I’ve just discovered a bohemian style decor shop based in the states, and I’m living for every item they have available. Jungalow is a women owned brand offering designs by founder Justina Blakeney, and also goods from around the globe. After reading about the decor shop and their practices, I’m more inclined to purchase from them. From Jungalow.com: “We work with vendors from all over … Continue reading Home Decor to Liven Up Your Space
I’m sure by now everybody has learned the big news that Nigerian-American beauty content creator and slay queen, Jackie Aina, has launched her lifestyle brand, FORVR. So far, FORVR carries luxury candles, silk headbands, and silk pillowcases. I’m sure they’re will be lots more in the future. If you haven’t purchased anything as yet, head on over to FORVRMOOD.com to do so. Although, chances are, … Continue reading Jackie Aina Launches Lifestyle Brand
The sultry r&b artist unveiled the tastefully done music video for the just as sexy track off her latest album, TKO. Damage is “A raw, vulnerable visual with an emphasis on movement & expressive dance directed, choreographed & edited by Galen Hooks, It’s clear that Mya isn’t afraid to get down & dirty to express the risk she’s willing to take on love despite the … Continue reading Mya Releases ‘Damage” Music Video
Being that I’m somewhat of an addict when it comes to Fitbit, I’ve often come across notifications about FitStar but never really checked it out. Well, I’ve finally decided to give the app a try and low and behold, it turned out to be a great decision because I think I may have found my next addiction. The FitStar app gives you the option of selecting an expert trainer, … Continue reading FitStar: A Great Way to Get Active
Wabi-sabi is a concept in traditional Japanese aesthetics centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete”. Loosely translated, “wabi” is simplicity, whether elegant or rustic; “sabi” means the beauty of age and wear. Embrace the perfectly imperfect with these stunning Verdigris-effect murals by Murals Wallpaper. The murals utilise modern digital printing techniques that capture … Continue reading Wabi Sabi: The Art of Imperfection
Louis Vuitton is one of the most popular names to mention when you are talking about luxury brands. The fashion line has a penchant for releasing pieces that are not only pleasing to the eye, but also detailed in terms of design. There are a lot of myths that lie around the LV brand, especially when it comes to ascertaining whether or not you own … Continue reading Myths about Louis Vuitton Brand: Busted!
If you’re on a journey to lose weight or to improve your overall health in general, then like many, you’ve probably hit a plateau along the way. Whether it’s in your workout, or the things you eat, sometimes you feel like no matter what you do the number on the scale won’t move or you just feel unmotivated. Well, here are 5 things you can … Continue reading 5 Ways to Shatter a Weight Loss Plateau
These days, the allure of working from home has become considerably more tempting. Owing to the continued progress of technology, more and more people are able to do their work remotely. This trend is even reflected at the corporate level, where a growing number of companies have started permitting their employees to work from home. This type of arrangement is not without its challenges, however. … Continue reading 5 Steps For Crafting the Perfect Home Office
As an artistic trend, minimalism first appeared in the Western world in the 1960s and 1970s as a reaction to abstract expressionism. It relies on repetition and pared-down design elements, and generally gives off an air of understated elegance. To that end, you can see why minimalism has been an attractive style as far as interior design goes. Most people want their homes to be … Continue reading 5 Ways That Minimalism Can Contribute to Interior Design
Engage your child with these amazing fun and educational gift ideas that will make them flabbergasted by the amazing toys that; spin, light up and fly with the educational exposure necessary. Kids are curious beings that need something amazing to keep their attention fixated on something. With these ideas, not only will your kids have fun playing but will enjoy an exciting opportunity of learning … Continue reading Fun and Educational Gift Ideas for Children
Online dating has no doubt been a source of great debate with many people viewing it as an alien, ineffective way to stirr long lasting relationships. Just a few years back, a couple that acknowledged to have dated online prior to meeting physically were looked down upon and even vilified in some quarters. But thanks to rise of mobile dating apps and social networks, online … Continue reading The Glamour of Online Dating
Truth be told, stress sucks. It’s something that can sneak up on you at your workplace, and can blast in horrendous and terrible ways. Therefore, whenever it strikes, it’s imperative to have some basic strategies at your arsenal that’ll let you deal with the feelings both in the short term and long term. We’ve compiled these Simple Ways to Relax at Work to help you … Continue reading Simple Ways to Relax at Work
In the fast-paced world of today, it is all too easy to put our physical and mental health on the backburner while we are busy chasing our business and other goals. Fitness and wellbeing are often at the back of our minds, but that we never seem to be able to get around to them. Looking after your body and mind does not, however, have … Continue reading Simple everyday habits that will lead to a lifetime of great health
According to recent studies, more than 90% of those who visit doctors have stress related complications and symptoms. Most of the symptoms of backache and headaches are not ailment related but stress related. There are so many ways you can relieve stress but let us explore unique and different way to help you fight stress. Improve your working environment Most people spend more than forty-day … Continue reading Different Ways to Fight Stress in 2015
Many people don’t take proper care of their skin, some because they don’t have any problems so they think they don’t have to worry and others use home remedies of some tips they hears from someone once. Skin is exposed to many irritants that can cause it to become inflamed, itchy or flaky so taking the proper precautions is important. People with sensitive skin have … Continue reading Proper Skin Care
You’ll often hear others saying that small things are the key to happiness. It’s never too late to embrace this philosophy. This year, I’ve started cleansing my life and realized that small changes brought tremendous results. I’ll share with you practices that made me really happy. They will help you broaden your consciousness, make positive changes in your life and you’ll see things from a … Continue reading 10 Tips for Happy Living in 2014
You’re going to enjoy this one. I certainly did. Click here for the recipe and tell us if you gave it a go. Credit: readyseteat Continue reading Yummy Moment: Asian-Style Crusted Chicken
I’ve always loved cashew growing up but for some reason had stopped eating it for the last couple years. Not sure if I lost the interest or wasn’t really looking for it in stores, but I just found a recipe that I’d love to try with cashew because it includes chicken (my favorite meat ever) and rice (I love me some rice). Click the image … Continue reading Cashew Ginger Chicken with Rice! Ever Had It?
So, while browsing the web for different types of soup dishes I came across a few sites (including catering services) offering a wide variety not only healthy, but also delicioso. I know you’re probably thinking, “Soup? During the warm weather?” But come on now, it’s almost that time of year. Anyways, check out my findings and click on the images for how to get them … Continue reading I’m In Love With Soup!
Do I need a home base? Yes, definitely. But do I want to travel from place to place? Yes, definitely. What I’m trying to say–in my oh so usual complicated way–is that I love traveling and want so badly to experience different cultures around the globe, but I also want that stability and comfort of a home that I can come back to. I’m capital … Continue reading Living Out of a Suitcase