Home Made Lotion Bars for Smooth Skin


Lotion bars are a simple, practical and fun way of keeping the skin of your body smooth and moisturised. Whether you are tackling the dryness of winter or preparing for the sunny beach season, lotion bars always come in handy! I, personally, like a lot of my cosmetics in bar form, and waiting for creams and oils to absorb is not really my thing. Continue reading


Care for Curls


Curly hair is a blessing and a curse, especially if it is fine, like mine. Sometimes it looks lovely but most of the time I need to put a lot of effort in making it look good, and often just end up tying it up or braiding it. I used to straighten my hair a lot as well, but have given that up as it is not good for the hair. (Neither is blowdrying!) However, I have come to realise that letting your hair be natural can actually take it to its’ full glory, with the help of a few useful tips. Continue reading

Health and Immunity from a Walk in the Woods


Usually when I get stressed or upset about something, or just feel like I need to take a break from what ever I am doing, my automatic reaction is to go out in the woods or by the sea. That is where my thoughts get back into place and things return to their right scales. When it comes to walks in the green, I love the smell of forest, flowers, nettles, the delicate little sounds of life, and all the magnificent detail in nature. However, it has only recently occurred to me that these trips are not only enjoyable, but improve my health on so many levels.  Continue reading

4 Vital Tips for Long and Beautiful Hair


I am on a mission to grow my hair as long as possible. It used to be real long in my childhood but that is just a distant memory now. However, I am determined to get my long locks back. The most important thing of course is to eat healthy and keep your scalp nourished and your hair undamaged. Cutting split ends off is necessary every now and again for your hair to grow beautiful, but preventing the splits is the key. Continue reading

Fight the Flu Season with Ginger tea!


Up here in the North we are having the typical flu season right now. Everyone’s coughing in the bus and there is always a friend or a family member who has fallen ill. For that reason, I have decided to post a recipe for my absolute favourite drink for when I feel under the weather, Indian chai! I don’t mean the one from a tea bag, but one with fresh ginger and black tea. In India people drink it at least as many times a day as the English their beloved tea, and it is by far the tastiest of all teas I know. Continue reading