If you read the print version of the magazine each week you’ve noticed by now that our format has shifted to that of a monthly woman’s fashion magazine – served up weekly.
The process of evolving into a more fashionable, interview and photo shoot packed magazine is super exciting – but has also been equally time-consuming. Thank goodness I’m an adept multi-tasker.
Yesterday I had a meeting with Kevin Seldon regarding Causecast.com, an innovative philanthropic endeavor that has garnered interest and involvement from celebs such as Jennifer Lopez and Jenny McCarthy before it’s even officially launched! We were both a bit late so we’d run out of time to talk before my next meeting, trying out a Power Plate workout at the new Core London in residence at Thompson Beverly Hills. The Power Plate Vibration training has long been popular with Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow and I couldn’t wait to try the 25-minute full-body workout myself – in hopes of walking out looking like I had Gwyneth’s toned arms.
Kevin walked me up to the studio and the lovely ladies from Core London offered to let him join in the workout so we could continue our meeting – while lunging and crunching on the vibrating plate. The Core London women the unusual fitness machine is an efficient way to build core strength, tone, reduce the appearance of cellulite, build muscle and bone density, increase metabolism, and lower stress levels. They also said, ‘It seems so easy you could do it in heels with a glass of champagne.”
Oh, really? Since they suggested it, that’s what I did indeed…After a proper 25 minute workout, of course.
The session left me so refreshed I made it to Halcyon Group’s Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek’s midnight after after party for the film they produced “Terminator: Salvation” at Cecconi’s 😉 xo