We’re quickly transitioning from fall to winter. In fact, I have been wearing a lighter coat instead of a jacket for the past two days. Halloween came and went and we’re officially in preparation for the holiday season. This also means it’s getting colder, the days are shorter, there is less sun and we’re starting…Details
Stretch marks occur when the skin is stretched beyond its limits, leaving it unable to adapt itself. When its elasticity just isn’t enough anymore, tiny tears occur and that’s where a stretch mark becomes visible. This happens either while we’re growing up when we gain or lose a lot of weight in a very short…Details
I’ve been a bookworm all my life and as I already mentioned in 4 must have things to have on your bedside table I tend to be reading more than one thing at any given time. So I thought why not share a reading list with you on a monthly basis. Vogue September and October As…Details
I’ve been going to bed pretty late lately. And when I do I just lay down and fall asleep immediately. But this is not what I actually like to do. What I like to do is to go to bed at least half an hour before actually going to sleep. Take some time to myself. Unwind. Relax.…Details
Not too long ago the company that I work for instilled a pet-friendly policy. This goes for both our points of sales where customers can bring their pets and for our corporate building. Which makes my office a dog-friendly office, yaaay! Since it’s quite a recent change I haven’t taken up on this possibility very…Details
Exfoliating bath gloves remove dead skin cells and leave skin feeling softer and smoother. But there are other benefits that come with their use, so pay special attention to these areas:
Guess what? You don’t need a spa to have a spa day!
If you’re in need of some pampering there’s quite a lot of things one can do at home. Starting with a mask. And while classic masks have been available for at home use since forever the last few years there’s trend taking over this area: sheet masks.Details
You know what they say…fake it ’till you make it. In this case it actually holds true.
Smiling is an automatic response to happiness. Whenever we feel good or there’s something funny it automagically appears on our faces. But research shows it actually works both ways. The physical act of smiling triggers feelings of happiness.
Let’s start small with a tiny evening rituals that i love. Tea.
Most of us are tea drinkers. From childhood morning drinks to lemon infused flu remedies. But there’s more the the world of tea than that.
I discovered real tea sometime in high school. Up until then the idea of putting milk into tea seemed ridiculous to me. But i had to try at some point. And i loved it immediately. Thus began my love for black tea and from that tea in general.