Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Day 14 ~ A T.V. show you're currently addicted to

It's only tuesday and I already feel that I've already consumed all my stamina reserved for the whole week. Seriously MRT (train) people are like warriors. Our gov't can use them in wars. front liners. and the opposing team won't stand a chance (of course i ride the train for women, and yes i'm talking about ladies). Everyday i'm squished, pushed then pulled, bumped, and squished again. FML! yes everyday. during weekdays. 5 effing days. double FML! I'm thankful i still have my Saturdays and Sundays to let my bones recover and go back to their proper places again. I can't believe i'm saying this so early but "I need rest". :3 Train rides are srsly much more strenuous than my actual job. I'll stop ranting now and move on with this post.

Now back to my current t.v. addiction....

I love watching The Walking Dead, excitement + suspense overload. I know it's gross sometimes (okay most of the time) but i feel the need to watch specially now that the zombie apocalypse (i think) might just happen. Kidding. No srsly i watch walking dead to be ready for zombie apocalypse. do I sound crazy?! But I also watched Zombieland for the same reason. Now i don't just sound crazy. I am crazy! or maybe because of my growing love for Steven Yeun (korean guys y u so cute? <3<3)

Now i'm not sure if I just want to be ready for zombie apocalypse or i just want spend some time watching Steven Yeun run and become sweaty and take off his shirt. Guess i'll just stick to my former reason and risk sounding crazy than my latter reason and appear like a total perv. hahaha

p/s: Enjoy the rest of your week dolls and take good care of yourselves. This perverted crazy girl here LOOOOVE y'all!

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Guest Post: Fashion Can Empower You During Cancer Treatment ~ Jackie Clark

After receiving a diagnosis of cancer from your mesothelomia doctor or other oncologist; it's not uncommon to feel defeated and emotionally overwhelmed. However, don't worry ladies, fashion is something that can never lose in the fight against cancer. Raise your spirits up and gain a little pep in your step with looking and feeling beautiful. To feel empowered in your fight against cancer, you incorporate some of these fashion tips to help you look fabulous and feel more comfortable doing it!

Color, color, color!

Color is an instant pick-me-up that can make your complexion look and feel healthier and also make a woman more radiant in her own skin. To bring out your natural glow, incorporate colorful clothing items around your face to bring out the color in your complexion. A vibrant scarf, sweater or head wrap is an ideal way to add a splash of color and liven up and old outfit worn around the house.

Soft Fabrics

When you're feeling low from cancer treatment, it's nice to feel soothed in anyway possible. By wearing clothes made from soft fabrics, you can enjoy luxurious feeling against your skin, while avoiding itchiness or restriction caused by other fabrics. Soft cotton, silk, satin or cashmere feels good against the skin and allows a woman relax in ease. Wear clothing made with these fabrics in some of your favorite colors to spice up your everyday routine.

Spring Fashion

Wintertime isn't quite over but that doesn't mean you have to continue wearing winter fashion. Spring fashion is right around the corner and is typically more colorful and fun as consumers are ready to break free of basic black and big and baggie sweaters. This spring boasts many fashions in bright floral and neon colors. Treat yourself to a few garments that make you feel as if you're breaking free from winter and starting your own personal, inner springtime.

I'm into winter fashion but who doesn't like spring colors right? ~Skye

Comfort and Style

New shoes can add a lot of fun to your wardrobe, as well as color and style. You may not feel like stepping out in the latest stiletto heels but you can wear comfortable wedges or flats to complement some of your favorite outfits. Choose shoes that feel comfortable inside and out, but make sure they have color or a pattern that makes you feel just as sexy as you will look!

When you're dealing with the side effects from cancer treatment, fashion often becomes much about comfort as it does style. Being comfortable and feeling great in your clothing doesn't have to equate to looking frumpy or plain. By incorporating color and soft-textured fabrics into your fashion you can breathe life into your wardrobe and feel beautiful without  sacrificing comfort. The latest fashions as well as the classics have something to offer you in terms of beauty. Shift your focus from sickness to wellness by lifting your spirit and taking control of your appearance with trendy, colorful fashions.

~Jackie Clark

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