‘I’ve Made £500,000 By Building A Third Storey On My Home’

The Government is making it easier for people like Robert Wilson, a fifty-something from Clapham, to profit by building their homes upwards. For Robert Wilson from Clapham, south London, building his home upwards has been one of the best investments he’s ever made. Mr Wilson, 55, was amazed to discover, when he had his home… Read More

Homemade Coconut Oil And Honey Hair Mask

Damaged hair. We’ve all been there. Blow dryers, products, and weather take a toll on our locks, so we’ve turned to blogger Stephanie Sterjovski to share her coconut oil and honey hair mask, which is perfect for repairing and moisturizing damaged hair. All it calls for is one tablespoon of organic coconut oil, and one tablespoon… Read More

‘Look Like A Girl … Think Like A Man’: Bic Causes Outrage On National Women’s Day

A South African pen manufacturer has apologised after its “empowering” message to women urging them to look like a girl and think like a man caused outrage on social media. Bic South Africa posted the ad on its Facebook page to celebrate national women’s day. Showing a smiling woman in a suit with arms folded, it… Read More

Educating Girls Is The Key To Ending Poverty

Poverty is cyclical. The best indicator of if a child will end up in poverty is if her parents live in poverty. It’s pretty simple to understand: Economic classes tend to segregate. Meaning poor people generally live clustered together. Meaning that their collective political clout degrades and rarely leads to improved access to resources and… Read More

This Floating School in Bangladesh Is Giving Girls Access To Education

I have friends who spent part of their education sailing around the world. They learned about other cultures, traveled to different countries, and gained knowledge far from the standard curriculum of most educations. In my experience, I have known this type of education as a privilege reserved for those that can afford the high cost… Read More

A Healthy Food Blog: The Picky Eater

This blog is about Anjali’s recipes, and adventures in cooking healthy meals that her husband would enjoy. All of the recipes you’ll find on this blog are “husband approved” – so even though they’re healthy, “normal” people like them too. Source: http://pickyeaterblog.com/ Share This Post:

/ Beauty / Summer Skincare

My most recent skincare discovery came through one of my best friends Bee a couple of months ago. Lovely Bee moved here in April, and started working formagician Doctor Sebagh’s skincare brand. Spring, winter, summer, fall- it doesn’t matter. My skin has always been a sensitive disaster. When Bee presented me a bag of Sebagh’s samples,… Read More