Decipher what you do and don’t need Every few months, we are confronted with articles on wardrobe essentials. We are bombarded with information that every woman ‘should’ have certain items in her wardrobe that make up a capsule collection, a foolproof selection of items that will make her feel fantastic. Fashion editors analyse trends and dictate a ‘top 10 list of essentials’. But who are these people to dicta
Are you ready for anything? When working from home, a new question begins to emerge in the minds of entrepreneurs, freelancers, creatives and sole-traders: to get dressed, or not to get dressed? It may be easy to roll out of bed and onto your laptop, but can you really say you are ready for the day when you are wearing your pyjamas? By taking a small amount of time to scrub up and get dressed, you are preparing yours
The Canvas pt 3 Welcome back to Part 3, this week we explore COOL colours. So what do certain cool colours symbolise? Let’s have a look. GREEN Like a new bud arising in springtime, green represents new life, fresh beginning and nature. Green is the easiest colour on the eye and can also improve vision. Given its association with nature, it represents something bigger than us. In Ghardaia and parts of M’zab, hou
Which one are you? It’s this time of year when we frantically try to make a million and one changes, sign up to gyms & eat healthily. But what is more important is changing your mindset. By the end of January most people are back to square one…falling into bad habits. What I want to propose to you is a slow and steady approach that starts in the mind. It’s about training yourself slowly and taki
Today I want you to take a moment to do the following: Heal from the lies you’ve told yourself and the ones that have been told to you Maya Angelou Just what does it mean? Lies, I don’t lie to myself. I’m no liar, I hear you cry. Really? Are you being completely honest about this? Let’s break this down shall we. Everyday those slight little silly side comments you say to yourself about
Object Permanence What is this? Well from the pictures I’m guessing you can familiarise yourself with the game played with little children. From a scientific point of view it’s the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be seen, heard, or touched. Peekaboo, the game, tests a child’s ability to know that objects continue to exist even though they can no longer visible or h
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