If you are anything like me or the other readers here at Pink Onion, you are already anxiously awaiting the arrival of summer. Sure, it may be a couple of months away, but it is never too early to start getting your head into shopping mode.
Do you love to travel? Is the coming spring sunshine filling you with the desire to get out and get active? Traveling is the spice of life, and many people work simply to support their footloose habit. Whether you like to ritz it up in beautiful hotels or rough it out in mother nature, summer is the ideal time for travel.
Life is stressful, no matter who you are or what you do. But, what separates successful people from the ones going bonkers, more often than not, is how mindful they choose to be about their situations. People who learn various techniques of mindfulness, often associated with meditation, are always going to give themselves a lift in terms of attitude when they need it the most.
There was a time when we had no other way to connect with each other, other than having to meet in person. Warm greetings were exchanged and the term ‘chatting’ was rarely even heard of. But now, our lifestyles have changed so much to a completely technology-driven world. Whether this is a positive change or not, it is up to each of us to decide.
Us fahionistas are a complex bunch at times – most times. I mean the horror of rocking up at a do, only to be met with the nightmare of someone wearing the exact same outfit as you, is enough to make you want to crawl into a deep, dark hole. We never want to experience the terror of coming across as style-duplicates and yet most content you read about fashion is heavily focussed on trends. If it’s content that has anything to do with style and fashion, most readers navigate right past the exclusive, one-of-a-kind stuff and rather focus on what’s trending, what’s “in-season” and what’s “next”. Continue reading
Regardless of our different cultures and backgrounds, we all probably fancy getting to know this giant marble which we call home, a little deeper. Just pack our bags and grab the next train or plane to an unknown destination sounds like lots of fun, but unfortunately, the economic situation of Great Britain is not at its brightest spot right now. Continue reading