For the past three months, US Vogue has featured black women: the sign of a quiet revolution in the selfish, tough, image-conscious industry of fashion.It has always been said that the fashion industry has sided the Caucasian image of beauty, discriminating against black models.
That was until America's black first lady, Michelle Obama came into our lives, brazing the cover of Vogue in March, followed by Beyonce in April, and now black model Liya Kebede in May. The obsession with the fair-skinned has been pushed aside, setting a new place for "diversity".
On the off chance that given the decision, we're almost certain nobody would pick to be in a long distance relationship. Without a doubt, non-appearance influences the heart to become fonder, yet we're calling bullsh*t on that one: being separated from the individual you adore is hard. What's more, to influence it to work - and keep it a sound, useful and sexual, you need to invest effort, responsibility and well, get somewhat innovative. Read more
Life is a precious gift, but it’s all too easy to take it for granted. We assume we’re going to wake up each morning, and may have grievances about our work, or our neighbors, or the weather. We worry about things that we have no control over. All of these things may mean we’re not taking opportunities that are presented to us and we’re not living life to the full because we’re always looking for the negative. Read more
If you have decided to start your own home business, then you will be looking for ways to get your name out there and promote your business. However, because you are home-based, you don’t have any physical stores where you can promote your brand. However, there are still a few ways that you can get your company noticed by customers. Read more