EYE LOVE TEA BAGGING!
Puffy peepers a problem? Use tea bags to treat them!. Chamomile is considered the champ for fighting the rings. After tea time toss ’em in a package and pop ’em in the fridge. Astringent is what fights the fluids trapped in the tissue. The natural tannins in the tea act as an astringent as well as the cold temperature. Now gently place the cool, wet, bags on your face and sit back and wait for those balls to shrink….eyeballs!
A gap looks like crap when it’s between the buttons of your shirt! Busting buttons are boorish so this is your ticket to finding a tailor. Duds that don’t fit can make you appear larger and make quality garments look garish. Women the first place to tucker will most likely be at your ta-ta’s. Especially if your shoulders are smaller than the “twins”. Men your gut is your rut. Make sure these areas fit and look fabulous and let the tailor trim the fat from your frock. 1. Look for a tailor in your area with rave reviews. 2. Ask your local fashionistas. 3. Men look for someone who specializes in manly. 4. Buzz the boutiques and see where they send their biz. 5. Ditch the department stores! 6. Look at they’re latest work. 7. Or at least a see a photo. 8. Slip them into something a little more easy initially to see their skill ( don’t discover incompetence on your Dior) 9. Talk with the tailor NOT at them. 10. Make sure it’s worth their skill, no cheap chaps! Now you’ve put the FIT back in outfit!
Did you know that 33 studies have linked fluoride with reducing the IQ in children? And 97% of western Europe has rejected water fluoridation. So don’t be dumb, be a smart mouth and use Fluoride-free toothpaste. I Prefer Tom’s fluoride-free whitening paste. If possible avoid drinking water from the tap if fluoridation is your city’s incomprehension!This chemical also builds up in your Pineal Gland which is believed to be your connection to your spirit. Stupid AND secular! So next time your dentist tells you it’s good for you, remember these are the same people that put lead fillings in your teeth. You can have pearly whites AND the pearly gates!
GO AWAY YOU BUG ME!
That insect repellent you spray on yourself and your loved ones contains horrible chemicals like DEET that harm everything from your eyes to the birds and the bees ( literally ). This is a simple syrup that will beat off bugs. First fill a spray bottle (I use an 8 ounce container) 1/2 full with distilled or boiled water. Then add witch hazel to fill almost to the top. Now add 30-50 drops of essential oils to desired scent. The more oils you use, the stronger the spray will be. That’s all it takes! My personal fab fave mix is: Rosemary, Clove, Lavender, Geranium,Cinnamon and Eucalyptus. No more pesky pests, you smell amazing, AND your birds and bees will still work!
ALL THE RELIEF YOU CAN MUSTARD!
If you are suffering from a sore throat then this is your succotash. Forget that chem filled cough syrup and mix up this mustard medley to mollify your misery. Mix 2 tablespoons of organic mustard with the juice of half an organic lemon, one tablespoon of sea salt, one tablespoon of raw honey, and 1 1/4 cups of boiling water. Pour into a mug and let your batter brew for 15 minutes before use. Now go ahead and gargle. The spell of your potion should last for a couple of days. Happy Swalloweeng!
BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE!
Don’t let cold weather leave you woeful. If your chassis gets chilled you’ll be singing a shaky version of Foreigner’s “Cold As Ice”. Let this be your lodestar to layering!
Your first peel of polar prevention ( the one that is closest to your skin) should be a lightweight tight fitting Polypropylene, silk, polyester, Thermax, Thinsulate, or wool. Do not make the all to frequent faux pas of cotton because it traps moisture, it stays soggy, and actually draws heat from you. The second layer should lasso that warmth and keep it corralled. This material includes down, polyester, fleece, wool and new synthetic/natural blends. The outer shell protects and serves from any wet cold cons from breaking into your secure warm under cover. This material should be something water resistant like Gortex, leather, or any winter overcoat. And don’t forget those feet. Anyone who knows me will attest to my foot fashion, I love a great pair of fabulous, colorful wool blend socks. Follow these simple steps and this winter and the only Foreigner song you’ll be singing is”Hot In The City”!