Must Read books,2017.

Hardcover, 40 pages Published January 24th 2017 by Viking Books for Young Readers Source: Publisher Mitford at the Hollywood Zoo is about the assistant to an editor of a fashion magazine who apparently is a whiz designer, accessorizer, and everything in between. The picturebook satires the fashion world especially the world as shown to us…

via Fashionista Picturebooks: Mitford at the Hollywood Zoo by Donald Robertson and A Season to Bee by Carlos Aponte — The Book Wars

Slow the rush..

It has become the norm of our fast-paced world to expect everything to happen instantaneously, and for us to become instantly aggravated when it doesn’t. The result is that we can feel frantic and rushed, stressed and unhappy nearly all the time..

It really costs nothing to be patient.you could loose  a lot of time worrying how you going to get what you want at the moment.That time could have instead be of great help to help you do more important stuff; learn more,meet more people, get new hobbies and identify more talent you may be having or rather acquire new skills in handling situations

Patience is not the ability to wait but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.

STAY PRETTY Pretty!

Every woman desires to look pretty and stay young for a long time.preferably the whole life.Lets talk about these tips I bet you will find useful.

Maintain your Weight
Do not overeat!
Often times,people have a habit of eating 3 big meals a day, but when you desire to lose weight (or to stay thin), it’s better to appropriate right habits of eating – try to eat smaller portions, but 3 times or more a day, this way you will boost your metabolism and it will be a lot easier to maintain that great figure.

Drink one glass of water before or after you eat, depending on your preference. Water will fill in the space in your tummy and you will feel satisfied without overeating, and your body will stay very hydrated!
Get into the gym.
Exercising is proved to be a great mood booster, it can help you to reduce stress and to keep your skin looking healthy. So, don’t neglect this “friend of your beauty” sport.
Always use sunscreen.
UV rays cause wrinkling problems and other signs of ageing. If your skin is sensitive, I would recommend to find sunscreen protection cream with natural minerals – zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. Consider your skin when staying out in hot sun.
Get enough sleep
This helps to boost your energy levels,relief stress and keep your weight down.Physical intimacy is also a good thing..Great and healthy love life helps:While making love with your partner,your body cultivates the hormone of happiness which not only strengthens your immune system and boosts your happiness but also helps you stay younger for longer.

Exfoliate your skin regularly.
Exfoliation is one of the best way to keep your skin soft and glowing, it helps to keep your pores from clogging (keeps acne under control), helps with uneven skin tone, keeps lines and wrinkles in check . Ask the specialist’s advise to find the best product that suits your skin type.
Eat healthy.
This is one of the crucial habits you can appropriate in order to stay beautiful and youthful for a long time.So, include fruits, vegetables and fish into your diet!

Focus on the bright side.
Cultivate positive mental attitude, laugh a lot and chose to be happy. So, look at the glass half full instead of half empty, notice all the great and positive things that happen to you and be thankful for them and remember to smile often. This way you will stay beautiful, young and attractive for longer.
Get into the gym.
Exercising is proved to be a great mood booster, it can help you to reduce stress and to keep your skin looking healthy. So, don’t neglect this “friend of your beauty” – sport.
Feel young at heart
Embrace your inner child and always wake up to the excitement and beauty of life!Feel young and you will be young.

YOUR FRIENDS MAY BE RUINING YOUR LOVE LIFE…

A typical girls night out
  • When it comes to our love lives, our friends are our biggest supporters. They celebrate with us when we rock a first date, cry with us when a guy breaks our heart and take our side when the guy we like acts like a total jerk.

  • That’s why we don’t expect our friends to be the ones getting in the way of us finding that perfect guy. If your dating life is currently loveless, your girlfriends just might be the culprits! They may be the ones ruining your chances of having a good relationship.

  • Sometimes, we all need to go out drinking with our friends in school, especially in F2,but the problem is that when you hit up the place with all 12 of your best female friends, you may be sending off a signal to suitable suitors that you’re not really interested in hooking up with any member of the opposite sex.Your friends can often create a force field around you that wards off any potential hottie who might be interested in talking to you.

  • While it’s always fun to go out with all your girlfriends, it might deter those less-outgoing guys from approaching you. Finding yourself in a group of solely single friends sometimes makes you all adopt this “we’re all in this together” kind of mentality. If one of you is single, you’re all single, and you’re sticking together through this serious dating dry spell!

  • Being in a group of single friends can lead to countless “girls’ night out and a lot of complaining about how much boys totally suck. It’s easy to channel your inner feminist and join in on the boy bashing whenever you’re surrounded by a bunch of like-minded females, but in the long run, it’s doing nothing for your love life.

  • Our friends are our friends for a reason: we trust them to always tell us the truth and value their opinions on everything from our outfits to our taste in music. That’s why whenever we start talking to a new guy we always go to our girls for their sage wisdom and overall opinions of hiM but sometimes, we’re swayed by the opinions of our friends.

Dealing with stress in campus

  • Handling college stress is one of the bigger challenges students face during their time in school.
  •                    From classes and mean lecturers to relationships and time management, the stress of college life always affects many students.     However, having stress in college doesn’t always have to mean being stressed in campus. Most Importantly: Don’t Stress About Being Stressed,this may seem ridiculous at first, but it is listed first for a reason: when you’re feeling stressed, you feel like you’re on edge and the best way to handle stress is to not get more stressed about . . . being stressed.
  •                       If you’re stressed out, admit it and figure out how to handle it. Focusing on it will only make things seem worse. Get Some Sleep, Being in campus does not means your sleep schedule is, most likely, far from ideal. Getting more sleep can help your mind refocus, recharge, and re-balance.
  •                       Get Some Quiet Time,Take one moment and think: when was the last time you had some quality, quiet time alone? Personal space for students in college rarely exists. You may share your room,your classrooms, , the library, and anywhere else you go during an average day. Finding a few moments of peace and quiet – with no cell phone, roommates, or crowds – might be just what you need.
  •                          Stepping out from the crazy college environment for a few minutes can do wonders for reducing your stress. Get Some Fun,You may be stressed about one particular thing: a final paper due Monday, a class presentation due Thursday. You basically just need to sit down and plow through it. If this is the case, try to figure out how to make it a little more fun and enjoyable.

BEING TOO CLING’Y?

Image result for a clingy black girlfriend

Whether you’ve just met someone you like, you’ve been casually dating someone new or you can’t get over your ex, figuring out how to act is anything but easy. When you really like someone, you feel the constant urge to talk to them. Most of the time, you know to ask yourself and your friends if you’re being too needy before hitting “send” on a text, but other times you just can’t resist—and he or she goes MIA. So how do you draw the line between acting flirty and outright desperate?

It’s okay to initiate a conversation if you have been constantly text each other. It’s probably even acceptable to double-text occasionally because we all know how nerve-racking it is to wait for someone’s response, if you’re texting every 10 minutes or fewer and he or she isn’t responding, you’ve fallen deep into the clingy zone.

Worse, if you get sweaty and nervous when he does not answer, you might want to revaluate how attached you are to this person. Generally, being clingy and being insecure go hand in hand. Instead of focusing on this uncertain relationship, focus on yourself and you. Develop your own schedule and your own interests. Not in a way that excludes men in your life completely and makes them feel like an ‘add-on,’ but more in a way that you are committed to your own growth.”

Following someone around is pretty much the definition of clingy behavior .There is plenty of ways of showing someone you are interested. Ways to show them you’re interested without suffocating them in the process.

Face book stalking someone on social media someone you like is normal, unless you’re doing it far too often, but try to minimize how often you do it, because it could mean you’re too desperate. This becomes a problem if you get so stuck worrying about their life that you can’t get on with your own.

If you need to know what your guy is doing every second or you insist that he joins you everywhere you go, these are red flags. The basis around clinginess is the fear of not being loved and not being enough. Be patient and wait for him to meet you halfway. Building attachment takes time doesn’t try to force it!