Now is the perfect time to reinvent yourself. Let go of the guilt and prioritize yourself for once! Here are the five ways to make the most impact on your health and beauty.Your WeightMy entire life has been a struggle with weight. I like chocolate, french fries and late night pizza. In my 40s, I have discovered that you must increase your exercise regimen and decrease your food intake unless you are genetically blessed.This is so much easier said than done, but you have to find a way to change your habits. Drink water, skip the soda—even diet soda!  Sugar-free gum has become a best friend, along with my trainer and a great deal of willpower. My family history of high blood pressure and diabetes haunts me, and these are clubs I do not want to join. I exercise seven days a week obsessively and at 5’6” am 133 pounds wanting to be 120. I am sort of at peace, but not really. At a size 4 or 6 I know I need to calm down. But I will not!Your FaceIt’s not vain or silly to want to freshen up your face. If you don’t know how to start, consult a board-certified dermatologist. The best time to fight frown lines, hair on the chin, dark circles and a sagging face is early. Simple techniques like not rubbing your eyes, wearing an SPF 30 sunscreen daily, not losing and gaining a lot of weight constantly and using moisturizers, anti-aging serums, lasers for hair removal or a little Botox Cosmetic can go a long way. Fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse and Sculptra) add volume to a sagging face and can make one look years younger.Understand that one person’s face ages very differently from the next. Focus on your strengths in your physical appearance and highlight them. And get more sleep—you’ll feel and look better rested.Your StyleUpdate yourself so you’re only wearing clothes that flatter your body. Mercilessly get rid of anything that doesn’t make you feel fabulous. If the outfit does not fit, do not wear it! If you cannot be objective seek help from a stylist, or just an honest friend. Go through your closet once every six months and give extra things to Goodwill, or sell them for extra cash! Concentrate on looking classic and timeless, not trendy, which can quickly become out of date.Your HealthUse your resources, if you have them. There are millions of Americans who have health insurance but never visit their doctors. We doctors are not so bad and we can and will keep your body fine tuned. Routine check ups are essential from your internal medicine doctor, your cardiologist, your dermatologist, your opthamologist, and your ob-gyn, among others. And for Pete’s sake (and your own sake) if you smoke, QUIT! I recommend acupuncture, hypnosis, the nicotine patch and Chantrix or Wellbutrin to help stop smoking.  Exercise at least four days a week with weights and cardio for at least 45 minutes. Like Nike says, “Just do it”. Exercise boosts your circulation, your mood and your agility. It helps to control your blood pressure and your weight.Your SpiritWe ignore this aspect of ourselves as it is difficult to quantify. This is a challenge, and an area in which many feel a void. Read books, speak to trusted friends, learn how to meditate, pray and check out different religious venues. Always remember that faith/religion can be an area that can enhance your energy and your life force. Also remember to be careful so you are not taken advantage of by false prophets and bad people. Your life path should offer meaning, purpose and peace. Everyone deserves to find these things. The bottom line is that you need to make yourself a priority. Volunteer for the charity of your choice. Charitable giving enhances your life and the lives of others. Give back.QUIZ: What Hobby Will Bring Meaning to Your Life?