Women are born artists.Over a lifetime, we create the art that is our insides and outsides. In other words, we are forever a work in progress. I, too, am still growing every day. Many ideas that have been written in these following columns have been updated in my mind since I’ve written them. So please do not take these words to be 100% true. Instead, sit back, relax, and flip through the pages thinking of them as new ways of viewing the world. But one thing is true. These words speak what I honestly felt at the time of writing, and there are no lies to that.By the time you finish reading this book, you’re sure to have gained freedom and courage through realizing just how wonderful it is to be a woman.
Column 1. Embracing My Divorce
Column 2. How to Become the Kind of Woman You Want to Be
Column 3. How My World Changed Since I Learned to Recognize Fake Positivity
Column 4. What Beauty Means to Me
Column 5. Happiness Isn’t Given; You Create Your Own and Share It
Column 6. A Magical Way to Keep From Being Irritated at Your Boyfriend
Column 7. What to Do Before Having a Boyfriend
Column 8. Toughness for Boys, Charm for Girls! An Easy Way to Train Your Charm Daily
Column 9. The Different Between Beautiful People Who Leave an Impression and Those Who Don’t
Column 10. A Thought -provoking Line from the Movie "The Theory of Everything"
Column 11. Our Family Mottoes
Column 12. The Miracle of Regaining Eyesight in a Month
Column 13. The Answer Within Us
Column 14. What I Learned from the Worst Date Ever
Column 15. Be a Vivid Memory-Maker
Column 16. Overcoming My Alcohol Dependency by Learning How to Lean on Others
Column 17. To Live for Work or for Love
Column 18. What Would You Do if You Found Cash?
Column 19. Words That Changed the Mind of My Mother Who Wanted Me to Remarry
Column 20. Embracing My Divorce -Revisited
Column 21. A Poem for Girls in Their Twenties
About the Author;
Born in 1980. Graduated from University of the Sacred Heart. Her motto is creating a society full of beautiful women inside and out with a free choice of self-fulfillment and childcare. She started her own business at the age of 28 of Japan’s first babysitting company that hires university students. She taught 80 female students how to babysit and trained them to become reliable babysitters. Through her experience with her clientele of over 300 children and 200 mothers, she realized how the confidence of mothers and students (future mothers) had concerning their looks and the smiles they wore bore an important role in creating a strong social foundation. In 2011, Ms. Uemura established BeautiQ, an innovative quick-stop beauty salon that answered to the needs of mothers and working women who were unsatisfied with the prices and durations of the predominant beauty salon business. She also started a franchise as the first ever nose hair epilation service. Ms. Uemura started a blog to attract customers. Her blogs are not just about beauty, but they are centered on women’s ways of life and essential ways of thinking.Ms. Uemura’s business judgments are based on whether she and the people around her can be beautiful. She also holds lectures on beauty and management.