How to properly arrange your wardrobe|Wardrobe or Closet Audit(Part 2)…by JolaStyles.

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To know your body type, you have to stand in front of a full mirror wearing just your undies. We have some published editions about this already on this blog. A set of 6 editions that puts you through on how to know your body shape.

After identifying your body shape, the next thing is to identify your personal style of fashion. Honestly, the list of styles is endless but here are a few:
Streetwear Style
Ethnic fashion style
Formal Office Wear
Business Casual
Evening Black Tie
Sports Wear style
Maternity Style
Gothic lolita style
Preppy style
Scene fashion style
Casual Chic Style
Geeky chic Style
Military-style
Retro style
Tomboy
Vacation (Resort) style
Camp Style
Artsy Fashion style
Boho/Bohemian chic
Biker fashion
Modest fashion
Rave fashion

5 questions you would have answered at the end of the wardrobe audit:
1. What three words do you want to describe your style & three words that actually describe your present style?
2. What are the dominant colors in your wardrobe?
3. What do you own enough of?
4. What does your wardrobe need to be fully functional?
5. What do you want to replace?

What happens during a wardrobe audit?
You will be able to:
• identify the clothes that compliment your complexion, body shape, lifestyle, and personality
• create new outfit combinations from ‘the keepers’ by playing several dress up.
• organize your closet into a workable unit that makes discovering a variety of outfits easier.
• turn your wardrobe inside out.
• take pictures – yes, selfies inclusive!
At the end you will have a list of items you need to create a full functioning wardrobe.

Shakeela Fetterhoff was just 18 when she met Jeremy on dating app Skout. They went to a pizza restaurant after chatting online and, just one month later, decided to move in together.

Now the couple are married and have two children after a blissful whirlwind romance. A third baby is due in December.

Shakeela and Jeremy first connected online on June 11, 2012, when she was 18 and he was 24.

She said: “I wasn’t working so my cellphone was about to be shut off, but after just one month of talking online Jeremy offered to pay my phone bill, so that we could continue talking.

“We never used FaceTime or video link, all we had was phone calls, text messages and the photos we had sent to each other.

“I was really big on rock music, so we would recommend different songs to each other.

“He was ready to settle down and so was I.

“I wanted to meet someone who was serious, not just someone looking for sex.

“He said he loved me during the first week of us dating online and I told him that I felt the same.

He told me he would take care of me and that he couldn’t wait for us to be together, he said he saw a future together, we even talked about kids and what their names would be.”

And Shakeela quickly packed her belongings to leave her family in DeKalb, Illinois, for a new life with Jeremy in Montgomery, Alabama.

“I secretly packed my passport, birth certificate and all the things I would need for our future together,” the call centre worker said.

“I didn’t tell my dad, I knew he would try to talk me out of it, but I had made up my mind…he just thought I was packing for the trip to see my aunt.

“I didn’t know if Jeremy was a serial killer, or if he was abusive, but I felt confident that he was a good person, I was willing to take that risk because I was so in love.

“I was a virgin when we met, so we didn’t go the whole way until after we’d moved in together, but on that first night we did share the same bed.

“He told me that he’d had five sexual partners before we met.”

The couple have had two kids; Edolie, five, and Ender, two.

Jeremy, who is a security officer, said: “I could tell immediately that Shakeela was different from anyone I’d anyone I’d met before.

“She has always been so loyal and faithful to me.

“We love to communicate through music and if we have a little tiff we can never stay mad at each other for long.

“We don’t bicker, we sleep in the same bed and enjoy each other’s company.

“I hope our story can encourage others not to lose hope with online dating.”

Expert decries use of tissue paper during menstruation

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Because no health policy has supported the use of tissue paper as sanitary pad, so its a bad behavior and should not be adopted health wise.

It doesnt have any credibility of use. This should be a way of informing women that it carries a serious public health risk.

The practice places such women at risk of having infection which may pass through the vagina cavity and enter the blood stream, thereby having a serious health impact, Iwalokun said.

The researcher said that the use of tissue paper during menstruation could affect the reproductive organs that could lead to other complications in life.

Sometimes it may be chronic infections that may not give serious symptoms to warrant going to the hospital, but it is indirectly damaging the reproductive system or that pathway.

One of them is the Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), many women do not know they have PID until when issues of infertility comes up and untreated PID is a major cause of infertility.

It also depends on the pathogens that are coming from such paper, so it is important to identify the types of pathogen that are isolated from such tissue papers.

There must be quality study that will show the various types of pathogens, in order to identify the type of damage it can cause.

However, women should abstain from the practice of using tissue paper as sanitary pads, in order to avoid such health complications.

Women should always adopt a proper hygiene at all times, especially during the monthly menstrual period, he said.

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