Modern-Day Nostradamus Gerald Celente Predicts Individualistic Elegance for 2010

The Elegant Survival theme, as I have promoted since 2006 here on the web, was noticed by reader Gerald Celente, who mentions it in his 2010 predictions on Fox News. The transcript is a bit muddled, so it is best to watch the video. On the George Noory Coast to Coast a.m. radio show, Mr. Celente predicted a return to making one’s own elegant clothing with retro patterns. Thanks for reading Elegant Survival, Gerald!

©M-J de Mesterton 2010

Spring 2010 Ideas

Low-Carbohydrate Nut Thins and Almond Breeze by Blue Diamond of California

A Classic Dress Never Goes Out of Style

Posted by editormj on February 21, 2010

Baking Soda for Your Health

Posted by editormj on February 21, 2010

Dr Joseph Mercola explains that bicarbonate of soda was used to add alkalinity to one’s blood during the early part of the 20th century when the first swine flu epidemic raged. Those who took regular doses of baking soda in water were rarely infected with the disease.

Elegant, Classic English Coats

Posted by editormj on February 16, 2010

Elegant Jungle Roses for Breast Cancer Survivors

Posted by editormj on February 9, 2010

Inspired by her own fight with breast cancer, Londy Child, the owner of the very elegant company, Jungle Roses, developed the “Pink in the Jungle” rose package designed to be sent to breast cancer survivors, fighters and those who love them. It includes one dozen special light pink roses, a tiny pink ribbon charm with Swarvosky crystals and a pink ribbon decal on the outside of the box.  Profits from this special package will be donated to cancer care and research.  You can read about Ms. Child’s experiences in treatment and as a survivor in her blog at

Jungle Roses: “Pink in the Jungle”, the Perfect Gift for an Elegant Survivor

Elegant Côtes du Rhône Wine

Posted by editormj on February 9, 2010