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The Difference Between Fashion and Personal Style

First and foremost, if you’re reading that title and feeling a little puzzled, then here’s a definition to keep things clear: Fashion is changeable. It’s focused on trends, new styles, the items that appear at fashion week and then trickle down into stores. It’s of-the-moment, the now, who wore what and who wore it best. […]

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Three Things You Never Knew About Being An Adult

When you’re a little kid, all you really want is to grow up and become an adult. You think that when you’re a grown up, your life will be perfect. There won’t be any more pesky rules or anyone setting a bedtime for you or telling you not to eat too much cake – instead […]

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4 Things To Remember When You Clean Your Make Up Bag

Just like that open carton of milk sitting in your fridge beauty products have a definite sell-by date. While we’re talking a couple of years, instead of weeks, or months it’s vital that you give your makeup bag a good clear out once in awhile and what better time to start than spring? Ditch Anything […]

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3 Common Stress Triggers And How To Cope

Stress is a common problem in our society and research reveals that it is increasing. If left unresolved, it can have a negative effect on our physical and mental health. Studies associate stress as being a contributing factor to many serious diseases including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer. Therefore, if you suffer from stress, […]

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Maturing Your Alternative Style

It’s safe to say that most of us go through fashion phases as we grow up. Our teenage years are a time for experimentation as we learn to find our personal style, while still being heavily influenced by the trends and culture all around us. One very common thing for many young people to do […]

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4 Ways To Prevent Mold In Your Home

They can be some of the most frustrating problems to deal with in a home, as well as some of the unhealthiest. The different types of damp and the mold that they’re the perfect environment for are unsightly. They’re damaging to the house. They can be worse for your respiratory system than smoking. That’s why […]

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