Cooling Skin Mist

Mint Medley

Mint Medley

Summer’s sun, heat and pesky insects can combine to stress the skin and make us want to retreat to the indoors.  But why miss out on the fun and healthy benefits of being outside?  This cooling, hydrating and soothing mist will make it a more pleasant experience.  It’s simple to make with ingredients readily available from your local drug or grocery stores.  I like to keep my bottles in the refrigerator for an extra cooling effect.  Going on a picnic?  Place your bottle in the ice cooler – you’ll be the most popular person there; You brought the COOL!

Ingredients/Items

4 ounces distilled water

4 ounces witch hazel

32 drops of lavender essential oil

16 drops of peppermint essential oil

1 – 8 ounce (or 2 – 4 ounce) spray mister bottle(s)

Method: Pour water and witch hazel in the bottle(s).  Add the essential oils and shake well to mix.  Be sure to shake well before use to keep the mixture blended.  Mist lightly over exposed skin – keeping away from face, eyes and mouth.  Enjoy!

 

Tom Joyner Foundation partners with Clark Atlanta University and Rbellah LLC

Clark Atlanta University TJF School of the Month August 2014

Clark Atlanta University is the Tom Joyner Foundation’s August 2014 ‘School of the Month’.  The foundation, formed by the nationally syndicated radio personality, chose Clark Atlanta, as part of its on-going effort to assist these institutions in broadening and strengthening their efforts to raise money to help keep students attending HBCUs.

As one of the Tom Joyner Foundation ‘Schools of the Month’, each school will be promoted by the Tom Joyner Morning Show and receive those funds raised from listeners, alumni and other interested parties that month. The show, aired in 115 markets around the country, reaches nearly eight million listeners every week.

RBH Clark College Class of 1979

RBH Clark College Class of 1979

As a proud 1979 graduate of Clark College with degree in Business, my matriculation there set the stage for the wide range of experiences and success that I have had over the past 35 years.  One of them is my entrepreneurial ventures.  My company, Rbellah LLC is partnering with the Tom Joyner Foundation to raise funds to support students much like myself all those years ago.  We are a natural bath, beauty and wellness company, specializing in handcrafted products that are nourishing, pampering and protective for the skin.  If you would like to experience our products for the first time or take the opportunity to restock your supply, we are offering a 25% discount (in celebration of CAU 25th Anniversary) on all ONLINE products for the ENTIRE MONTH of AUGUST.  Use the code CAUTJF2014 in your shopping cart here.  Your savings will be MATCHED dollar for dollar and contributed to the Tom Joyner Foundation for a 100% pass-through in our national fundraising campaign.

Clark College Alumni Association DFW Chapter circa 1988

Clark College Alumni Association DFW Chapter.          circa 1988

It is a marvelous opportunity to be honored as the representative for the Dallas Fort Worth Chapter.  I have a long history with the chapter, including being the first president of the chapter when it was organized in 1988.  Now as a Lifetime Member of the Clark Atlanta University Alumni Association, Inc. I am proud to be able to be a supporter to champion the continuing success of the university,  my community and society at large.  CAU combined mottoes are just as pertinent today as they were 25 years ago: “Culture for Service” and “I’ll find a way or make one!”

CAU Alumni Association welcomes Dr. Dennis Kimbro

CAU Alumni Association welcomes Dr. Dennis Kimbro

We are pleased to have the guidance and support of Dr. Dennis Kimbro, a current CAU faculty member in the School of Business.    He is also the best-selling author of five books, writing partner and master trainer for the prestigious Napoleon Hill Foundation. He is a recipient of the Dale Carnegie Personal Achievement award.  Dr. Kimbro recorded this radio spot in support of our national campaign, “Opportunity Starts At Home.”  For more about Dr. Kimbro visit his website here.