As any long-term car aficionado can tell you, there is very little chance that the car of your dreams will be sitting on a lot in the factory as is. You have to first get something that you enjoy driving and upgrade it using the best in aftermarket techniques and companies. This is the only way that you can truly get the car of your dreams with the performance that you will likely require on the street and in the showroom.
Women – especially moms – usually fall prey to shopping guilt. We feel guilty whenever we give in to temptation and buy stuff for ourselves. I sometimes experience shopping guilt – and I know that I am not alone. My fellow moms often post about this feeling on their Facebook and Twitter accounts. In addition, a survey has shown that 8 out of 10 women do experience guilt after they have went on a shopping spree. If you also share the same dilemma, here are some tips that can help you get rid of the guilt when shopping…
Buy something for everyone.
Buy something for the hubby, the kids, your siblings – and everyone in your household IF you have the money to do so. Doing so will lessen your feelings of ‘selfishness’ which you’d probably regard yourself with if you’d only buy stuff for yourself. Also, buying stuff for your loved ones and seeing the smiles on their faces with your surprise gifts will make you feel better. Remember, however, that buying more means spending more so, again, do this ONLY IF YOU HAVE ENOUGH MONEY. Continue reading
Every girl has them. They are like our bibles. Whether you have gorgeous curls or sleek straight hair, hair tools are essential for the 21st century fashionista.
But with so many different types of devices on the market, how do you know which one to choose? Should you use heated rollers to achieve waves or a curling tong? Which tool MUST be a part of your daily hair styling routine?
Here is the hair tool handbook to beat all other handbooks.
- Hair straightener
Step away from the ironing board because hair straighteners are indispensable at calming frizz. Maintain polished hair and an ultra-sleek look with a straightening kit. Continue reading
When I was pregnant with my first baby, I was overly excited to shop for the stuff I thought she would need. I think most would-be parents are like that. The urge to buy almost everything everyone says you’ll need is just too much to resist. However, based on my experience, first time parents, grandparents, and would-be godparents should really fight the temptation for their own sake. Why? Because a lot of baby products – especially baby clothing – either have extremely limited lifespan or they are completely unnecessary. If it’s your first time to have a baby in the family and you are planning to buy tons of baby clothing, hold your horses and read the following tips on how to shop clothes for your newborn baby – the smart way.
Consider ignoring designer newborn baby clothes
Designers know how to make the cutest baby clothes that you will find hard to resist – but, as I’ve said earlier, you need to resist. This is because all those mini versions of your grown up outfits will just go to waste since your baby is bound to grow super fast and she’ll just sleep – A LOT.
So you’re planning to propose to the girl of your dreams and you’ve got everything planned? You’ve got the perfect skit, the perfect venue, the perfect music, and the perfect team of surprise-makers but wait? – do you have the perfect ring?
If you have not found the perfect ring just yet, you may want to take a look at Ritani rings. Ritani rings are exquisitely detailed and perfectly finished handcrafted designer engagement rings.