Everything is Washable* and Other Life Lessons
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Every home should have a copy' MARIAN KEYESHow to buy jeans that fitThirty-seven things to have in your kitchen cupboardTiny acts for mental health How to support a friend going through IVFWhy bad boys are an absolute waste of your timeHow to cope with working mum guiltThis smart guide will help you navigate modern life, enabling you to save money and time. Sali Hughes offers striking good sense on: home food and drink, fashion health and beauty life and finances friends, relationships and family.From useful, everyday tips such as how to cut your own fringe and how to buy great second-hand clothing, to the less talked about, agonising questions like how to split finances with your partner and how to grieve, Guardian beauty editor Sali Hughes has advice on the big and the small, and everything in between.
Everything is Washable* and Other Life Lessons: 2022’s New Everything is Washable* and Other Life Lessons: 2022’s New
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I do walk a lot, and that's important for my head and my body, but I'm not an exerciser and I’m not very engaged with wellness! Really my sense of wellbeing comes from my emotional relationships. It increases massively when I spend time with the people I love.
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alustuseks, käisin raamatuesitlusel ja tean nüüd autori elust, sõpradest ja sellest, miks ta niisuguse raamatu kirjutas, tükk maad rohkem, kui raamatusse kirja on saanud. eelkõige kõnetas mind see seletus, et kuna ta on oma sõpruskonnas lihtsalt see inimene, kes alati kõike praktilist teab/oskab ja kõigi olmeprobleemid ära lahendab, siis miks mitte kogu see tarkus kirja panna.I grew up with my father and brothers and was the only girl in the house, so appearance wasn’t discussed; it just wasn't a thing and I'm grateful for that. I also never heard either of my parents talk negatively or otherwise about how they looked, which I think gives you a good grounding because then beauty becomes a fun, life-enhancing thing and not a battle you're trying to win. Affordable and also accessible, democratic beauty is really important to me. Some years ago I was at a homeless shelter in Cardiff making a documentary and, while waiting for the camera crew to set up, I saw two cardboard boxes full of toiletries. The woman at reception explained that they were for clients who might have a housing meeting or job interview and need to look presentable. I took a photo of the boxes, sent the picture to my friend [Beauty Banks co-founder] Jo Jones and said "this is crazy - we know loads of people with tonnes of product. And here are people who need product. Can't we bring the two things together?" And she said "yes, definitely". Fashion is a subjective section, I think if you like Sali's style posts on IG you may enjoy this chapter.