Winter brew ha-ha: Tea time on the Posse

Perfume PosseWinter brew ha-ha: Tea time on the Posse Howdy, dear Posse folks! It pains me to admit it to you, but I have fallen off the tea wagon a bit in the past year or two. I wish I could tell you all that I’ve been a tea-sampling… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseWinter brew ha-ha: Tea time on the Posse
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DermaClara Review

Addressing post acne marks, scarring and hyperpigmentation is one of the most difficult skin concerns to manage. But thankfully, new technologies are consistently being developed to appropriately manage and solve this issue. One of the newer options on the market is silicone fusion therapy....
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Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment

If you’re looking for a lightweight, yet intensely nourishing eye cream, that also offers a number of benefits outside of hydration, you may want to check out the Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment. Kiehl’s has been known for years for their hydration and nourishing formulas and has some of the most well...
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La Mer Genaissance

La Mer is one of the most well known luxury skincare brands on the market, and for good reason. Their products continued to set the bar for high quality ingredients and expertly crafted formulations. But how exactly do these ingredients and formulations benefits our skin? Today, we’re looking at...
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Olga Lorencin Review

Fueled by bringing together classic techniques and remedies with the newest advancements in technology, Olga Lorencin created the Olga Lorencin Skin Care line to reflect the same approach she takes when treating clients in her Los Angeles-based clinic. Currently, the brand offers a full range of...
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Annie and Gary and Me

If you like cricket and you're on Twitter, and you follow everybody that everyone else follows, you will probably have heard of Annie Chave. These days, it seems, most people have. Among other things, Annie commentates on Guerilla Cricket, and she recently had the privilege of being flown to Barbados to broadcast on the First Test between the West Indies (they will never ever be called the 'Windies' around here) and England. The only thing stopping it being the trip of a lifetime is the fact ...
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Get Your 1st Viva Woman FREE Ebook on Facial Cleansing!

Copyright © Hello! I am so excited to offer you my first free ebook: Facial Cleansing Tips to Youthful Looking Skin. This is an 18-pager to help you learn tips about effective cleansing that will contribute to healthy and youthful looking skin in the long run. Here are the contents you can look forward to...Read More Related posts: The best of Viva Woman What comes 1st: shampoo or facial cleanser? About Viva Woman Advertise on Viva Woman Specials and offers for Viva Woma...
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“Looking for And” Podcast Interview on Connection Culture

My wife Katie and I recently interviewed with Doug Hensch, host of the Looking for And podcast. In the interview, we seek to answer why some organizations both consistently outperform their competitors AND serve as great places to work. We also share how Katie’s cancer journey influenced our thoughts on loneliness, resilience, and Connection Culture. Listen to the episode and consider sharing it with a friend. The post “Looking for And” Podcast Interview on Connection Culture appeared first on M...
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Flashback of Child Sexual Abuse

I am 20 years old and I have recently been diagnosed with severe depression. For some time now, I have also been having trouble with anxiety (panic attacks), self-harm, alcohol abuse and suicidal thoughts. Recently, when my doctor asked me about a specific event that may have caused my mental health issues, I didn’t know what to answer. However, later that day I had a flashback – one specific scene about me as a child lying on the ground, frozen, and a guy from my school, naked, forcing himself ...
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What It Means That Harry & Meghan Will "Split Courts" From William & Kate

The royal family is reportedly splitting up.No, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren’t divorcing, though their “court” is breaking from Prince William and Kate Middleton’s in the coming weeks, according to The Sunday Times. But what exactly does splitting courts mean for the royal fab four?First up, let’s discuss what a royal court is. It’s really just a fancy way of saying the royal team. Right now, Prince Harry and Prince William share a joint team, or household, based at Kensington Palace wh...
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"Boys have teased me about my curves since 5th grade. My mom said 'hold your head high and don’t let it bother you.' That @Fox2News story was way out of line. I’m tough, I can take it."

Tweeted Gretchen Whitmer, the Governor of Michigan, who wore a dress to her State of the State Address that was just way too tight. As many of the commenters (at The Daily Mail) observe, you can see the outline of her bellybutton. It's not really fair to accuse everyone of body shaming when you wear something that fits so poorly. People talk about Trump's tie being too long.... [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Huge Tunnel Found Under Location Of Trump’s Border Wall

Maybe this will put a stop to his plans.
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A Week In NYC On A $150,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Are you NYC-based and getting married soon? Join Refinery29 Work & Money Director, Lindsey Stanberry, for a fun evening talking marriage and money moves, this Thursday, February 21 at 7 p.m., at the Zola pop-up. It's free! Just RSVP here.Today: an associate ...
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20 pearls of #gaywisdom gleamed from Gay Twitter

It's common knowledge that gay people do most everything better.
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Everyone had an opinion about how to hang the curtains: on a woman's right to use tools | Phoebe Paterson de Heer

I had to gain the confidence that always seemed to come naturally to my partner to release my inner handywomanLast year my partner and I moved into a new house. The whole exercise was exhilarating – finally, a place we owned – but it also unearthed in me a desperation, a deep frustration. For a long time I’ve wanted to be someone who fixes things, builds things, someone who is capable in practical day-to-day tasks. I own tools, I have ideas and I tinker with my surroundings, but I’ve never felt ...
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Phoebe Bridgers & Mandy Moore Have More To Say After Ryan Adams Allegations, As More Women In Music Speak Out

After seven women and more than a dozen associates detailed singer-songwriter Ryan Adams’ alleged pattern of sexual misconduct and emotionally manipulative behavior to the New York Times, more women in the industry have come forward to condemn Adams. He denies the accusations.Musician Phoebe Bridgers, who was among the original seven to speak to the NYT, elaborated on her thoughts, feelings, and the support she has received from those around her since the news broke. “It’s been a weird week and...
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The Natural Experiment: New Perfumes from J.Hannah Co.

  Jessica Hannah is not on a crusade to carry you over to “the natural side” of perfume, and yet she’s one of the most compelling creators in the natural perfume world today. She’s chosen an all-natural palette from which to work, but that fact just becomes a interesting footnote when contemplating the work itself. Her fragrances have won well-deserved awards and accolades, from a covete... Read full article: The Natural Experiment: New Perfumes from J.Hannah Co. from Fragrantica Perfumes and C...
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How A Pro Chef Cooks Octopus In A Tiny, Ill-Equipped Kitchen

I Made Grilled Octopus In A Kitchen Without A Sink On Good Chef, Bad Kitchen , professionals take on the ultimate challenge: Cooking in a bare, under-utilized kitchen. In this episode, chef Adriana Urbina, formerly of De Maria, shows us how to make a perfectly tender grilled octopus.There are several dishes in the world that at first glance seem a bit too high-maintenance for home cooking. Eggs Benedict, with its buttery, temperamental hollandaise sauce, is one. And octopus, with the prop...
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Sunday Best: A fairy-tale confection worn by Michelle Yeoh

The gown, by Elie Saab, is that beautifully shadowy color where blue meets gray, encrusted with gold and silver.
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5 DIY Projects You Shouldn’t Try To Tackle

So you wanted to create cabinet boxes or maybe perhaps you want to retile the kitchen floor. You say to yourself that you can do it and you just cannot pay the extra buck for the help you “know” you do not need. The only problem is, you are wrong. It is true that quite a lot of household repairs and upgrades can be done by a homeowner that is handy with a hammer. But there are still quite a lot of home changes that you should leave to the professionals. Part of millennial thinking ...
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Perfumed Horoscope February 18 - February 24

Things are changing and shifting these days, even if we are perfectly happy in our world. Tuesday brings a heavy full moon: Misunderstandings flare up around deceptions and deep-seated fears, like the fear of intimacy, for example. When we decide to dig in and stand our ground, we will realize we need to transform the whole situation and shed an old skin. This week we are looking at the magic... Read full article: Perfumed Horoscope February 18 - February 24 from Fragrantica Perfumes and Co...
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Best & Worst of 2000s Fashion Trends

Best & Worst of 2000s Fashion Trends Ahhh, the 2000s. Never has a decade seemed so close, yet so far away. We still know all the words to Survivor by Destiny’s Child, but a hot pink phone that flips open seems pretty archaic. Fashion trends of the 2000s hit us the same way. Some of those trends seem so relevant even today. And others, not so much. Here’s a look back at some of the best and worst of the decade. The Best Fashion Trends of the 2000s 1. Yoga Pants Did we ever live in a world in whic...
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Parfums MDCI and fine art

  The new Parfums MDCI project has matured in the head of Claude Marchale, art director and owner of the Parisian brand. Tired of answering the question “What inspired you to create a fragrance?” he decided to provide an answer to it on the packaging and bottles of the fragrances. So Mr. Marchale chose several famous paintings from museum collections, guided only by his own artistic taste... Read full article: Parfums MDCI and fine art from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine.
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Florida elementary school teacher under fire for reading book about gay bunnies in class

Officials at Pinecrest Elementary are investigating a teacher for reading the pro-gay children's book to students
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"Dana Densmore, a founding member of the separatist group Cell 16, took issue with the idea that sex was a basic human need."

"In 1968 in a journal appropriately titled 'No More Fun and Games,' she wrote that 'guerrillas' had important things to do and couldn’t be sidetracked by sex, which was 'inconvenient, time-consuming, energy-draining and irrelevant.' Romantic love was a problem, too. Ti-Grace Atkinson, a radical feminist philosopher, positioned it as the enemy of independence and insecurity. 'What is love but need?' she wrote in 1968. 'What is love but fear?' Other early feminists weren’t against romance in a per...
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Ellen Page vs. Chris Pratt: Should gays expect their allies to boycott religion?

The love of money is the root of all evil. Wait. Make that "religion" -- that is the root of all evil.
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‘Before You Know It’ star Jen Tullock on dismantling anti-queer norms in film

The co-writers also talk indie filmmaking, queer characters, and working with big-name stars at the Sundance
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Third Test Notes: No-one born slow gets fast

Pace bowling remains one of the game's great unknowables. There is mystery inherent within it, and very few men on earth can do what Mark Wood did in St Lucia last week. As the old sprinters' proverb goes: 'no-one born slow ever got fast'.It was interesting to hear Wood describe it as "feeling like a superhero." When I worked with Simon Jones on his book The Test, he made the same analogy: "It's like having a superpower, it's a surge, an urge. It's a feeling like no other, to know that the oppos...
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