CarolAnn Tutera is working to help an older demographic come full circle to a life filled with Health and Love. She has been inspired by her patients and peers on the challenges they face aging. We are a generation of love who now spends a lot of time worrying about aging and not loving ourselves. Clearing a path that helps people navigate aging is difficult as candidly its such a personal experience. Everyone ages differently but the commonality is that we all age better when we focus on the following:
Pro Active Approach to Health
Positive Perspective and Active Thinking
Staying Active means doing something everyday to keep your body working. It does not mean marathon running if that’s not your thing – but do something you enjoy.
Be proactive to your health and become your own advocate. Don’t accept aging as an excuse to failing health or energy.
Keep your mind active and perspective positive. Your body has and is changing but that is all part of the great experience of life. Our energy and positive thoughts become contagious and we can be anything we want at any age.
Fall in love with yourself. Look and marvel in the wisdom you have gained and wear any wrinkle as a badge if honor for getting this far in life. CarolAnn is working passionately to help others see the amazing possibilities after 50 instead of being limited by outdated social or cultural norms or standards.
What recommendations do you have for this amazing generation of love?
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CAROLANN TUTERA SELECTED FOR INCLUSION IN THE TRADEMARK WOMEN OF DISTINCTION 2019 HONORS
Carolann Tutera has been selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition for demonstrating dedication, leadership and professional excellence. Her compassion and expertise set the standard in the industry. She has truly dedicated herself to her profession. Representing the state as one of the best in the country requires talent, experience and integrity. There is humility and personal touch she adds to her relationship with everyone she does business with, more than the value of her service it’s her way of treating everyone like an extended member of her own family that people remember the most. As a talented disciplined professional she has maintained a proven track record of quality service, driven by her desire to succeed. During the vetting process it was noted along with her exceptional reputation that she has also maintained a positive peer rating. Her years of service along with her level of expertise and several other factors also contributed to her inclusion. She prides herself on honesty and integrity. She is the kind of professional admired by colleagues and peers alike. Her kindness and willingness to always help others and find solutions to most questions is both exemplary and honorable. She has made her mark on her profession as an expert and will become part of history as one of the top professionals in her field. She is the kind of professional that is not only successful in her field but making her an influencer online. Her recent contributions are creating a media outlet called SottoPelle Lifestyle to help others age gracefully and authentically. She also can be heard interviewing other influencers and notable figures in various fields on her podcast Adventures in Aging on iTunes.
About Trademark Women of Distinction
With expert female members representing every major industry, Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition is a trusted resource and tool dedicated to highlight the professional accomplishments and stories of today’s best and brightest women in business. Trademark Women of Distinction is dedicated to the preservation of each individual females story as each of them deserve their own special place in history. The talented women profiled in this historic registry share such virtues as determination, courage, leadership, patience, and discipline. It is not these characteristics which set them apart from the rest of us, but their extremely high degree of accomplishment as female professionals. Now more than ever these females serve as an example, each of these extraordinary women documented in this publication offer tangible evidence of the value of hard work, goal setting and passion. Trademark Women of Distinction membership provides these hard working accomplished women with a certified and validated third-party endorsement of their accomplishments, and serves as a way to spread the word about their success through a trusted network of women brought together by the same common morals, values and dedication. The historic preservation of each woman’s family legacy and personal achievements is also a driving force in the success of the publication. Such a well-researched and verified source ensures this tool to act as a bridge forging long lasting new business relationships.
00adminhttps://www.sottopelletherapy.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/l3-sottopelle-therapy.pngadmin2019-09-24 08:00:082019-09-24 08:00:08TRADEMARK WOMEN OF DISTINCTION 2019 HONORS
Our emotional, physical and spiritual balance are all related to the law of biology and physics. After being widowed, I found myself in state of change, flux and moving. In the past, I moved for very different reasons, but now my moves are physically, emotionally and spiritually all driven by forces within my control and in directions that I never anticipated. The need to change my surroundings and home were motivated by a need to heal and move forward with my life.
The First Law of Motion states, “A body at rest will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in motion unless it is acted upon by an external force.” This simply means that things cannot start, stop, or change direction all by themselves. It takes some force acting on them from the outside to cause such a change.
New views and perspectives allow for great positive energy and opportunities. Each new move provides a wealth of experience on what works best when moving and when it is time to hide on the closest couch and let the troops take over. Look how I match my workout clothes with my couch without thought!
As in decorating, moving and re-establishing your home has a lot to do with details.
I love the pretty details.
Some tips on things to avoid when moving:
Don’t stress the small things! It all works out in the end
Don’t try to do it all in a day by yourself!
Drink plenty of water and take breaks to eat! It’s important to keep yourself hydrated and energized.
Don’t wait until the last day to start packing!
Some tips on musts when moving:
Call all your utility companies 2 weeks in advance to change over to your name
Ask for help! It’s okay to give yourself permission to have many people help you move in and out! The more the merrier! You will physically feel better in the end!
Use plastic container tubs and label them well! Stronger and easier to pick up over boxes.
Have someone come in before the movers and add in white light bulbs, motion sensors in rooms and large storage racks! Find yourself a great handyman!
Start packing up weeks in advance, one room at a time! Finish one room, move onto the next!
Finally, when it’s all said and done – take a day get a Mani-Pedi and regroup your energy for your new home! Light a candle and take a tub at the end of the day! Feel the energy of your new home soaking in!
Enjoy your new surroundings!
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Some things are said so often we tend not to listen. When it comes to exercise it’s important to pay attention and participate.
My mother has been telling me for years how important it is to stay fit and active as we age. She’s going strong at 90, working out with a trainer 3x’s a week so there must be some truth in that! Lately, the information she tells me now is more about lifting weights as I am aging. “Carol, she says, keep up on your body strength, its important so you can get out of chairs and lift simple items!”
Exercise as a healthy part of your life is an absolute, but the importance of it increases as we age. There are so many studies that support improved quality of life and longevity with regular continued exercise.
I have been a gym rat most my adult life. I saw my mother take up running at an early age and thought: Wow what a great role model I should be doing that too! So I ran and ran and ran. I found my mind going places I didn’t know existed. I was hooked on the high from exercise! For me its more about getting in touch on another level with myself and spirit. Over the years I have changed up how and what I do to stay fit. For others, it won’t be the same for them.
People often ask me: “What if I have never exercised”?
I say: It’s never too late to start. Take small steps and get moving.
This is my time. I dedicate it to my health and spirituality. Beyond the health benefits of a brisk walk each day or doing some weights, I find it a great time to think and focus on myself and my growth. Even a walk out the door 1st thing for 15 minutes is a good starting point.
For me, it’s a quiet meditative walk each morning or a quick stop at the gym. I don’t worry about my hair, makeup or clothes – I am there for ME!!
Of course, there are times where I am unmotivated to go exercise. But, each day is a new opportunity to get out and get it done. I don’t dwell on my failures to not exercise but on my successes when I do finish a great workout.
I try to be consistent in healthy activities and in my lifestyle. After my recent whirlwind of packing, traveling and moving all while working – exercise seems like the last thing to do.
But, I must keep going. For me, its more about moving & breathing. I give myself permission to do a shorter work out when I am tired and un-wanting to get out the door. When I get home I realize how great that felt and happy I got out, even for a shorter amount of time than usual. It’s all about trying.
Finding activities that you enjoy like swimming, bicycling, yoga, or golf are great ways to keep active. Finding someone to do it with, is even better. Often we will go to support someone at the gym before we do it just for ourselves. Whatever the motivation or intent – the sense of accomplishment in keeping active pays off in big ways.
Consistent time at the gym or doing your favorite activity even for 10 -20 mins a day will help keep you healthier. The sudden focus on exercise for folks over 50 is not a coincidence as “the aging population keeps increasing, more and more older people are recognizing a growing need for exercise in their lives. Maintaining an active lifestyle is crucial for sustaining health and happiness. Exercise can help older adults achieve a higher quality of life, and it can help them live longer as well.”
The bottom line:
“Exercising may even have the potential to increase lifespan, and three hours of exercise each week could possibly extend a person’s life by five years.”
Get Involved with educating and eradicating misconceptions about aging.
SottoPelle Therapy has and is dedicated to helping people find balance in their life. Hormonal balance is a critical and foundational component of healthy aging but there are many other aspects for aging gracefully. Our newest website – SottoPelle Lifestyle supports our mission to educate, entertain, and eradicate misconceptions about aging while highlighting various influencers that support the values of authentic aging and a healthy lifestyle. We hope you find the site interesting with informative programs that support the improvement of health and well being of aging adults. On the site, you will see some of our influencers with advice on fitness, nutrition, care-giving, style and more. Our own authentic aging ambassador and influencer CarolAnn Tutera will be hosting a podcast to discuss important topics to nurture a balanced and healthy lifestyle. One such example of an interesting program is the NYU Aging Incubator.
“The percentage of the world population aged 65 or over is expected to double by 2050. This presents enormous challenges to: health care, the labor force, and the financial health of key institutions, amongst others. The NYU Aging Incubator was established in 2016-17 as a university-wide initiative bringing together faculty and students from across the University from all disciplines who are involved in the study of aging and its impacts. It is hoped that the NYU Aging Incubator will be the resource for the NYU community to find information on research, educational activities, events, and services for the aging community and provide support for the development of innovative and interdisciplinary research, policy and educational endeavors, to improve the health and well-being of older adults.