There are various areas of your life that can see you left in a state of emotional turmoil. The care of your loved ones is likely to be a major one. After all, your nearest and dearest are the people you live for: you spend time together, have mutual respect, strong memories and bonds that can’t be broken. However, it can be extremely difficult to ensure that you ensure that everyone is cared for adequately and feeling as content as can be. After all, we all have our own lives, and the major responsibility of looking after another in need can mean that we end up falling behind on our self-care. Remember, it’s important that you are healthy and well in order to adequately ensure that others are healthy and well. The love needs to be shared! So, here are a few ways to strike the right balance between caring for others and looking out for yourself too.
If you are seeking to make some money from property investment, then you need to know whether or not you are looking at a good deal. This is both one of the most essential and most difficult parts of the whole process, but it is clearly going to be vital if you want it to be worthwhile. However, there can be a real difficulty in knowing the true potential of any property, and it’s something that can take a lot of practice. In the post, we are going to look at some of the things you will want to look into in order to discover whether your next property is really worth the time – and money.
Curly hair is the thing if you haven’t noticed as since we rock straight hair (wigs to be exact!) we called on curly hair blogger and designer Naomi Louise from Naylou.com to review the latest shampoo and conditioner from Shea Moisture.
Hosting a party? Follow our top ten beer hacks to ensure that your favourite drink remains front and centre during the celebrations.
Are you a casual wine drinker who regularly feels a bit lost when trying to choose a quality bottle? You’re not alone. With so much choice and essential information sometimes hard to come by, shopping for a nice wine can often prove to be challenging. If you’re not clued up on what to look for, there’s a good chance it’ll…
This ones for all the nail art fans out there. Who’s going to say no to another nail shop; especially if it’s being launched in the swanky area of Shoreditch.
There are so many different things things exercise can achieve fo you, but one simple yet underrated benefit is strengthening, toning and tightening your muscles. So often people are told that they need to pile on a huge amount or muscle mass, or women are told they need to lose a huge amount of body fat. While this can work for many people, most people are somewhere in between these two extremes. Wanting to strengthen your body, without putting on huge amounts of muscle, can be beneficial for you whether you are a sports person, or you just want to stay fit. Improving and toning the muscles you already have is a great way to get fit, and there are so many activities out there that do this, and they have so many hidden benefits too.
‘’Some of us think holding on makes us strong, but sometimes it is letting go.’’
– Hermann Hesse
Letting go of the things that no longer serve us in life is beyond difficult. It requires a huge mental effort, lucidity, and will. The common reason why we hesitate to let go and continue to dwell on the past regrets is usually fear. However, it’s not any kind of fear, but the fear of change. For many people change is far more frightening than pain. We are only able to break free from this vicious circle when the current situation becomes unbearable. But then it will be too late.
Here at In-spire LS you know we’re crazy about fashion, but more specifically – inclusive fashion. We believe passionately that great style should be available for all with no exceptions. US Fashion magazine editor and commentator Brandee Kurvy J certainly shares our philosophy. We caught up with her to discuss diversity within the fashion industry, the emergence of the body positive movement and her favourite designers at New York Fashion Week.
Working a nine to five week, many of us get ourselves into a rut and find that we carry out the same activities every free day or weekend. Some of us will stay in the house relaxing. Others will visit friends or family. The more energetic will party. The odd individual will go to a sports game or plan to watch it on the television. However, every now and then it can be beneficial and enjoyable to stray from the beaten track of routine and give new things a try. Here are some alternative days out for you to consider.