Marjorie Hope Rothstein

Author
Marjorie Rothstein

Credentials: Certification

Institution: UCLA

Certification: Journalist

Certification Year: 1990

Institution: UCLA

Graduated: 1990

I am a professional LifeStylist and assist my clients in all aspects of fine living including interior design. After 30 years of research, I expanded my design business to include all aspects of fine living, with a holistic approach to lifestyle, as well as becoming Longevity Expert affiliated with http://www.marjorie.SimplyYoung.com, whole, plant evidence based, organic superfoods. My passion is exploring the latest leading edge breakthroughs on becoming ageless. I am a spa trends specialist and boomer consumer expert with a penchant for researching the best quality for the best value in healing modalities with a focus on self-care. I consult with my clients in finding and implementing lifestyle changes that will enhance the quality of their lives, uplift and inspire to live their best life now. From online personal coaching to up close and personal interviews, I asses their needs and am able to direct them to the latest and most effective methods for living a quality lifestyle. I have several columns including huffingtonpost.com and livethe5starlife.com, beauty4thesoul.com

Areas of Specialty

Career Counseling

Life Coaching

Positivity

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Spirituality

Success Coaching

Weight Loss

Other

Articles Marjorie has Published
The Golden Door Glow: Leave the Rest of
The Golden Door Glow: Leave the Rest of the World Behind

It was a magnificently sunny southern California Sunday in October, on the eve of the second presidential debate. Tension was mounting and the news increasingly hunting for more turmoil, especially with »

It was a magnificently sunny southern California Sunday in October, on the eve of the second presidential debate. Tension was mounting and the news increasingly hunting for more turmoil, especially with the severe storms on the east coast. With unrelenting fever, the pressure was on and many were feeling the impending doom. Some were also experiencing a feeling of excitement in the air, a certain knowing..

Marjorie Rothstein · March 6th, 2017

Marjorie Rothstein · March 6th, 2017

The Quest For “My Beautiful Bare Skin”
The Quest For “My Beautiful Bare Skin”

Looking back from the other side of sixty, remembering the days when waking up in the morning was an exciting adventure. Today it is a variety of experiences depending upon the quality of my sleep and »

Looking back from the other side of sixty, remembering the days when waking up in the morning was an exciting adventure. Today it is a variety of experiences depending upon the quality of my sleep and what is happening on the inside as well as the outside. Gone are the good ol' days when jumping out of bed, raring to start the day with a quick shower, makeup, suiting up with stockings, pumps and a..

Marjorie Rothstein · December 18th, 2016

Marjorie Rothstein · December 18th, 2016

Through the Golden Doors to Enchantment
Through the Golden Doors to Enchantment

Once You Pass Through The Golden Doors,You Can Leave the Rest of the World Behind It's a magnificently sunny Sunday in October, on the eve of the second presidential debate. One can feel the tension mounting »

Once You Pass Through The Golden Doors,You Can Leave the Rest of the World Behind It's a magnificently sunny Sunday in October, on the eve of the second presidential debate. One can feel the tension mounting and the news increasingly hunting for more turmoil, especially with the severe storms on the east coast. With unrelenting fever, the pressure is on and many of us are feeling the impending doom...

Marjorie Rothstein · October 28th, 2016

Marjorie Rothstein · October 28th, 2016

The Future of Healthcare Is SELF-CARE And The
The Future of Healthcare Is SELF-CARE And The Future is Now

As a boomer, it has become evident that the only way to remain healthy in this toxic world is to take responsibility for my own health. I confess, sometimes I enjoy over indulging in some of the sinful »

As a boomer, it has become evident that the only way to remain healthy in this toxic world is to take responsibility for my own health. I confess, sometimes I enjoy over indulging in some of the sinful stuff, like too many glasses of red wine, or a mindless binge on organic chips and salsa at my favorite Mexican cafe. However, I must also admit it may be considered healthy, but when you're not mindful..

Marjorie Rothstein · April 29th, 2016

Marjorie Rothstein · April 29th, 2016