hey y’all! scroll down to see the evolution of heather locklear gracing the cover of shape magazine! ms. locklear first appeared in sept ’84, then dec ’88, followed by oct ’90 and today she lands the feb ’07 cover! she still looks great over twenty years later (yeah photoshop doesn’t hurt but that’s a give in with stuff like this) i’ve always been on ‘team heather’ (since her days of ‘tj hooker’ and ‘dynasty’) and i’m glad she has managed to stay super positive & upbeat after all the drama she endured last year (oh that sneaky denise richards) below you will also find some of heather’s rules to staying sane & healthy! popbytes over & out for now…xxoo!
“i look at these covers (1984, 1988, and 1990) now and think, wow, nice body.” “i may be “of a certain age…i feel more confident about myself now than i did 20 years ago. and i can honestly say i look better today.”
heather’s rule #2: work out even when you don’t feel like it!
“there are times when i feel lazy and just want to staying bed all day…but i know that working out is the best way to get those endorphins going, which will make me feel better, which will make me feel better emotionally and physically.”
“to help me stay positive at 7 a.m. while i’m putting on my gym clothes, i say things like, ‘oh lunges! i love lunges! let’s do another set!'”
heather’s rule #3: listen to your kids
“ava’s a great eater. (heather’s daughter) she only eat things like fruits and vegetable and sushi – no junk food…it’s ironic because i want to set a good example for her with my eating habits, and she’s the one who’s helping me!”
heather’s rule #5: keep your friends closer
“it’s my girlfriends who lift me up when i need it the most.”
heather’s rule #7: take time to pamper yourself
“i’ve learned it’s really important to make time for me.”
heather’s rule #9: dance on tables! (advice from her mother)
“neither of us remembers why she said it, but the message was to enjoy life and have fun. and boy, did i have fun! my priorities have changed as i’ve gotten older. i still want to have fun, but now that philosophy translates to good health, good friends, good food, and good roles.”
heather’s rule #10: always be grateful for what you have
“this is my second chapter. it’s my chance to focus on ava, on myself and on what i want to do. the thing i’ve learned in my 40s is that when you look out your window, you have to look past the windowsills. there is life beyond my little home.”