well as
Where are the Faces?by
A. Brewster S.
In the mid 1980's most business was still done on paper. Sales were primarily done face-to-face....
Because we no longer are a face to face country, or world. We no longer ask our worker, Joe, how he is doing today, or...
The North Face – no sense of humourby
In Asia we called illegal The North Face knock-off clothing … The North Farce.
They should go after the Asian companies producing those goods, not a teen in the mid-West.
A Missouri teenager frustrated...
Two Faces Better Than One?by
Seth Roberts ..
A few months ago, Caleb Cooper commented saying that he’d found that looking at two faces every morning seemed to work better than looking at one face. He found that Bloggingheads.tv expanded to full...