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Summer Is On It’s Way – Are You Feeling Bikini Ready?

Summer is nearly here and do you know what that means ladies? Time to don your bikini and get ready for the beach! It can be quite a daunting thing to do, especially with the weather not being great recently. When you haven’t had much skin on show, baring all can be a scary thought.… Continue reading Summer Is On It’s Way – Are You Feeling Bikini Ready?

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Things We Should All Make Time For

In this day and age, technology is front and centre in our lives. We’re pretty much constantly battling a stream of distractions. And distractions eat up so much of our time. Really take a minute and think about how much time you’ve wasted watching YouTube videos, scrolling through social media, binge watching Netflix or just… Continue reading Things We Should All Make Time For

Beauty · fashion · Health · Home · Lifestyle · Recipes · Travel’s 1st Birthday!

I honestly can’t believe it’s been one year since the start of my blog. It seems like yesterday I was writing my 1st blog post and wondering where it would be a year from now. So much has changed; my blog has helped me grow in both my personal and professional life and I now… Continue reading’s 1st Birthday!

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Charity Focus: The Children’s Heart Federation

One month already gone in 2016 and with February arriving swiftly on our plates, it’s time for me to dish out another charity to promote on my blog for the month. If you missed my last post you can check it out here where I talking about Mind for better mental health! Mind is an amazing… Continue reading Charity Focus: The Children’s Heart Federation

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Boost Your Self-Esteem & Learn To Love Your Body

While some people seem to be born with lashings of body confidence, others of us struggle when it comes to our self-esteem. The main problem is that we live in a world where there’s a lot of emphasis on physical perfection. And because of that, we sometimes feel like our bodies aren’t good enough. Annual ‘beauty’ crazes that come around each year, like the thigh gap phenomenon, don’t help the situation either. Nor do social media sites like Instagram, that are plastered with ‘perfect’ people.

Being body confident won’t happen overnight, but there are simple ways you can slowly boost how you feel about yourself. If you want to be more body confident and learn to love your body, here’s what you need to do:

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Focus on what you love about yourself

Okay, so your body might some ‘problem areas’ but that doesn’t mean you’re not beautiful. Instead of focusing on the negatives about your body, such as the areas you don’t like, focus on the positives. While you might not like one part of your body, the chances are that there’s something about yourself that you like. Be it your lovely long hair, your pouty lips or your long legs, find the things that you like about yourself. You’ll find that by thinking about what you like, rather than what you don’t like, your body confidence will increase.

Treat your body how it deserves to be treated

One of the most common reasons for low self-esteem is not treating your body how it deserves to be treated. The truth is, you’ll never be proud of your body if you don’t take proper care of it. This means ensuring that you lead a healthy lifestyle, and also, that you make an effort to take care of your skin, nails and hair. With bright skin, painted nails and styled hair, you’ll feel 100 times better about yourself. You may also find that having a tattoo or getting a piercing, along with some jewellery from Piercing Mania for it, will boost your self-esteem.

Walk like a celebrity

Just like everyone else, celebrities have flaws, and yet, they don’t act like it. They strut their stuff down the red carpet looking like they don’t have a care in the world. The reason celebrities are so confident with their looks is because they act as if they’re flaws don’t bother them. No matter what they dislike about themselves, they hide it. And no matter what, always act as if they have lashings of confidence, even when they don’t. Want to beat your low self-esteem? All you need to do is follow in their footsteps and fake it until you make it. Act like you’re confident and happy with your body, and trust me, in time, you will be.

There you have it, all the best tips for boosting your self-esteem and learning to love your body. Take note of these, and you can up your confidence and become happier with the body you’ve been given.

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Amazing Ways To Improve Your Body

Our bodies are amazing. They can do so much. And we use our bodies in so many wonderful ways. But sometimes we wish they were different. Perhaps you want to be stronger, slimmer, curvier, or faster. There are many ways to improve our bodies. It all depends on what you want them to do for you.

To make your body work harder for you, it’s important to feed it right. Diets should be rich in nutritious foods like vegetables, nuts, pulses and beans. These can provide the essential vitamins and minerals the body needs. Meat and dairy also have the place in our diets. And whole grains and seeds offer energy and fiber too.
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Each food group provides something the body needs to work harder for longer. But the diet isn’t enough. A program of exercise designed to improve your fitness, stamina and strength is key to making your body do more. Repetitive movements can be very helpful for building strength and suppleness. It also helps the brain connect the motions to the work you want your body to do.

If you want to have stronger arms, you might try push ups, pull ups, curls and weight training. This will work the muscles, building strength. You may do several repetitions of each exercise and then rest for a few days. The resting period is essential for the muscle to repair and heal. This is how the muscle can gain strength.

Sleep is also essential to our bodies as it provides the rest needed for cells to regenerate and injuries to heal. It helps keep our metabolism in check and aids digestion. Most importantly, it helps the brain remember the movements we have done. We actively learn while we sleep.

If you’re looking to sculpt your body into a more refined shape, then a mixture of slimming and muscle work may be necessary. Celebrity bodies are much adored, like J-Lo, Kim Kardashian, and Beyonce. You can see more details on how they got their bodies into shape online. Cardiovascular or aerobic exercise is usually the best way to burn off fat.

This means more walking, jogging, and cross training need to go into the mix of your exercise program. Anything that raises your heart rate and works up a sweat is usually good! Stretching and flexibility in the limbs are also important for that toned look. Light weights can help boost the effect too.

Some celebrities swear by special diets to help them keep the fat off their body. There are two different kinds of fat. The good fats we need to stay healthy. The bad fats are the ones found in all those treats we know we should avoid! Chocolate, candies, cakes, and processed meats tend to be the worst offenders. Each of our bodies is unique, though. Balancing what we eat and what we do is best. We all need different things.

You can improve your body to be faster and stronger. Or you can improve how the body looks. We’re all born with a unique physique that will need the right diet and exercise to perform at its best. Take care of yours.

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Charity Focus: Mind For Better Mental Health

This year, with my blog growing and more people reading, I wanted to take the opportunity to help promote some amazing charities each and every month. On the first of every month will be a post talking about the charity and what they do, with links to all their amazing information and how you can… Continue reading Charity Focus: Mind For Better Mental Health