Archive for October, 2009

Official Kittens at PTTP

October 30, 2009

If you’ve been to my house, you know that it was remodeled some years ago to entertain our five cats.  Those years have passed, as have the cats, so as of last weekend we were cat-less.  This is not a state I care to be in so last night  my husband and I visited the Humane Society “just to look” and….can you guess….returned home with two adorable kittens, Miles and Posey.

Fearless, curious, affectionate, sleek are just a few terms that apply to M & P.  They’ll be the official kittens at Peels To The People and will welcome clients in their own special way.   Be sure to let me know if you have pet allergies because Miles and Posey have an exciting lower level to explore and don’t need to contribute to sneezing conditions of their welcome guests.

New Look!

October 26, 2009

You’re gazing at my lovely new website, thanks to the web design talents of Jessica Risdon of Portland, OR.  I specifically wanted images of “mature” women along with younger gals to accurately reflect my client base.  I’m so pleased and I hope you will be too.

Mid-October Microcurrent

October 15, 2009

OK,  I’ve had the Bio-Therapeutic microcurrent device for 6 weeks and am really starting to get a feel for the technology and what it can do.  Several clients are allowing me to work on tightening their skin in those loose places….and as we progress, we’re making progress.  This is not overnight.  This is having faith in the technology as well as in the practictioner.  It’s a process and thank you for listening.


October 6, 2009

Exhaustion seems to have taken ahold of me.  Partly it’s the time factor:  finding time to see clients, giving them my undivided attention (which is why I have clients!) and treatments that work, and still finding time for myself and my family.  Sometimes I do really well in the balancing act but the last week or so, I’m lagging (not with clients, with my own life).   So my goal this week is finding quality time for myself and attempting to gain a grip from fatigue.  Wish me luck!