Living the Fabulous Life

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It’s no secret that most modern women lead ridiculously full lives; we work; we are mothers, daughters, sisters, and best friends. We entertain, we cook (well, some of us), we clean, and we attend to the financial housekeeping to keep it all in order. And eventually we visit the spa or salon to take some time for us. Eventually.

It’s a full agenda, no doubt, and sometimes too much to keep on top of given the constant demands. Despite wanting to be Supermom and a professional powerhouse, women have realized that having it all can be a little difficult—and feeling and looking fabulous? Well, sometimes that just has to fall by the wayside. The solution? A lifestyle coach, just the thing to bring back the fabulousness—for good.

If anybody can make one feel and look fabulous across the board it’s Andrea Warshaw-Wernick. Her business, Fabulous at 60… Fabulous at Any Age! (, helps women make the most of their lives, throughout their lives. A resident of Wainscott and Manhattan, she is the authority and true-life changer who can help women achieve the goals they’ve always dreamed of but never realized. One might call her an empowerment expert! Launched this February, Fabulous at 60 was established to guide and advise today’s woman on being fabulous in the second chapter of her life. Through coaching sessions, Andrea shows them how to bring each aspect of their life together to make that second chapter the most productive one yet. And at the age of 64, she is living proof that the best truly is yet to come.

Unlike many women, Warshaw-Wernick willingly reveals her age. Being in great health and physical condition has helped her to truly feel 20 years younger, and to look it too. She is testament to all the she espouses:  Warshaw-Wernick works out daily, follows a healthy diet filled with protein and vegetables (the Weight Watchers plan she learned years ago, which she has stuck to ever since), limits her alcohol intake, and generally stays super active and upbeat. As the ultimate expert on her generation, her time-tested secrets, boundless energy, and contagious can-do attitude could change anybody’s life. On her website, Warshaw-Wernick interviews professionals of every sort whom women can also turn to for advice, from financial experts to fitness coaches to wellness gurus to leading career counseling professionals. Her “Dream Team” can help one manage everything from their household budget to their climb up the corporate ladder.

Being fabulous doesn’t mean merely whiling away the hours lunching with the ladies; it means taking control, charting one’s destiny, and living a balanced life. We’ve all got a lot of living to do!

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