I just wanted to say hi and let you know I am still doing the exercises almost every evening. I think it’s been about two years now, if I’m not mistaken.
It’s kind of routine now that people assume I am 15 or 20 years younger than I am. This is sometimes embarrassing in a way. People in their early forties think I am their age peer, and flat out don’t believe me when I refer to things that happened long before they were born. I guess I’ll just have to get used to it.
I look too young! Oh my, what a problem.
I do like the way I look, it’s certainly a plus, but I find that I’m doing the exercises mainly as a way to relax the tension out of my face at the end of the day. My face just doesn’t feel right unless I work those muscles. The program is wonderful. I hope a lot of people tell you that.
I saw you on YouTube, and I went, That’s my teacher! I was so proud.
Here’s an update on my progress:
I finally took your advice after two years, and started doing the exercises lying down, first thing in the morning. I put the Pacing CD in my computer in the bedroom. The Pacing CD moves along much faster than I would on my own, so I actually do finish in 15 minutes. Also I’m working the neck and throat area harder, I can feel it. The new exercises you suggested seem to be helping that sag under the jaw line at either side. I’ve just added them in to the end of the routine.
I’m still being mistaken for a younger person. All the time. It’s still mildly embarrassing. I guess I’ll have to live with it.
I hope you’re having a great day, and I hope lots of people are telling you what great work you do.