Wear colour is not so easy as it seems. Some people defend themselves using lots of black, others using neutral tones, other ones enjoy wear colour but don’t know how to look exquisite with them. There are lots of theories about colour schemes, but in the morning when we are getting dressed, is good to have basic […]Read more "Duplicate color"
In the recent past, women only used black on evening events. Today is not like this, and the use of black clothes is all year, all day appropriate. Nevertheless, there are times when black should not be an option. Don’t wear black: When you are tired and your eyes have dark circles – the black clothes will […]Read more "When black should not be an option"
Do you know that piece that speaks for itself? Many times you do not wear it because you are afraid of looking like a Christmas tree … Well, having a piece that stands out can be an advantage in those days when you do not know what to wear, because what it asks is to […]Read more "The Statement Piece"
Do you Share things just because when you do it you feel the inflated ego feeling that you are the best? Or because the role of victim causes others to fall on you, captivating their attention? Look arround you, do you see people sharing only to get sympathy, attention and the feeling of being special and important. […]Read more "Share with a propose"
Since I started to study about sugar effects one question popped in my mind – what to eat on snacks? supermarkets have lots of snacks but most of all have added sugar. After an extensive research, food stands out: Almonds They are crunchy, they have a pleasant taste and they leave us without hunger. And […]Read more "The snack – almonds"
The difference between good and poorly ironed clothes is huge and this will impact the way you present yourself! Even when we have who help us at home, we must know how to do so that we can guide them properly. We must find solutions that help minimize time around iron, improving ironing quality: Do […]Read more "Easy ironing"
Sugar effects are not restricted to the moment that follows their consumption. They continue to cause cumulative damage to your body. List of short/long-term sugar effects: Craving – for sweets or caffeine; Frequently hungry – the amount of food needed to end hunger is increasing; Fat – located on abdomen and/or face (cheeks and/or neck); Tiredness […]Read more "Avoiding sugar (part 3)"