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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Getting Your Winter Skincare Routine Right

Winter can be hard in many different ways. Few of us enjoy being cold or having to spend more on keeping our homes warm. You might face costly repairs at home or weather damage. Most of us suffer from winter coughs, colds and stomach bugs throughout the season. You might also have problems with dry skin, spots, red patches and sore lips and nose. 

But winter isn’t all bad. There’s plenty to look forward to. You also might enjoy getting cozy at home with hot chocolates, soft furnishings and chunky knits. So, let’s take a look at some ways to improve your winter skincare routine so that sore skin doesn’t ruin the season for you. 

Take Care of Your Makeup



Wednesday, October 30, 2019

3 Simple Healthy Eating Tips For Your Children


There’s a huge amount of nutritional advice out there for when it comes to your children; sometimes it can get a little confusing to know what’s best. Each parent will have different beliefs and methods, and it’s all about deciding what works best for you as a family. Ultimately, our diets as children will often affect our eating habits as adults, so it’s a good idea to encourage healthy habits early on. 

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

How Self-Care Is Vital to Overall Wellness



Women can lose themselves in the busyness of life. The demands of work or home life can push your personal needs to the sidelines. 

But as the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) puts it, caring for yourself is the best and most sustainable way to care for the people that matter to you the most. 

The Burnout Cure author Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks defines self-care as attending to the different aspects of your life that contribute to overall wellness, which according to the National Wellness Institute, is made up of six dimensions: the physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, occupational, and social aspects of life. 

Meanwhile, Dr. Shainna Ali, who wrote the Self-Love Workbook, says that maintaining wellness is an ongoing process that includes a variety of tasks that can be different from one person to the other. 

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Shocking Shopping: Spotting Fake Goods When Buying Online

red-labeled amber glass tub on a box

It’s no secret that some people don’t want to earn their way fairly or honestly. Instead, there are plenty of people in the world who are happy to lie, cheat, and scam their way to the top, ignoring the trail of victims left in their wake. With the world of online shopping booming, it’s only getting easier for tricks to be pulled when you’re buying goods, and a lot of people are getting burned. So, to help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the most commonly faked goods, giving you the chance to spot them before you complete your order.

Monday, October 7, 2019

4 Beauty Essentials to Transition to Fall

As fall officially starts, it’s time to refresh and renew from the damage the summer can bring. Try these essentials from Goldwell, Smashbox, MOON Oral Care and Sun Bum to seamlessly transition into fall. {Product provided for review/feature consideration}





Friday, October 4, 2019

5 Ways To Make Your Moving Experience Fun

Moving is a task that most people dread, but it has to happen at some point. If you have to get it done one way or another, why not try to make the process just a little more fun? Today, I want to share 5 ways to make your moving experience (more) fun. Here are my best tips:





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