Why Do I Still Breakout?

As much as I hate to admit it, even with my plethora of products and access to doctors and treatments, I still struggle with breakouts — big time. I know I’m not alone, and there are definitely bigger issues in life than zits, but that doesn’t mean it’s not annoying.

Bottom line: the struggle is real, and if you’re someone who still breaks out, like me, then read on for the tips I’ve learned to help keep my skin semi-happy with significantly less breakouts.

Diet – If you’re doing everything right in terms of skin cleansing and correct product usage, then your problem is likely diet or hormones (or both). Learn what foods trigger breakouts by taking away known provokers, like sugar and dairy. For...

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10+ Wedding Hairstyles 2020 for Short Hair

Usually people have a misunderstanding that women who have short hair can not have impressive hairstyle at the wedding. Trust me, even you have short hair, you can still choose the charming and stylish hairstyles for the special event. Of course, you can choose some hair accessories to get the hairstyle more charming and attractive.

Short layered hairstyles are classic short hairstyles. They can make you look younger and more stylish. For a balanced look, you can keep the sides symmetrical. For an edgy stylish look, you can keep them asymmetrical. Side bangs are ideal for the inverted bob hairstyle. However, if the sleek hairstyle is not proper for your face features, you can try the choppy hairstyle. With the help of the point cutting hair technology, the professional hairdresser can cut different hair strands with various lengths, which can create a choppy edgy look for your bob hairstyle. If such hairdo is matched with certain ...

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House in Lamego by António Ildefonso

The plot is a 70mx40m rectangle with a difference of 5m between high and low elevation. Starting at the low elevation, an existing path to the east gives access to a contiguous house to the north which was the reference to the chosen site.

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Rare Historical Photos Reveal More Than Immediately Meets The Eye

A smiling postman in Chicago poses with a load of Christmas parcels in 1929

Source: Google

Christmas time in the city is one of the greatest times of the year. People are smiling, the snow is falling, and presents are being opened by boys and girls alike. You’ve heard that the United States Post Office delivers whether there’s rain sleet or snow, and in that case that claim goes double because this happy go lucky postman is working on Christmas Day. In the 1920s the postal service didn’t have nearly as many people working for them as they do now, and they definitely have the shipping technology to get packages across the country in an expedient way. The packages may not have arrived as quickly as they could, but it fee...

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25 First Grade Science Projects to Pique Everyone’s Interest

Children learn best by doing. So imagine what doing a hands-on science project each week could do for every first grade student’s learning this year! Here are 25 first grade science projects, activities, and experiments to get you and your first graders through most of the year.

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1. Participate in the eBird citizen science project.


Image Credit: Robin Koval

Allowing your students the opportunity to think and act like practicing professionals is always a good way to get them to love science...

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How to watch the James Bond movies in order

James Bond movies first starting hitting the big screen in 1962, but which one is the best? This question alone can start a million arguments. 

Dr No was the first adaptation of Ian Fleming's creation, and in the intervening five-plus decades, James Bond has become British cinema’s most universal export. The spy has since made the most of his license to kill, downed a distillery’s worth of Vodka-Martinis, and had very close encounters with a baffling number of femmes fatales. Over 58 years he’s headlined 24 official movies (the 25th, No Time to Die, arrives in April 2020) – and two unofficial films – to become one of the most iconic characters in movie history.

But with such an extensive list of missions behind him, what’s the best way to catch up on 007’s all-action past? Watching the movies in release order seems logical, but that doesn’t take into account the 2006 Daniel...

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Fall Outfits for Guys 40 Best Ideas What to Wear this Fall

Traditional business attire for autumn. Remember to keep a parka on hand when fall arrives.

This outfit blends traditional fall colors with some very modern and trendy styles. Note the deep red tie, matching socks, and complementing checks in the shirt.

For the guy that doesn’t mind investing a little extra time in his look this season, check out this ultra-stylish ensemble. A shearling jacket is worn over a thick, chunky-knit sweater, white turtleneck, and gray pants. Note the color scheme as well, as these are some very seasonal and appealing colors when combined. Interested in reading more? Check out Essential Men’s Fashion Pieces for Both Business and Casual Wear.

Make a style statement with a white sweater and a matching bomber jacket. A modern fedora and embellished jeans bring this look to the next level. Here are some of the be...

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Refined White Minimalist Interiors

White minimalist decor is the height of cool and sophisticated refinement. With all excess removed and focus set firmly on functionality, the result is sharp stylish living spaces like these four pristine examples. We’ll take a wander around one flat and flawless living room with a hidden kitchen and hideaway TV/media wall, and discover a barely there bathroom. Next we’ll feel our way around the curves of a softly minimalist living room, in a white home decor scheme with some colourful relief. Third up is a vision of concrete, stone and terrazzo with warm natural infusions, finishing up last but not least in a solidly monochrome minimalist moment.


Oscars 2020: Where to Watch the Nominees

The Oscar nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards have been announced, and 2019 has been an impressively strong year for film. You don’t have to look much further than Bong Joon-ho’s meditation on class and capitalism in Parasite, or Quentin Tarantino’s groovy romancing of Hollywood days gone by, to appreciate the mostly strong quality amongst the nominees this year, big and small. Here’s where you can watch many of them on streaming services.

Robert De Niro at the End of The Irishman

The Irishman

A good place to start is with Netflix&rsquo...

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