Do Waist Trainers Really Work?

Do Waist Trainers Really Work

Waist trainers are a popular new fitness fad that people are using to lift, tone, and flatten their stomachs. But do they really work? This blog post discusses how waist trainers can help you get in shape by toning your abs, lifting your butt, and make you slimmer. The idea of training corsets is not … Read more

Can I Use An Essential Oil Diffuser Around My Cat?

Can I Use An Essential Oil Diffuser Around My Cat

If you have a feline friend at home, it’s important to be mindful of the safety precautions that need to be taken when using essential oil diffusers. Cats are very sensitive creatures and may not react well to certain smells or fumes. This article will go into detail about what types of oils can be … Read more

Permed Hair Care: Tipps and FAQs

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A perm can save a lot of styling effort. Part of the time saved should be invested in good hair care. Every chemical treatment strains the hair structure and makes the hair shaft porous. Part of the putty substance of the hair is dissolved out by the waving preparations and cavities are created in the … Read more

Too Much Sound: When Noise Makes You Sick

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The human ear is always in use – what it receives enables communication, fun and ensured the survival of our ancestors. But modern people are often exposed to constant noise, and this can make them ill. The consequences range from hearing damage to depression and cardiovascular disease. How can we protect ourselves from noise pollution … Read more

What to pack for a short city break

What to pack for a short city break

I’m sure you haven’t failed to notice that we’ve been on our anniversary minibreak in Oslo… It’s not like I’ve been posting about anything else! Anyway, as far as I’m concerned, the holiday begins when I’m packing my bags. There’s something so exciting about the anticipation involved. What will we do? What will I need? … Read more

Crafting through anxiety and depression

Crafting through anxiety and depression

One of the most common pieces of blogging advice for fashion or lifestyle bloggers is always “keep it positive”, and “don’t use your blog as a platform to vent about your sadness”. The idea is that people read your blog for escapism and they don’t need you to deliver your negativity to them, which makes … Read more

Learn to make: RAINBOW CAKE!

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Chums! The time has finally come for the much-anticipated Rainbow Cake tutorial! This is how to make Rainbow Cake in the UK! This is not a cake for the fainthearted! It contains a LOT of sugar, and a LOT of artificial colouring. It’s the sort of thing I almost certainly wouldn’t have been allowed to … Read more

Post-feminist in a post-patriarchy

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Today, i wore a T-shirt which had “i’m a post-feminist in a post-patriarchy” emblazoned on it. i was being ironic, but i would consider myself a feminist. it really annoys me that feminism has that stigma attached to it of women being ‘anti-men’ or militant lesbians. that stigma was of course put in place by … Read more

My 18th Birthday- ’tis the season to be jolly!

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On the 21st of December it was my birthday! I had my first ever party. Loads of pictures were taken, but I haven’t managed to get my hands on many of them yet, I am afraid. Quite a few of my friends brought their instruments along and we had lots of jamming. It was great. … Read more