Archive for February, 2012
By Maya McCarthy on February 25th, 2012
None of us really wear Axe do we? Well…that’s not true, I know a couple of Jersey Shore boys that do. With that being said, their recent commercials have hit home runs in my mind. These are absolutely fantastic and if anyone knows Mauro, Mauro loves comedy.
By Lucas Coode on February 25th, 2012
If you’re bored by bland BVDs , check out China International Underwear Culture Week happening May 20th through 26th, 2011. This top-drawers event features over 100 department stores, more than 300 exhibitors and 18,000 professional buyers. Event organizers expect to draw as many as 80,000 visitors, most of whom will have their panties in a bunch what with all the bloomin’ excitement.
By Maya McCarthy on February 23rd, 2012
Maca Powder – this powdered superfood has amazing flavor. I’ve raved about it in recipes on the blog before, and now I find myself adding it into everything. While boosting energy and packing in vitamins, maca powder has a nutty flavor that makes a great addition to shakes, cereals, muffins, creamy pasta sauces, and more. One of my favorite ways to use it is in tea. Brew your tea like normal. While brewing, heat up about ½ cup of almond milk in a sauce pan. Whisk in ½ tbsp of maca powder until it dissolves. The almond milk should froth up a bit. Pour the mixture into a mug, and top of with your tea. It’s full of energy and delicious! I use t
By Jake Allardyce on February 20th, 2012
Kids are naturally inquisitive—a trait that, while endearing, can also lead to uncomfortable situations for parents. And as much as we want our children to remain informed, there are some issues we might like to prevent them knowing about, at least until they’ve reached a certain age and level of maturity. Unfortunately, kids often have more access to media than we realize, including a tool earlier generations didn’t have: the Internet. Twitter, Google, Facebook, and the like are everyday realities, which is why keeping our children in the dark is becoming an increasingly difficult task.
But is preventing them from accessing such information the right thing to do? It may be better to help them understand the issues the see and hear about, but this has to be done with a delicacy and insight that may be difficult to achieve. C
By admin on February 18th, 2012
In today’s day and age, how you look goes beyond the conventional “dressing sense”; it is who you are. The way you dress has come to mean a lot about the kind of person you are and people are going huge lengths to make sure that they have the best of what is available in the market. A perfect suit is as important as a perfect presentation is a business meeting. Similarly, a great dinner is incomplete without compliments regarding your great dinner jacket. Amidst this growing demand for personalized styling and the need for unique and expensive clothes, the designer clothes for men are taking the markets by storm.
Men’s designer clothes don’t only give you enough options to choose from but also an air of exclusivity that comes with the perfect finishing and fit. Different Read full post…
By Lucas Coode on February 17th, 2012
Yesterday marked the first day of Lent, which means the countdown to Easter is on. And instead of spending the next 40 days stressing about what you gave up, why not focus your energy on finding your daughter an adorable Easter dress?
The Childrens Place should definitely be your first stop because today theyve got pretty floral print, pastel and striped dresses on sale for as little as $18. And if you order your daughters dress now, youre sure to be the first in line for a pic with the Easter bunny.
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