As I approach my mid thirties and embark into motherhood Im very conscious of taking care of my skin. As a previous sunbed fanatic (true Essex style!) and years spent working in the sun in the equestrian industry, my skin is taking its toll. I never wear make up (unless on a night out) so I rely on my skin looking and feeling as great. So I can go about my day to day activities feeling confident and naturally attractive and well maintained. My favourite part of my ultimate luxury skincare regime is the 24karat gold monthly mask!!
When my mum had a skincare promotion pop up on her Social Media she eagerly told me about this state of the art beauty centre. I love trying new products and treatments and was in need for a luxury pamper so agreed to go with her. I wanted to know how to get skin like a celebrity and this place had all the celebs going there! Any excuse for a trip to London, my favourite City.
I was introduced to bio oil by a leading pioneer in the Bikini competition industry.
By far, introducing me to Bio oil is a beauty recommendation I have to share!
I question myself all the time wether I should be so open about my depression and bulimia. What are the pros and the cons? Strong arguments for both cases in my head…..
Mostly I worry people will think Im weird or think less of me. But thats what spurs me on. People shouldn’t think less of someone because they have mental health challenges.
But mostly Im doing it purely because thats who I am. I’m honest and wear my heart on my sleeve. And I believe we shouldn’t have to hide or pretend who we are.
Sane new world, Taming the Mind
By Ruby Wax
Ruby wax, Who once had a glittering career as a comedian , (she will be sat conjuring up ways to kill me slowly for phrasing that in such an unadorned manner) now boasts a degree in mindfulness based cognitive therapy from oxford university, and gives us an insight into ‘taming the mind’.
Sarah, mother of two young daughters, gives us a wonderful insight into the tools she uses to manage her anxiety and depression.
Mum of two and ‘architect auditor’ Jules, bravely opens up about her battles with overcoming heartache and depression over the last few years…
A whirlwind of Glamour, Excitement and Networking, entwined with hard work, dedication and learning. Read on to find out more of whats involved in getting ready to step on stage, what you gain from the experience and why I think YOU should compete in The miss World classic!
Embrace your body with a Liberty experience
So…..how did it go…….I can honestly say ive never felt so liberated!!! Dimples and Daisies Photography are so much more than photographers, they are therapy,they are empowering women, healing our self doubt, soothing our crazy thoughts with lucidity.
On immediate greeting from the team you feel at ease, they have a mature, wise before their years persona yet young and carefree, as they slomp about in the mud and water spills over the top of their wellies.
Champagne bottles are splayed across the grass and the make up girls giggle away as they warmly tease each other.
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Of course, we should all love ourselves as we are, but good exercise and eating clean has so many health benefits which in turn WILL make you feel better about yourself mentally and physically.