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Holistically Hot Manifesto

by Marissa on December 11, 2014

A lot of people ask me what it means to be “holistically hot”

My explanation always goes something like this: taking care of yourself and feeling fantastic about how you look and live your life without starvation, juice cleanses, plastic surgery and all that other non-sense. 

Then, I was challenged to write a manifesto for my business and well, I think this sums up Holistically Hot perfectly. 

What do you think? Are you Holistically Hot? 

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