Monthly archives: July 2015

Sand, Pool, Sun & Fun! What has My Remarkable Self been up to?

Posted on General July 31, 2015 by Mary George


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My Remarkable Self ™ was excited to bring our program to over several hundred Westchester County girls through Next Level Day Camp this summer.

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We worked on:


using many of our fun projects and activities to promote character, sense of self, confidence and team building skills all while having a blast!


As you are figuring out your daughter’s schedule for the fall, please consider our unique classes. Help prepare our children by giving them the tools and information necessary to empower themselves and navigate the world that we live in today.

We have an exciting line up of programs and classes for the FALL.  Look out for our classes:

Rye, NY:

Milton elementary on Monday afternoons

Midland elementary – throughout the week at lunchtime

Osborn elementary – Thursdays at lunchtime

Rye Recreation free standing classes on specific topics throughout the semester

Mount Pleasant, SC:

Mount Pleasant Recreation Department in 6 week sessions beginning this fall continuing through next spring on Mondays from 4:00 – 5:00pm at the Darby Building. Each 6 week session will explore different topics. Sign up NOW – Mount Pleasant Recreation-Youth Programs.


To learn more about our program please go to Feel free to contact us with any questions at


Celebrating women of every age & ethnicity

Posted on Affirmation, General, Self-Esteem July 22, 2015 by Mary George

We cannot help but share this incredible compliation of photographs by Alyscia Cunningham. She recently published Feminine Transitions, a photography book that highlights unaltered portraits of women of all ages and ethnicities coupled with beautiful, empowering words. In a recent article in the Huffington Post, Unretouched Portraits Illustrate 19 Bare, Bold And Beautiful Women, Cunningham said, ‘”I yearned to create something that actually celebrated girls and women in their natural state. It is my hope that this series empowers little girls to know they are beautiful just as they are.” With a broader message that “liberates aging women from hiding behind their make-up and hair color and reminds every senior woman who feels that her wrinkles are a negative reminder of growing older, that each line is a story map of her soul and her wisdom.”’

Check out the Feminine Transitions Facebook page to see Cunningham’s continued project celebrating beautiful, natural women.