Every relationship has got it’s ups and down’s. But none of those can actually compare to those you’ll face when you decide to be in a long distance relationship. Long distance relationships work differently for everyone. However, it is hard to ignore the facts of long distance relationships. Including not being able to see each other everyday. Even though there is Skype honestly nothing beats live conversations, hugs and kisses. Even spending those intimate quite moments together are priceless and irreplaceable when you decide to go long distance.
Did you know that your makeup has an expiry date? I know I didn’t. But it does, and generally we have no idea how long our make up should last. And as any makeup lover will attest sometimes we tend to keep it till there’s nothing left or its dried up. However, keeping and using your makeup past its expiry date can cause a lot of problems for your skin. Which is why I compiled a list of products and how long they tend to last. After all, what good is makeup if it is going to do you more harm than good?
I never understood people who waxed down there. The idea of putting hot wax, or even a razor so close to your vagina just scared me. “Why do that to yourself?” I thought. Until I had my first serious boyfriend who happened to liked me waxed. Although I was completely against it, I tried it. “What’s the worst that could happen?” I told myself.
As some of you might already know, eating dinner is one of the best things we can do for our bodies. This means eating dinner between 5pm and 7pm. This way our bodies can digest the food and we sleep better. However, sometimes eating at 5pm or 7pm doesn’t work and we end up eating late.
Let’s talk body shaming. Today’s topic is very close to my heart. Mainly because I’ve been a victim of this sort of thing and looking back I’ve probably body shamed other people. We know it exists because it is everywhere. It is something that we rarely confront but today I hope to change that.
Have you ever had that feeling? Like the body you live in is not yours? Like its maybe not the one you are meant to be in? With the rise of more and more news coverage on transgender individuals, a lot of people are coming out and saying they relate. For these people, the bodies they live in don’t feel right. Like maybe they feel more like a boy if they are a girl, or they feel like they are a girl if they are a boy. It’s easy to get confused about what this actually means and how this happens when you have never experienced it.
Every now and then we can find ourselves indulging in food that has lots of salt and sugar or both. I understand ladies, it happens. We just can’t help it. We often fall into the trap that we need these, but how much of it is too much? Yes, sugar is needed for energy and salt for the muscles. But in the long run it does create health problems if we have too much of it. Which is why its better to have small amounts every now and then.