Apply cellotape in a line on your nails to prepare the surface for the next coat. Make sure your base coat is evenly applied and 100% dry so that when you pull the tape off it doesn’t damage the varnish. A top coat usually helps with this. Again, make sure it’s completely dry. I usually […]Read more "Simple DIY Nail Art"
I’m sure most of us were saddened to hear of the passing of Robin Williams today. Here are just a few of my favourite scenes from a few of my favourite movies with Robin Williams. He was one of my favourite actors and will always be a legend. He’s survived by his son, daughter, and […]Read more "My Favourite Robin Williams’ Clips"
I’m lazy and I get hungry. Therefore this post. My definition of healthy is fairly lazy too, so don’t get on my case about the ingredients. I basically mean “not cheese-smothered pizza with a high fat milkshake” when I say healthy, so go with it. Step 1: Get a cooler bag to put the ingredients […]Read more "Healthy Food for Lazy People"
It wasn’t until I read this article by the creator of the Everyday Sexism project about her own feminist wedding that I realised that what my partner and I have planned for our own wedding also has a uniquely feminist bent. Our relationship, engagement, wedding, and ultimately our marriage have seen us both on equal […]Read more "Our Feminist Wedding"
A lot of people online seem to be taking issue with this picture based on what they call “common sense” or the fact that “it just doesn’t feel right.” If you break it down though, the maths checks out. Let’s start with the distance of the moon from Earth. This varies greatly. The average distance […]Read more "Every planet in our solar system could fit between Earth and the Moon"
It’s never easy having the realisation that you’re never going to be able to advance as far as you want to in your career or be as satisfied with your life unless you rewind the clock and pick up some pieces that you may have let fall by the way side. Maybe you’re like […]Read more "Learning High School Maths and Science as an Adult"
“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, ‘I have lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.’ You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” ~ Eleanor […]Read more "Visual Thought #51"