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Painting Job That Match With The Bedroom Interior Design

When it comes to bedroom interior design, there are a few things you must keep in mind. Firstly, this room is the most crucial place where you relax after a hard day’s work. A bedroom is the most private part of your house. Thus, it should be soothing, functional, as well as modern. To make this part of your house aesthetically pleasing, comfortable, and cozy, it is very important to choose the right bedroom interior painting. Today, the trend is using a combo of two or more colors to decorate the interiors. That is the reason when choosing colors for your home interiors, you must be confident of your ability to choose the right combinations.

Before you decide upon the colors for your bedroom, it is important to decide whether you want the harmonious and peaceful room or bold and bright room. (more…)

Zomchi bamboo safety razor – An Ideal Gift for your Father

There is something special about shaving which is traditional and elemental, and if you are going to do something every day, it must be an exceptional and rewarding experience. And, if you are still trying to find the wonderful gift for your dad for Father’s Day, choose no other – Zomchi bamboo razor is likely to satisfy his personal grooming style.

Zomchi eco razor is elegantly designed razor made from top quality stainless steel and sustainably-sourced bamboo.

With this unisex recyclable eco razor you will get even more control over the shave and it will take lesser moves. This leads to a much better shave with pores and skin that will not be left irritated.

Built and designed to last with durable and sturdy materials, this safety razor is a good zero-waste solution to non-reusable razors, enabling to minimize plastic waste. (more…)

5 wedding traditions to consider for your big day

Weddings are all about tradition. The white dress, the Best Man, the whole family together under one roof, and perhaps one too many glasses of wine! However, modern weddings have changed the way we think about tying the knot, and some of the traditions of the past are now commonly overlooked. Below, we’ve rounded up five of our favorite old and new traditions to ensure that your wedding is as good as it can be. Give these traditions a try…

Something blue

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe. It’s a well-known phrase, but modern brides don’t always conform to this tradition – especially the blue part. The idea is the old represents continuity, new offers some optimism for the future, borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness and blue for purity, love, and fidelity. Oh, and the coin is there to give you some good luck as you walk down the aisle. (more…)

The Natural Wonders of the Dead Sea, Israel

The Dead Sea, Located about an hour east of Jerusalem, beyond the sea level hills of the Judaean Desert is the lowest point on earth. The Dead Sea is not actually a sea, but rather a large lake that borders Israel to the west and Jordan to the east. Remarkably, it is over 1,400 feet below sea level. On this Dead Sea road trip I was accompanied by a fellow from tour operator in Israel.

Our first stop was at the northern end of the lake at a private beach which does require a fee but provides shaded spots, fresh water showers, a snack bar, and an area full of Dead Sea mud to detoxify you.”This is the most bizarre and glorious experience. I mean I am not holding any air in my lungs and I’m just totally floating. (more…)

What Not to Do when Teaching your Kids about Money

I’m talking today about buying things online in front of your kids. Like many women, I buy a lot of things online; clothing, books, and sunscreen. Anything I need, I see that “free shipping” sign, and my index finger is drawn like a magnet to the purchase button. But for three main reasons, I’ve decided that it’s not a good idea for my kids to see me buying all this stuff online, and here is why. The number one reason is that it’s just too tempting for them.

When they see thousands of objects within a matter of seconds, they’re so tempted, and I feel that for my kids it’s almost physically painful a notion that there is something out there they can’t have. Meanwhile, by not buying things online in front of them, I sort of avoid the inevitable complaining that, “Mommy isn’t buying X, Y or Z.” And the second reason is that then when I buy online or when anyone buys online, the whole physical exchange of money is not taking place in front of my kids. (more…)

When Your Son Is Going Through Puberty

How to deal with a son going through puberty? Because your little boy is becoming a man, and it’s confusing both of you And making it hard to breathe.

Step one, recognize the signs.

Is your son having mood swings? Does he have terrible body odor? And spend the same amount of time sleeping as you spend awake? Then, congratulations! And, I’m sorry; your son has hit puberty.

Step two, build a line of defense.

Your kid will be sweating from places he didn’t even know he had. And it’s going to smell. But don’t embarrass him. Instead, strategically plant bottles of Axe Gold around the house. Don’t even say anything about it. You’ll know for sure he’s using it because you’ll smell it all over the damn house. (more…)