I drink because I am anxious, and I am anxious because I drink
I put on my detective hat, searched out an expert, and got the 411 on why toner is an important part of our skin care routine. I think you'll be as intrigued as I was when you get an education on toner and what it can do for your skin.
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Intricate." For this week's theme I'm posting a photo I took in my hometown of Newcastle earlier this year. The detail and colour in a lot of street art around Newcastle is fantastic but this one sprung to mind when I saw the word 'intricate'.
The Brain - Gut Connection. Autism- ADHD- Dementia- Alzheimer's- Anxiety- Depression- Multiple Sclerosis- OCD- IBS- Eating Disorders-Tourettes- Brain Fog
We asked our beauty guru Lidija to share three of her most effective and easy-to-make DIY natural skincare recipes and here we have them!
The fourth part of my trip to London featuring Greenwich, the Prime Meridian and of course Harrods!
If you were to list the top five problems of a polyamorous lifestyle you would probably guess jealousy, resentment, decreased affection for your primary partner, family instability...etc.Oddly, for us, that's not it.
I have 100's of frosting recipes on my site and this chocolate cream cheese frosting is my absolute favorite frosting. It's a must try!
The film feels like a Jane Austin-y movie between the main characters' high intellects and the earth-shattering perfect romance. It's an excellent pick for both romantics and realists. Throughout its insight into history, it also manages to be a classic and riveting romance, teaching its audiences as much as pleasing them.
The novel is already on its way to becoming a movie, made by the producers of The Hunger Games. It’s been on the New York Times best-seller list for several months, sold over a million and a half print and digital copies, and drawn a cornucopia of rave reviews, including one in the daily New York Times and another in the Sunday New York Times Book Review. In April, it won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction....
My kids called her Ethel. A real gas guzzling relic with a bumper that hung so low her back end blew sparks on the highway. She wore a two-toned armor plate full of dings and dents and if I ventured under the hood there were things that leaked and others that steamed, but damn a nation, what a car! Turn the key and watch her go!
Sometimes we all need a bit of cheering up. Today I'm feeling a bit down in the dumps. I'm sure that I'll be back to my perky self tomorrow, but ...
Sometimes the ultimate version of something needs time; say 35 years? A change in method, some practice and perhaps a stroke of luck. Well time it is...
"In the present day we consume 5 to 10 times as much electronically-delivered content as 10 or 15 years ago, and much of it low quality. This situation is unprecedented in the history of humanity...