Month: July 2020


12 Rules Of Basic Etiquette [Londoners perspective]

Feature image by Brooke Lark on Unsplash Etiquette is almost like a set of unspoken behaviours displayed during our personal and professional interactions. These can be dependant on the situation and or company for example, you may act differently with family at home. It is a way for us to demonstrate respect and consideration to others […]

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Why we interrupt (and how to stop)

We’ve all been through it, that moment when we’re sharing something interesting, only to be cut off by someone else. This can be frustrating, impolite, not to mention plain rude. The reason people feel it is acceptable plus why some are always feeling the brunt of this decision, is often left unanswered. Some studies have […]

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Signs Of Emotional Immaturity You Need To Know

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash From a psychological perspective, maturity is the ability to respond to the environment being aware of the correct time and location to behave and knowing when to act, according to the circumstances and the culture of the society one lives in. It is a lot easier to love a […]

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This Is How Much SPF You Need To Use

The sun protection factor (SPF), is a measure of the amount of Ultraviolet B radiation (UVB) protection. The sun emits both UVA & UVB rays. UVA causes tanning through the genetic damage caused which results in the skin darkening to try and protect itself. UVA accounts for 95% of the radiation reaching the earth and […]

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How You Know If Their Apology Is Sincere

Photo by Anthony Tran on Unsplash “Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me” When an apology is made it is to show remorse for actions and acknowledge the hurt a person caused someone else. The benefits of an apology to the person is to help rebuild trust, reopen communication, and […]

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The hidden burden of being a strong black woman

Photo by Tamarcus Brown on Unsplash “You are really strong” A personally frustrating ideology of being self-reliant and self-contained is such a burden it’s damaging. Day to day the expectation is to assume multiple roles (mother, career woman, housewife, personal chef, personal assistant, cheerleader plus any other attached to their person or gender). This is […]

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κέᾰρ | Reborn Ancient Greek Skincare

​ MULTIPURPOSE CLEAN SKINCARE Inspired by the ancient Greek word for the heart, Kear. The brand uses ancient cosmetic formulas to create effective and unique products to meet the needs of a fast-paced daily personal care routine. These blend and create clean skin care products which are not only multipurpose bur non-toxic and cruelty free. The […]

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You need to leave these types of friendships in Lockdown

Feature image by Edgar Pereira on Unsplash If there’s anything you could take from being in lock-down, it’s that you have been given an opportunity to reflect on those who matter. Normally, it is difficult to avoid toxic people which makes it easy for them to make their way into your life and get settled. […]

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