Believing, The Handbook of Beauty and Fitness written by Morgan Rollins is the ultimate, inspirational in-depth concept of beauty, fitness, and weight loss shared by a two-time beauty queen. This interpretation, and sharing of personal knowledge of what works best for the author is a collection of provocative, simple to follow techniques derived from experience, and expertise involving her Environmental Engineering prowess.
Powerhouse information is conveyed in a total package of head to toe beauty, and fitness. Among the areas covered are: Everything you may need to know concerning facial skin, makeup, teeth whitening, facial exercises, perfume, overall healthy skin, instant tightening, tanning, feet/toe nail care and color, hand/nail care, and condition, color chart, how to achieve/maintain beautiful hair, the best weight loss/maintenance advice without going hungry while stressing health and nutrition, personal attitude projection, the head to toe workout program that really works and why, and secrets of having the instant perfect body.
Many visual graphics are displayed such as: figures, charts, and photographs, generating quick and easy to follow advice. Most importantly, Believing contains many short meaningful, yet witty anecdotes reflecting Morgan's very personal, and spiritual belief in God, and the greatest of beauty, and blessings, love.
Morgan Rollins, author of Believing, The Handbook of Beauty and Fitness has been married to her sweetheart for nearly 23 years. Their home, along with their two teenage sons lies in the wild and scenic mountains of southern West Virginia.
An avid lover of nature, Morgan has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with an emphasis on the environment, and chemistry. Working well over a decade as an Environmental Permitting/Design Specialist engineer with the Bituminous Coal Mining Industry, presented her a wonderful opportunity to articulate this love. In addition, although her career has been stressful and hectic, a true respect for working in or outside the home, and juggling the rest of life has progressed.
This progression, along with having been crowned with two former state pageant titles (including a MRS. WV) inspired the idea of logically compiling both beauty and fitness information. Knowing firsthand that it is difficult to feel glamorous, let alone attractive when covered in coal refuse and dust is the reason the most important part of her life is revealed within this book.
That being her love of God, and acknowledging that she rarely is "fine-looking", but her beauty lies within her soul. Nonetheless, society mandates our personal appearance and well being is important to us, thus Morgan shares the pages of what has worked for her, making beauty and fitness less expensive, and hectic.