Maximize your savings potential: unlock the power of using a savings tracker for financial peace of mind

Saving money is one of the most important financial habits that can help you achieve your financial goals. However, saving money can be challenging, especially if you don’t have a plan or a system in place. One of the most effective ways to save money is to use a savings tracker. A savings tracker is a tool that helps you keep track of your savings goals, progress, and achievements. In this blog post,I want to explore the benefits of using […]

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The lingering wounds of adult bullying: how emotional scars run deep

Bullying is often thought of as a behaviour that only occurs in childhood or adolescence. But adult bullies are also a reality that many people face. Adult bullying takes many forms and can have a significant impact on the victim’s emotional and mental well-being. What is adult bullying? Adult bullying includes verbal, physical, and emotional abuse. It can occur in the workplace, social settings, and even within families. Some examples of adult bullying include: Adult bullying is often fuelled by […]

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Introduction to henna: the Lawsonia plant, its history, traditions & uses

The use of henna to dye skin and hair has a long-standing tradition; some records indicate that we’ve been using it for over 9,000 years! It’s commonly known in the Middle East, Africa, and Southern and Western Asia. Historical records show that henna has been used for cosmetic purposes in, among others, the Roman Empire, the Convivencia-period in medieval Spain and Ancient Egypt. People who live in hot, arid climates have long been aware of the cooling properties of henna […]

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Alexandra Gustafsson on how empathy and creativity are at the heart of being an actor

I caught up with actress Alexandra Gustafsson to chat about creativity and empathy from the perspective of a stage performer. Alexandra is currently studying for her Master of Arts in Theatre and Drama. Her journey into the world of acting is a pretty classic one; she has loved being centre stage for as long as she can remember, and her childhood included a lot of coercing family members, friends and guests to sit through her one-woman shows. And whenever there […]

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The healing power of mermaid tears: how silversmith Amber Veyser Kitzler found her marbles on the beach

amber in her studio

I think if we lived on the same island, we’d be besties. When you scroll through Amber’s Instagram page, it’s just such a fun, jaunty place that it makes you want to jump on a plane and fly to Canada for your next vacay. Amber Veyser Kitzler, grew up in the Canadian Rockies but found the ocean when her mom moved Amber and her two brothers to Vancouver Island post-divorce. Amber is a passionate sea glasser and a self-taught silversmith. […]

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How to make money as an empath: 3 beliefs you need to cultivate if you want to find a job you’ll love

barista holding coffee filter for how to make money as an empath

I’ve heard all kind of advice on the kind of jobs empaths should or shouldn’t do. But you can’t really bunch every empath together and say, “You should do this job, that other one is bad for you” – becasue we’re still all individuals. And while we all share similar experiences of life, I think it’s just plain bad advice to tell someone what kind of job they should have. In fact, that’s how it all just gets even more […]

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Why women need their own money: become a one-woman revolution by being financially independent

woman walking down the street

Not that long ago, women were considered “not credit-worthy”. And in many countries this is still true today, even if it’s more convention than anything else. On a household level, women have been dissuaded from handling money matters and the awareness about investment decisions has been minimal. Women have a long history of being relegated to dealing with the household and running it on an allotted budget while the menfolk go out to earn an income and participate in the […]

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How to change your money mindset from stressed & scared to secure, confident & abundant as a woman: 6 powerful tips on how to do it

how to learn how to hold more abundance

You probably think I’m crazy for saying that the secret to establishing stability and increasing wealth comes down to attitude. After all, you can’t just *think* money into existence. Even so, I believe that your money mindset has a huge impact on how successful you are at achieving your financial goals, getting out of debt and living an abundant life – and not just in terms of material wealth. By adjusting your money mindset you make it easier for yourself […]

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6 tips to help you bring more money into your life

How to shift your mind into abundance mode

Wondering why every time you get money it seems to leave as quickly as it came? Struggling to hit your next income goal so that the number in your bank account would last a little longer? Yeah, I’ve been there. And I know how frustrating it is to try and grow that number in your bank account but all you end up with is empty pockets at the end of every month. But what can you do to change that? […]

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The world needs more rich women! Here are 6 habits to help you shift your money mindset and create more abundance in your life

7 habits you can learn to day to bring more money into your life

What do you think; is there more money in your future? Or are you using your thoughts and energy to repel wealth and abundance? Why I’m bringing this up, is because abundance is an energy. And when you approach it that way it becomes far easier to create the good stuff in life. It doesn’t matter if you crave more money, more love, more friendships, more joy, more health or even more fun – by making yourself ready to receive […]

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Old Hollywood Starlets: 14 portraits in acrylic of striking actresses that are to die for

Painting people can be a massive pain in the ass. I mean, you just get one thing a bit off and it looks like a completely different person. I decided, once and for all, that it was time to get better at drawing people. Doing it in colour scared me, so I did it in monochrome. Back in 2018 when I started drawing on the iPad I wanted to learn how to use Procreate (my drawing app) better. On canvas […]

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Is my art for you?

Sunset unicorn doodles

I love making empowering art for women. Because I want all you badass bitches to have my art in your life. I want it to inspire you every day. I want the women who are still growing up. I want the women who’ve already seen things and done things. I want the women who are content with their life. And the women who are still searching for themselves or for something else. I want the brutally honest, the terminally awkward […]

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When God created woman he was working late on the 6th day

An adaptation of ‘When God Created Mothers’ by Erma Bombeck When God created woman he was working late on the 6th day. An angel came by and asked, ”Why spend so much time on her?” The Lord answered, “Have you seen all the specifications I have to meet to shape her? “She must function in all kinds of situations, cure herself when sick and have the ability to work 18 hours a day. “She must be able to embrace several […]

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