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Do Not Go Quietly

Once upon a time I was the youngest kid in the corporate conference room. I never thought twice before I spoke and digital jargon rolled effortlessly off my tongue. There was some good reason for this. I had decent knowledge of HTML, taught myself Flash (some of you may need to look that up) and when digital media went social, I mastered that as well, at least in the early days. I can still remember the son of a local ad agency owner calling me “the digital guy”. These were heady pioneering yea...
Tags: Business, Life, David Armano


This Cool Color Trend Is Taking Over Fashion Month

If color trends were like the beloved offspring in the grand family of fashion, then the attendees of Milan Fashion Week have a very obvious favorite child. The street style scene has been dipped in various tones of this shade and, like Billie Eilish’s hair (that's a clue!), we couldn't be more into it. After days of monitoring the stylish behaviors of Milan's impeccably dressed show-goers, we're declaring green the official color of the season and there's nothing Grinch-like about it. We’ve spo...
Tags: Amazon, Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Milan, Etsy, Jennifer Lopez, Peter Pan, Grinch, Asos, Milan Fashion Week, Don, Bloomingdale, Billie Eilish, Gumby, Charles Keith


7 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Look Luxurious

Let’s face it! The first room we visit before starting our day, and the last room to wash off all day’s worries, is our bathroom. Just imagine the opulent feel, if this bathroom gives the same luxurious touch as that of a five-star hotel’s suite. We can help you achieve the same level of excellence, with some amazing tricks. A luxury shower panel, elegantly designed thematic accessories, professional lighting, and voila! You have it in your personal space! Here are seven ingenious...
Tags: Fashion, Home Decor, Bath, Bathroom, Shower, Don, Home Life, Bathroom Makeover, Bathroom Refresh, Bathtime, Bath Time, Bath Tub, Bathroom Renovation, Peace Lily Golden Pothos Boston


4 Tips On Home Installations for 2020

Home installation is a time-consuming process that can be costly if you do not set yourself a budget. Because of this, it is important to monitor pricing and do all that you can to complete the job within a chosen time frame. In this article, we will be providing you with our top tips to help you master home installations in 2020.  Assess The Costs  When looking at home installations of any kind, the cost is the most important aspect. Not only can it determine the amount that you a...
Tags: Fashion, Roof, Home Life, Roofing, Home Installations, Roof Repairs, Roofing Material, Roofing Materials, Tips On Home Installations


5 Surprising Facts About CBD Oil for Dogs

Don’t you agree that man’s best friend deserves the very best when it comes to nutrition and overall well being? Regardless of whether you own a large German Shepherd, a medium-sized dog like a Boxer, or a small breed like a Chihuahua, nutritional supplements like CBD oil for dogs offer excellent benefits.  CBD products are specially formulated for animals with pet-friendly flavors and digestive-friendly carrier oils. If you are yet to explore the possibilities of CBD oil, here are some...
Tags: Fashion, Chihuahua, Bay Seizures, It Improves Digestive Health Aging


Tarotscopes that slay: New moon in Pisces

Pisces Season is a mystery.  The last sign of the Zodiac doesn’t promise answers to the most profound of life’s questions– it only promises to take us deeper into the questions themselves.  Depending on your relationship with the unknown, Pisces Season can either be a mystical, creative time full of surprise or a miserable slog through your own hidden lose ends.  I’ve had both, sometimes concurrently. I think of Pisces as the sign of the dreamtime, the void and the invisible world. Pisces is th...
Tags: Life, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Star, Arizona, Angel, Magic, Jesus, Cher, Pacific Ocean, Knight of Cups, Diana Ross, Neptune, Mercury, Capricorn, Zodiac


10 Wardrobe Essentials for Any Capsule Wardrobe

Tired of one-season wardrobe wonders? The capsule wardrobe life is the ultimate answer that beautifully battles the cycle and harmful environmental effects of the fast fashion industry. By investing in pieces that not only endure each season but also pair well with each other, you effectively create an outstanding collection of garments worthy of an international fashion week.  Though you give up the ability to cave into fleeting fashion trends, there are plenty of trendy wardrobe essen...
Tags: Fashion, Wardrobe, Hoop, Fashion Tips, Fashion Trends, Fashion Advice, Trend Alert, Wardrobe Must-Haves, Affordable Fashion, Wardrobe Essentials, Wardrobe Basics, Capsule Wardrobe, Secret Celebrity, Secret Celebrity Shoes, Secret Celebrity Rosaria, Secret Celebrity Rosaria Flats


Attar Collection: Crystal Love For Him, Crystal Love For Her

ATTAR COLLECTION from the United Arab Emirates presents two very interesting editions: Crystal Love For Him and Crystal Love For Her. The concept of the two creations is designed as the elixirs of love, like a union of two lovers. The team of perfumers was inspired by a well-known Middle Eastern legend about the love between beautiful Leyla and the Arab poet and Bedouin Majnun. As said fr... Read full article: Attar Collection: Crystal Love For Him, Crystal Love For Her from Fragrantica...
Tags: Fashion, United Arab Emirates, Leyla, Fragrantica Perfumes, Attar, Bedouin Majnun


BTS Reveal What Matters Most To Them In The Lyrics For “ON”

NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 21: Hope, SUGA, Jungkook, Jimin, RM, V and Jin of the K-pop band BTS are seen on February 21, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by JNI/Star Max/GC Images) BTS leader RM summed up the theme of their newest album, Map of the Soul: 7 best during the septet’s appearance on the Today Show in New York City. “This album is like a big statement and declaration that we admit our destiny, we admit our shadows and lights at the same time,” he said. “We recognize our destiny and...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, New York City, Los Angeles, Paris, Persona, Seoul, Blue Devils, New York City Photo, Suga, Jin, RM, Martha Graham, Jimin, JNI Star Max GC Images BTS


Violent men are to blame, not Tinder. But online dating comes with risk | Barbara Ellen

After the horrific murder of Grace Millane, it’s worth reflecting on safety measures for datingWomen, please never feel that you have to be “cool” about dating strangers you meet online.The killer of Grace Millane has been jailed for life, a minimum of 17 years, for strangling her to death in a hotel room in Auckland, New Zealand, after a Tinder date, the night before her 22nd birthday. Afterwards, the man, whose name has been suppressed, watched porn and took intimate “trophy” photos of the Bri...
Tags: Technology, Tinder, Life and style, UK News, World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Online Dating, Auckland, Barbara Ellen, Auckland New Zealand, Grace Millane


"I love this shirt... You gotta see this shirt... He looks safe. He doesn't look like he's gonna start a fist fight."

Says Donald Trump, asking that a guy in a shirt be brought up on stage at yesterday's Las Vegas rally. Then he brings up another guy — a guy wearing a suit patterned as a brick wall — and the woman with him. Here, I've clipped out a couple minutes:After they go back to their seats, he says, about the couple, "I just said how long have you 2 been together. Figured they'd say, 'We're married.' He met her at the rally in Colorado" — the previous day! — "Do you believe it?! Man, did he get lucky!" —...
Tags: Fashion, Law, Colorado, Las Vegas, Donald Trump, Ann Althouse, Trump rhetoric, Trump idolatry


Naturally conservatives are furious at gay people for Utah decriminalizing polygamy

Via Flickr The state Senate of Utah voted this week to reclassify polygamy from a felony to a misdemeanor crime. In an oh-so-predictable twist, conservatives have already blamed marriage equality. To be clear: polygamy is not legal in Utah, even under the new statute. That hasn’t stopped conservative publication The Federalist from a hyperbolic attack on LGBTQ rights, in essence blaming legalization of polygamy which hasn’t even happened on queer visibility and marriage equality. Author David...
Tags: Utah, Feature, New York Post, Polygamy, Life, Senate, Lifestyle, United States, David Marcus, Marriage Equality, Marcus, Ad Friendly, Robert E Lee, Jefferson Davis, The Federalist


I Got My Driver’s License on the Amalfi Coast

I know what you’re probably thinking. Worst idea ever, right? The Amalfi Coast Road might be one of the world’s most beautiful drives, but it is certainly not one of its easiest – from the driver’s seat. Full of twists and turns, barely wide enough for two cars to pass let alone big buses, blind curves galore, and 9 billion scooters (that’s the official count) zipping in and out of traffic make the Amalfi Coast a challenging place to drive. Let’s not even get started on parking … John ...
Tags: Travel, Lifestyle, America, Rome, Italy, Venice, Harper, Naples, Amalfi Coast, Dante, Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, John Steinbeck, Steinbeck, Giovanna


The Power Of Elizabeth Warren Forces Bloomberg To Release Women From NDAs

In less than a week, presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg completely changed his tune regarding non-disclosure agreements at his company. The credit for this swift change goes to none other than Sen. Elizabeth Warren after she shone a precise and unrelenting spotlight on the issue at last Wednesday’s Democratic debate in Las Vegas and refused to let it go. Several lawsuits have been filed over the years against Bloomberg’s company by women blaming him for fostering a culture of sexual ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Bloomberg, Warren, Las Vegas, Bloomberg LP, Sen Elizabeth Warren, NDA, Mike Bloomberg, Power Of Elizabeth Warren Forces Bloomberg, Washington Post Warren


Thailand’s first T20 World Cup wicket was a run-out

Thailand take a wicket (via BBC video) This was, apparently, highly likely. According to Jrod, women’s cricket features a hell of a lot more run-outs than men’s cricket. The fact that the fielding restrictions keep fielders closer than in the men’s game is a large part of the reason why. It means they get to the ball quicker for one, but it also means it’s harder to find gaps and so the batters are more likely to get bogged down and do something stupid. Thailand’s first Wor...
Tags: England, Sex, Bbc, Thailand, West Indies, Associates, Matthews, Kirby, Mohammad Nabi, Hayley Matthews, Jrod, Lee-Ann Kirby, Naruemol Chaiwai, West Indies Lee Ann Kirby


We don’t just need more disabled stories on TV. We need better disabled stories on TV.

The first time I saw myself represented on TV was in 2012. I was a junior in college, and having just discovered Breaking Bad on Netflix (back before Orange is the New Black was even a thing, good god I’m old!), I was amazed to see someone with Cerebral Palsy on my screen. Of course at the time, I don’t think I understood the sheer magnitude of what this meant. For me, it was cool to see someone like that, simply because I had never seen it before.  Fortunately, we’ve come a long way...
Tags: Facebook, TV, Life, Lifestyle, Netflix, Seattle, Grey, Ad Friendly, Queerty, GLAAD, Josh Thomas, O'Connell, Eudora, Carmen Sandiego, Josh Galassi, Shoshannah Stern


Et tu, Wendy? 9 allies who betrayed their LGBTQ followers

Self-proclaimed LGBTQ ally Wendy Williams is in the middle of a PR nightmare. It all started last week when she launched into what can only be described as an antigay tirade on her show. In a pre-Valentine’s Day rant, Williams went after gay men, demanding they “stop wearing our skirts and our heels.” “Looky here now, gay men, you’ll never be the women that we are,” Williams said. “No matter how gay.” AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); Related: Wendy ...
Tags: Twitter, Life, Lifestyle, NFL, Summer, Los Angeles, Cnn, Williams, Psa, Graham, Atlantic City, Wendy Williams, Bette Midler, Terry Crews, Terry, Steve


Don Letts: ‘Punk was a refuge from racism’

The DJ and musician, 64, on being black and British, finding a scene, and why punk’s not deadJamaican people love country and western. My first musical memory is sitting at home with my dad, listening to incarnations of what would become reggae on his sound system. But as well as Prince Buster, and Toots and the Maytals, my dad loved things like Welcome to My World by Jim Reeves. It was the storytelling he could relate to.I know the exact moment I wanted music to be my life. I was 14 or 15, it w...
Tags: Music, London, Life and style, Culture, Punk, Pete Townshend, Vic, Buster, Keith Moon, Don Letts, Toots, Jim Reeves


Philipp Plein NO LIMIT$: A Storm Of Energy, Money, Sex, Muscles

PHILIPP PLEIN has the pleasure in sharing the news with us about  NO LIMIT$, the newest, high-voltage fragrance which will be officially presented at the upcoming Philipp Plein No Limit$ Fall/Winter 2020-21 Women's and Men's Collection Fashion Show. The fragrance is announced as "a storm of energy, money, sex and muscles" born of a co-creation by Philipp Plein himself and the internationally... Read full article: Philipp Plein NO LIMIT$: A Storm Of Energy, Money, Sex, Muscles from Fragranti...
Tags: Fashion, Philipp Plein, Fragrantica Perfumes


Oscilloscope Swoops for U.S. Rights to Martin Margiela Feature Doc From Dogwoof (EXCLUSIVE)

Oscilloscope has swooped for U.S. rights to a feature documentary on mysterious fashion designer Martin Margiela from doc specialist Dogwoof. The elusive Belgian designer, considered the “Banksy of fashion” because he never appears in public, is known for rising in the ranks from Jean Paul Gaultier’s assistant to creative director at Hermes and ultimately to an […]
Tags: Fashion, News, Global, Banksy, Hermès, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dogwoof, Martin Margiela


Saturday Links

Curated links for your weekend reading: How to Improve Your Preaching Here are 11 questions I’ve been asking myself as I think about improving as a preacher. When Calamity Strikes, Pastors & Missionaries Are ”Essential Personnel” Be encouraged, brother pastors, you are essential personnel. 5 Reasons Pastors Ought to Pray for Slow Growth We live in a world that idolizes speed, size, and flash. This isn’t the Christ I worship, and I’m not sure it’s the church I want to worship in...
Tags: Featured, Life, Links, Canada


Conscious Conversations

I’m leaning into an inspired idea that I’ve been wanting to explore for a while now, which is to have deep and interesting conversations with various friends, record them, and share them – especially friends who are very into personal growth or who are doing empowering transformational work in the world. There are two parts to my intention. The first part is to give people more insight into real conversations that growth-oriented people are having about life, the universe, and everything. Ins...
Tags: Relationships, Careers, Steve, Martin, Rachelle, CGC, Conscious Growth Club, Martin Rutte


Our eureka moment: what I learned from swapping breadwinning roles with my husband

Trading places with a partner can bring challenges. But if done well, you’ll reap the rewardsFour years ago, my husband Dan and I were a bottle of wine down in our draughty, small, city house, our son finally asleep in the boxroom upstairs. We were in the throes of something that usually stays in the realm of fantasy: a bout of scheming – dreaming, really – about our alternative lives.Dan provided our financial security but had had enough of his job in local government and yearned for a simpler ...
Tags: Family, London, Money, Relationships, Life and style, Work & careers, Parents and parenting, Dan



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