Magic Tools to Fight your Very First Wrinkles

Beauty and Gadgets

With today  environmental pollution, stress level and many other factors, wrinkles might appears at very young age.

Few months ago I have experienced a little shock when one morning I looked at myself in the mirror and to my huge surprise, noticed the appearance of one forehead wrinkle and  few under eyes ones. I was totally not ready to accept first signs of aging, as before every other mornings, I was checking out my reflection in the mirror very closely and have not seen this wrinkles coming.

As a result, I had to come up with express magic solution against first sign of aging. My research over the internet together with numerous consultations with beauty therapists, helped me to develop my first aid kit to fight my very first tiny wrinkles.
So, First of all:

* Do not panic. We are all aging at different time (more or less…

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5 Kickass Tips to Organize Your Life

That California Style

I’ll be the first to admit that I was an incredibly unorganized person until I got to college.  I didn’t take good notes in class, regularly procrastinated on assignments, flat out forgot to get things done, etc.


Today, I’m proud to say that I’m incredibly organized.  It’s an attribute I’ve come to value highly in myself and others.  Adding just a little bit of organization into your routine can take you surprisingly far down the path to success.  Even if organization doesn’t come easily to you, with a little practice these tips can quickly become habit.


In the spirit of springtime, the season of fresh starts, I thought I’d pass on my top 5 organizational tips to help get a handle on your daily life, both at work and at home:

1.  Make to-do listsI started making to-do lists every single day during college and it…

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Clothing Haul Part I


Hello my lovely readers 🙂

I’ve wanting to do a haul for quite a while, but I never I’ve been postponing it so today the day has finally arrived. I’m going to saw you some of the things I’ve been buying trough 2015, since it’s already April I have to warn you it’s a really huge haul.

I love reading about other peoples haul, I don’t know if it’s whereat to find inspiration or because I’m a bit nosey. The clothes and complements are from high street shops.

-Jumpers and t-shirts:

Since in January it was quite cold, I decided to buy two jumpers on sales. Both of them are from Bershka.


When I saw this jumper in the shop I immediately fall in love with it. It’s made out of this new material which is this kind of fluffy, cosy hair. It’s just so soft and warm. I love the…

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Formidable Women – Marie Curie 1867-1934

Gerhart von Kap-herr


My third selection of ‘formidable women’ is Marie Curie, who had been honoured by none other than François Mitterrand, the 21st and longest-servingPresident of France (1981 until 1995) with the reburial of her and her husband’s bodies under the dome of the Panthéon, as he said, “in order to finally respect the equality of women and men before the law and in reality” (“pour respecter enfin….l’égalité des femmes et des hommes dans le droit comme dans les faits”).  Mitterrand’s gesture was of particular note not only because Marie Curie was being honoured for helping to increase the prestige of France in the scientific world, but because she was an immigrant, and perhaps most importantly, because she was a woman.

Marie Sklodowska, as she was known before marriage, was born in Warsaw in 1867. Although shy and introverted, she had a brilliant aptitude for study and a…

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A Bit About Nellie

Nellie Sheridan Wilson On the square


Welcome to the official web-page for the Nellie Sheridan Wilson Statue Committee.   In 2014,  members of the Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Society formed a special committee in order to oversee the creation of a statue dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Nellie Sheridan Wilson.

It is the sole purpose of this website to offer insight into the life of Nellie Sheridan Wilson, a woman  who exhibited self-determination as a woman working in Appalachian Ohio at the turn of the nineteenth century and into the twentieth century.  It is the intention of this site to  promote an understanding of Nellie Sheridan Wilson, a most fascinating historical figure, and to illustrate her significant contributions to Somerset, Ohio and how regional identity,  family values,  community involvement, and  the societal norms of the day, aided in shaping her charming yet resilient character.

Nellie's mother,  Kate Gallin Nellie’s mother, Kate Gallin Sheridan

Nelie Sheridan Wilson…

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