At the moment I am on a skin care hype. I had decent skin during my teenage years and all of a sudden hyper-pigmentation has moved in rent-free and is causing chaos. I got my hands on this nifty little product that has the purpose of restoring and repairing you cells and activating an anti-angeing defence. It’s a cellular repair serum by Mádara. You’re never too young to use these types of products, your skin gets damaged all the time, the sun, chemicals and roughness. Looking after your skin is important and if you enjoy wearing make-up, good skin is the first step to perfect application.
Being productive is not something I excel in. I always try to put as little effort into something as I can. I’m basically a lazy sloth. You know those times when you have an assessment due but instead you decide to binge watch Orange is the New Black, that happens to me far too often. Hello, I’m Whitney and I’m unproductive. Trying to get out of this rut, I’ve got some handy tips on how to be more productive and make the most of your time. The key to productivity is focus. You can do it fellow sloth. We can all do it.
When you find yourself in a shopping centre with multiple make up stores, it’s inevitable that you will leave with something of some sort. Eyeshadow is my new favourite make up product and so I added some products from KIKO to my growing collection. There are so many colours and tones and you can take your make-up from a natural warm look to a vibrant colourful one. Most of my current eyeshadows include neutral tone and so I thought that it would be nice to experiment with colour. The shades that I have are a turquoise green, 101 eye shadow, and a sea blue, 113 eye shadow.
Setting goals and expectations on a project is good planning and can give you something to work towards. A blog is just like any other project and preparing is key to growing it and making it bigger. When I started my blog I didn’t really have a clear idea of what I wanted to do or where I wanted it to go and for the past few months it’s there’s been a few rambling posts and sporadic entries.
You’ve probably heard people banging on about self-care, but honestly it is important and necessary. It’s like making sure the screws and bolts on an essential machine are all oiled, maintained and functioning properly. In this case, you are the machine; the screws and bolts are your physical, emotion and mental welfare. When life happens, the stresses of daily can become overwhelming and sometimes you may face adversity or days of turbulence. Although I cannot help you find your missing dog, help you juggle your bills and finances or help you catch that flight you’re late for, I can give some tips on how to practice self-care when life is getting you down.