Even if you don't make your bed, it's important to know how to. Bed stylist, Steven Whitehead, demonstrates how to make the perfect bed.
Just because you're having a bad day, doesn't mean you have to stay down in the dumps. It's called being resilient when you can bounce back. There's a great article on www.tinybuddha.com by Sirena Bernal on 10 Ways to Turn Around a Bad Day in 10 Minutes or less. The first three are:
1. Sing along to your favourite song
2. Take a shower
3. Watch a funny youTube video.
If you want to find our more check out the full article here.
Here's an easy and inexpensive gift idea for your friends or teachers. You can find the instructions at www.thethankfulhouse/com.
Beauty Redefined is a not for profit organisation started by two American sisters, Lindsay and Lexie, who studied media and body image. Their website and Facebook pages are aimed at helping girls and women develop a positive body image and to recognise, reject and resist harmful messages about women in the media. Check it out!
This is an interesting reminder that the ideal body shape changes depending on the culture of the time. What's important is being healthy rather than fitting a particular body type.
Sugar Venom is an Australian company that manufactures cruelty free (not tested on animals) and toxic free cosmetics. They have a very interesting article on what's wrong with makeup - you can read it here. You absorb 60% of what you put on your skin so it makes sense to carefully consider the products you use. They sell, mineral eye shadows, lip glosses, eyeliner, mascara and false lashes. They sell bundled sets too.