Mandy Moore has launched a new website that aims to help women balance their lives by sharing stories to inspire and motivate other women to manage their lives better.
Has recorded five albums, starred in several films and television series during her career in the entertainment industry, Mandy Moore is lending hand to help launched a new Website that aims to help women balance their lives by sharing stories to inspire and motivate other women to manage their lives better. The Website, uPumpItUp.com, is owned by Kraft Foods, the largest food and beverage company headquartered in North America.
Moore, who is pointed to serve as a spokesperson for the project, explained "UPumpItUp.com is specifically designed to help women truly better themselves, as opposed to just learning how to dress better or lose more weight. It's a place where women can visit when they need some 'me time' - and not feel guilty about it. Women will feel celebrated and rewarded, and I'm honored to be part of this endeavor."
Is specifically designed for women through which they may improve their day-to-day lives, uPumpItUp.com offers tips and encouragement in four wellness categories which are Connect, Express, Inspire and Explore, with a specific expert overseeing each section.
In addition, the site also enables women to get tips on making savvy wardrobe choices from fashion expert Bobbie Thomas, knowledge on planning get-together and outings from social expert Erika Lenkert, ideas on staying fit and balanced from celebrity yoga instructor Mandy Ingber, and suggestions on exploring the world and trying new things from journalist Cynne Simpson.
Has already used the site's message of self-empowerment to confront one of her own fears which is going on vacation alone, Moore revealed "I was always kind of terrified of going on vacation alone. That thought really scared me, but I wanted to push that bruise and do it anyway. I ended up having the most incredible time. It was so peaceful, not having to answer to anyone or take anybody else's opinions into account."