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What was the last brand that disappointed you?

Not a massive disappointment, but Guerlain’s Matte Rouge Gs just rarely apply as smoothly or as flatteringly as I’d expect based on marketing and past experience with the Rouge G range. — Christine Join Discussion [Author: Christine]
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3 Reasons Toronto Cupcakes Are Worth The Trip

Toronto is home to plenty of exciting stores and excellent products, but one that many people forget to look out for is cupcakes. They’re small, tasty, and come in dozens of different varieties and styles, but are they worth going out for? And, more importantly, how well does Toronto do cupcakes in the grand scheme of things? As a standalone snack Toronto cupcakes, at their core, following the same idea as any other area’s cupcakes: they’re small, tasty cakes with plenty of icing and...
Tags: Fashion, Toronto, Cupcakes, Gift Box, Food & Snacks, Birthday Cupcakes, Cupcake Gift Box, Toronto Cupcakes, Reasons Toronto Cupcakes, Are Toronto


Sunday Firesides: Compliment Deflection is Gift Denial

You hand someone a gift and they eagerly tear off the paper around the box. But as they examine the present that was wrapped inside, their smile quickly fades. “This isn’t right for me,” they say. “Here, you can have it back.” Ouch. Hopefully, you’ve never given this kind of response to receiving a tangible present. Yet you’ve likely done it when receiving another kind of gift: a compliment. The giving of all gifts requires effort, which in the case of a compliment represents the giver’s choice...
Tags: Life, A Man's Life, Sunday Firesides


How COVID Impacted Our Family

The below account is from a very dear friend (…like family..) who I have known for a decade. We met at the Zoroastrian Association of Greater New York (ZAGNY) and have over the years volunteered together on community projects and events, too many to list. She requested to remain anonymous. WRITTEN BY A MOM FROM THE NY/NJ AREA MY FAMILY’S COVID EXPERIENCE  I’m one of the cases people need to hear about — not because I’m special in any way but quite the opposite – because I’m the ...
Tags: Amazon, Opinion, Life, Nyu, Zoroastrian Association of Greater New York ZAGNY, COVID, Dilshad Marolia, Jehangir Madon, NYP Weill Cornell, NYU Langone NYP Weill Cornell


RUNDHOLZ PARFUMS: An Incense and Orris Journey

After eleven weeks of being inside my apartment, I’ve sought to re-encounter the archive of samples and bottles of fragrance with which I cohabitate. I’m fantasizing an existential encounter at the proportions of those expressed in, say, Clarice Lispector’s The Passion According to G.H. or Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper.” In these texts, the protagonists become derang... Read full article: RUNDHOLZ PARFUMS: An Incense and Orris Journey from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Ma...
Tags: Fashion, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Fragrantica Perfumes, Clarice Lispector, Orris Journey


The Serum Institute: How one Indian company could be world’s door to a COVID-19 vaccine

If the world is to gain access to a vaccine for COVID-19, there’s a good chance it will pass through the doors of Serum Institute of India. Article By Abhirup Roy, Euan Rocha | Reuters Serum Institute, the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines by volume, is working on several candidates for the novel coronavirus – including potentially mass-producing the AstraZeneca/Oxford university one that has garnered global headlines – as well as developing its own. The efforts are partly being shepherd...
Tags: Medicine, Life, India, Narendra Modi, Austria, United States, Astrazeneca, University of Oxford, Reuters, Serum Institute, Serum Institute of India, Cyrus Poonawalla, Poonawalla, Codagenix, COVID, AstraZeneca Oxford


Fragrances Instead Of Pills?

You probably thought: The heading clearly exaggerates the medicinal value of perfumes. You are correct that evidence-based medicine will not recommend DolceGabbana Light Blue as an antidepressant, and Ambre Sultan Serge Lutens will not pass double blind tests proving its use as a sedative or antipyretic medicine. I do not pretend to find a substitute for Aspirin or Prozac among perfumes - I am s... Read full article: Fragrances Instead Of Pills? from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine....
Tags: Fashion, Serge Lutens, Fragrantica Perfumes, DolceGabbana Light Blue


JRD Tata — the democratic capitalist

In today’s context, JRD would have approved of ‘Make in India’, but not the dilution of workers’ rights to attract foreign investors JRD Tata was chairman of Tatas, India’s largest industrial conglomerate for 51 years, from 1938 to 1989. He steered the group through several regimes hostile to Indian industry: British Raj which discouraged making in India; and the Licence Raj, the bureaucratic muddle for ‘making in India’. JRD said that whenever he had to take a tough business decision, he would ...
Tags: Life, India, Industry, Telco, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Steel, Tata, Jamshedpur, Mahatma Gandhi, Tata Group, Raj, Pune, Tatas, Tata Chemicals, Tata Sons, Jamsetji Tata


3 Reasons Every Large Family Needs A NewAir Beverage Fridge

Quarantine life has been hard on everyone, amiright? With the kids home all day, trying to juggle homeschooling and working from home, it can feel like a living nightmare on a bad day. If you have a large family like me, you are probably pulling your hair on most days. ANYTHING that can make life easier, better, and keep everyone happy is essential! One of the things that has made our life easier as a family of 7 is our NewAir 160 Can Freestanding Beverage Fridge. 1. It’s Perfect For...
Tags: Fashion, Beverages, Fridge, In The Kitchen, Refrigerator, Zevia, Home Life, La Croix, Kitchen Appliances, Refrigerators, NewAir, Beverage Fridge, Pedisure, Newair Beverage Fridge


How Polson made butter a commercial product in pre-Independence India

Polson butter had monopolised the business by the 1930s and become a household name in India, much before the Amul revolution. Article by Mahua Venkatesh | The Print Much before India became independent and Anand Milk Union Limited started the Amul revolution, Polson became India’s first commercially made butter. Launched by Parsi entrepreneur Pestonji Edulji Dalal in 1900, Polson was initially a coffee manufacturing company. It diversified into the butter business when a customer complained tha...
Tags: Life, India, Food And Drink, Parsi, Polson, Polly, Amul, Dhondy, Verghese Kurien, Mahua Venkatesh, Anand Milk Union Limited, Pestonji Edulji Dalal, Kaira Gujarat Dalal, Navroze Dhondy, Harish Bijoor


Kawasaki is developing a three-wheel Slingshot competitor that leans

Kawasaki is working on a unique open-air three-wheeler with a rolling body that can lean into turns, according to a patent application published by the European Patent Office and discovered by Motorcycle.com. Like the three-wheeled Polaris Slingshot — which just got an update including a more powerful engine — it seats two people in a side-by-side layout, but it has some key differences. As described in the patent, the vehicle includes two front wheels that turn and remain vertical, plus a sta...
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3 Reasons The See-Through Trend Is Back On Red Carpets

Naked dresses are notorious for raising eyebrows, but it still radiates style and glamor. This is why the see-through trend has been around for many years and makes an appearance on red carpets, runways and in stores. The immortality of this style shows how perfect and popular it is for any special occasion or event.  Whether it is nights like the Golden Globe awards, Grammy’s, the Oscars or Met Galas, stars have strutted down the red carpet in sheer gowns for many years. So, what ma...
Tags: Fashion, Rihanna, Celebrity Fashion, Red Carpet, Golden Globe, Fashion Trend, Fashion Trends, Sheer, Celebrity Styles, See-through, Sheer Clothing, Sheer Dressing, Sheer Trend


8 Financial Habits to Introduce Into Your Life

There are hundreds of ideas out there about financial management, and it can feel overwhelming to sort through them all. The key isn’t choosing the “right” habits, it is choosing a few habits that work for you and learning to stick to them. Here we’ll look at eight common financial habits that may be worth trying. Tackle Debt Early No matter if you have a little debt or a lot, getting into the habit of paying it off quickly is a great habit to get into. The best way to tackle debt ...
Tags: Fashion, Cnbc, Marie Kondo, National Debt Relief


Kylie Jenner in row with Forbes over billionaire status

Kardashian family member reacts angrily to magazine’s claim she spun ‘a web of lies’A row has broken out between one of the world’s leading business magazines and the youngest member of reality TV’s most famous family over the value of her cosmetics company.Forbes magazine has accused Kylie Jenner, the youngest half-sister of Kim Kardashian West, of spinning a “web of lies” to inflate the size and success of her business. It claimed her family went to unusual lengths to present its youngest adul...
Tags: Business, Reality TV, Television, Media, Life and style, World news, Newspapers & magazines, US news, Magazines, Beauty, Rich lists, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, US press and publishing, Forbes magazine, Forbes


Kylie Jenner in bitter row with Forbes over billionaire status

Kardashian family member reacts angrily to magazine’s claim she spun ‘a web of lies’An acrimonious row has broken out between one of the world’s leading business magazines and the youngest member of reality TV’s most famous family, over the value of her cosmetics company.Forbes magazine has accused Kylie Jenner, youngest half-sister of Kim Kardashian West, of spinning a “web of lies” to inflate the size and success of her business. It claimed her family went to unusual lengths to present its you...
Tags: Business, Reality TV, Television, Media, Life and style, World news, Newspapers & magazines, US news, Culture, Magazines, Beauty, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Forbes magazine, Forbes, Kim Kardashian West


Business and Meaning

The world of business can provide an endless stream of activities, whether you have a job or run your own company. If you read books or take courses on advancing your career or growing your business, you’ll pick up even more to-do ideas. I usually enjoy the world of business, but in order to keep my life in balance, I need to regularly refocus on the big picture and avoid drowning in busywork. Sometimes I have to step back from business to regain perspective. Business can be addictive, whe...
Tags: Productivity, Careers, Steve


Cinnamon in the Kitchen and in Perfumery

Recently, when I was sorting through spices in my kitchen, I suddenly thought that American singer Suzanne Vega often mentions different scents in her songs, including spices. This prompted me toward the topic of today's conversation about cinnamon. Cinnamon, or Cinnamomum verum is a plant from the genus Cinnamomum, its dried bark has been used as spice since ancient times. It is found in the ... Read full article: Cinnamon in the Kitchen and in Perfumery from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes...
Tags: Fashion, Suzanne Vega, Fragrantica Perfumes


Story of the First International Cricket Match

Story of the First International Cricket Match Cricket is an extremely popular sport today. It started back in the 16th century in South-East England, but Read More The post Story of the First International Cricket Match appeared first on Cricket Fever - It's All About Live Cricket. Related posts: Global T20 Canada 2019 Full Schedule with Match timings and Live steaming links for Global T20 Canada 2019 Anil Kumble Retires From International Cricket ICL Willing To Release International...
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Am I a Pedophile?

I am an 18-year-old transgender male, and I’m afraid I might be a pedophile. I have never touched or acted towards a child in an inappropriate way, nor do I intend to. However, I have been aroused by cartoon images of children, and I sometimes fantasize about seeing a child in a sexual way. Sometimes I view cartoon images of children online. I’ve thought about it, and I wouldn’t want to touch a child inappropriately if I had a chance. It’s only in my fantasies that that might happen. Even then t...
Tags: Work, Sex, Therapy, Abuse, Transgender, United States, Pornography, Child Sex Abuse, Pedophile, Sexual Arousal, DSM, Sexual Fantasy


Rose Byrne: ‘You understand why feminists are furious – we’re still talking about this?’

For the Bridesmaids star, playing Gloria Steinem in her 1970s battle for women’s rights has been a reminder that the same arguments are raging todayA few days before New York locked down and Broadway closed indefinitely, Rose Byrne was on stage in Brooklyn, doing Medea. It was a sold-out run, co-starring her husband, Bobby Cannavale, in an updated version of the Euripides classic. Already, in that first week of March, people were starting to not show up, and those who did were in an odd mood. “T...
Tags: New York, Film, Women, Life and style, Culture, Brooklyn, Feminism, Broadway, Rose Byrne, Tracey Ullman, Bobby Cannavale, Cate Blanchett, Gloria Steinem, Tyler Perry, Byrne, Cannavale


'Dominic Raab must resign or be sacked': Harry Dunn's parents on their long fight for justice

The teenager died last August after being hit by a car whose driver has yet to face charges. His parents won’t stop asking why It is November 2019, 10 weeks since 19-year-old Harry Dunn was killed, and his four parents are distraught. Charlotte, Tim, Bruce and Tracey say that some mornings they can barely get out of bed, never mind begin to mourn. “You wake up and you’re just a complete wreck, and nothing you can do is processed without thinking of Harry,” says his mother, Charlotte Charles.She ...
Tags: Family, Politics, Crime, Life and style, UK News, World news, US foreign policy, UK criminal justice, Foreign Policy, Harry, Espionage, Bereavement, Charlotte, Tim, Niall, Bruce


Saturday Links

Curated links for your weekend reading: Is Preaching Online to an Empty Room Really Preaching? Virtual worship and its sermons are for a limited time. They come with an expiration date. And, along with other eager pastors, I’ll be glad when that day arrives. The Measure of Missionary Success Remember, the one who reports the most speedy results may not in fact be the most successful worker.The faithful missionary has their eye on the best and most lasting harvest, which will come in ...
Tags: Featured, Life, Links, Canada, Jesus, Fears of Church Planting Wives


The Foot-in-the-Door Phenomenon and Your Job Search

Getting your foot in the door is an important, necessary first step towards getting the job you want. Once you are “in”, your colleagues will protect you if you work hard and you will have the same... By Harrison Barnes
Tags: Featured, Careers, Job Search, Law School, Law Firm, Job Seekers, Part Time, Job Search Guru, Get The Job, The Role of Jobs in Today’s World, Get A Job, Advancement, Employer Commitment, Foot In The Door, Foot In The Door Phenomenon


I like the sound of my own voice – but does that make me a narcissist?

Millennials are said to be more narcissistic than any other cohort of society. A self-confessed self-obsessive works out whether that’s a problemI was on the phone to a friend recently, blathering away as usual, when I realised that there was no one on the other end of the line. How long ago had this happened? I checked my phone and discovered, to my horror, that the call had ended almost five minutes ago.In the pub with another friend, not long after this incident, I asked how self-obsessed she...
Tags: Relationships, Friendship, Social Media, Life and style, Society, Mental Health, Health & wellbeing



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