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  • BEAUTY

    9 BEST PERFUMES FOR WOMEN UNDER $100

    When you think about women’s perfume, there is a high chance that the first thing that will pop into your head is the legendary Chanel NO. 5, or maybe some other Chanel perfume. We agree that the Chanel perfumes are iconic, but can a woman feel just as timeless wearing a more affordable yet just as charming perfume? Well, of course, she can! Here are some of the best perfumes for women under $100! 1. Viktor & Rolf- Flowerbomb With hints of rose, freesia, and jasmine, accompanied by the warm and musky scent of patchouli as the background, this perfume is perfect for those that like full-bodied scents without being…

  • Uncategorized

    FRIENDS. REAL OR FAKE?

    Ever since we are born..ok maybe a bit later, when we are toddlers we are taught to make friends. And then we make them in kindergarten, in school, higschool, college, work, vacations, etc. But have you ever wondered who is really there for you through thick & thin? I have. A lot of times. I don’t know if it’s something about me, or if it’s just the way life is. We grow apart from our friends. But there’s been one person..who I probably should have drifted apart from…but is always there to support me. To help me in any way, to give me advice if I need it. I’m not…

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    12 BASICS EVERY FRENCH WOMAN HAS IN HER WARDROBE

    Here are the best French wardrobe basics to add to your closet to have a wardrobe full of classic, timeless looks. After I read the book How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are, I love to write about French fashion! Maybe you already know that the secret to French style is a mastery of basics. That is why, today, I wanted to share with you the list of the French basics and staples that are found in every French wardrobe —and on every Parisian A French wardrobe is a collection of versatile, high-quality basic items, that stand the test of passing fads and seasons. Items like a button-down shirt, straight-leg jeans, a Breton shirt or…

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    Coven” (/kʌvən/) usually refers to a group or gathering of witches. The word “coven” remained largely unused in English until 1921 when Margaret Murray promoted the idea that all witches across Europe met in groups of thirteen which they called “covens”. Now why have I created this page, you may ask?I wanted to let in anybody who is either a witch, baby witch or just someone who is interested in tarot, astrology, palmistry, etc. Yes I know all of those are divination practices but, we can explore it all together. So feel comfortable and cozy, and let all prejudices go. So stay cozy until the next post, Coziella.

  • MYSTICAL

    THE NOVEMBER FULL MOON IS IN TAURUS

    The November full moon brings our final eclipse of the year 2021! The full moon in November is called the Beaver Moon (because the beavers prepare for winter) or the Frost Moon (because the temperatures begin to drop and frost begins to settle). Behind these nicknames there is symbolism - this full moon symbolizes the things we need to feel warm, secure, safe in a time of increasing seasonal cold. 

  • career,  life

    Want to get the most out of your day? 

    1. HAVE A NIGHT ROUTINE  Having a night routine is crucial to being productive the next day. There are some things that you should prepare for the next day to set your morning up for success. For instance, some steps you do at night help to save you some time, especially in the morning and make you feel accomplished. I also recommend writing your to-do-list for the next day the night before so that you are clear on what to do and you can get started as soon as possible. Don’t forget to relax and have some me-time either! Do things that calm you down and clear your mind. Try…

  • career,  life

    TRIPLE THREAT PLANNING METHOD

    A great planning method inspired by Erin May Henry Do this every single week, every single month and every single year to stay on top of things. The way it goes: Plan out your week every Sunday (preferred day) in Asana, Trello, Wunderlist, etc. Wherever you like. Break down every single day and the tasks you need to do each day. That way you have a really good overview of what you need to do over the entire week. The next thing:  Start to plan out time to do all those tasks in a calendar (I like using google calendar) Lastly : When the day actually comes write a to-do…