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The Longer I Live, the More Beautiful Life Becomes!

Uncategorized / September 3, 2021

The Longer I Live, the More Beautiful Life Becomes!

I thought we would start off the September EVOLV Newsletter with this positive and amazing quote from the amazing Frank Lloyd Wright for a couple of reasons…. and it’s not just the fact that we do share the same first name! But we will get to that thought and the reasons for the quote in a minute.

EVOLV Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetics is excited to let all our patients and friends know that after nearly 2 years of planning, research, writing, and fretting, we are launching our new website this week… and it just so happens to be on my birthday, Thursday, September 9.

There are several reasons that we would like to share as to why we are so excited about our new site.

  • The rapid development of new technology in aesthetic products, services, and treatments is more than quite amazing. At EVOLV, we love science and education. With the new site, we wanted to update as well as inform everyone about these exciting advances and new options in achieving more comprehensive and balanced outcomes that are affordable and safe for any interested patient.
  • The updated and new content in our website launching this week has been a labor of love for over the past 2 years and is a great resource for anyone interested in learning about all the exciting and evolving options in aesthetic care. The information is state-of-the-art and includes many new and improved topics and is a wonderful and convenient option for education.
  • One of the many exciting features in the new EVOLV website will be the online store. We hope many patients will enjoy the option of ordering their medical skincare and other aesthetic products directly from the website and then shipped to you. In addition, some service and treatment procedures will also be available to reserve with your favorite EVOLV professional provider directly through the online store which can be a significant convenience.

The other announcement, in addition to the new EVOLV Website launch this Thursday, September 9, is that this day also happens to be my birthday…. and yes, I’m turning 70…YIKES! I will admit that I have been more than intimidated by that number, but I have decided to stand and fight rather than run from it. If what Walt Disney once said about aging is true, that ‘growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional,’ then there is hope for me yet! After all, I really am a kid at heart, so I guess I will have to run with that thought. Besides, how old would I be if I really didn’t know how old I am?

Rather than focus on that more than the intimidating number of years that I have put in, I have decided to embrace the fact that I am more than blessed to be doing what I love with my professional life. What could be a greater gift than having the opportunity to improve the quality of life for another? Whether it is a cancer patient or someone who dreams of an aesthetic improvement, working to change someone’s life for the better is a magical and amazing privilege and one that I am so fortunate in which to be involved. The other exceptional blessing is to be lucky enough to work with a very special group of professionals, nurses, aestheticians, and business staff that are so talented and dedicated and considered to be close friends.

I hope everyone and their families had a wonderful summer. We are kicking off the fall season with a very special new website and birthday, so we invite all of you to join us in the fun and excitement!

It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.