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How to Be More Social and Gain More Friends

The way you dress, groom, walk and overall act reflects who you are to people. Maybe you are having a hard time making new friends or putting yourself out there in the social scene in a cool way. Just read this and change your life into a much better and funnier one.
Steps 1 Be hygienic. People like to be near people who are clean and that smell good. So brush your teeth twice a day, take a shower everyday or as many times as it's healthy in the climate of where you live, and always use deodorant and a cologne or perfume. 2 Bring joy to your dressing style. What type of message are you sending to people through the way you dress? You like wearing plain clothes, larger clothes or plain colors? Well, try to dress more joyful, then. People are more drawn to people that look like they have joy in their lives. You do not have to change completely, but try to improve a few things. Brighter colors. Instead of going for pales, beiges, dark or grayish tones, go for baby blues, p…

How to Be Hot Around Your Boyfriend

From all we see in movies and magazines, most girls think they have a firm idea of what it means to be hot. Pouting your lips or wearing a sexy dress can factor into the equation, but they're only part of a bigger picture. If you have a boyfriend and want to dazzle him with your sex appeal, you should think about the way you feel and act as much as the way you look. Even if your boyfriend already adores you, you'll still likely blow his socks off if you go that extra mile.
Method1 Keeping Your Body Healthy 1 Get enough sleep. While it sounds like the least glamorous advice possible, getting sufficient sleep is an important part of looking beautiful. While it's recommended you should get at least 7 hours a night, many try to slip by with far less than that. If you want to look and act your best, make sure to get enough rest.[1] Your skin will dry and age faster if you don't. It's also a good idea to try to fall asleep at the same time each night. Try to be aw…

How to Be Less Possessive of Your Partner

Being in a relationship can be an exciting, wonderful feeling. You may feel a strong connection with someone that you care about and who cares about you. Sometimes, though, feelings of jealousy or insecurity can pop up and begin creating problems in the relationship. You may find yourself questioning your partner, making accusations, and acting possessively without meaning to. You can be less possessive of your partner. All you need to do is calm yourself in the moment, build trust in your relationship, and prevent possessive behavior in the future.
Method1 Calming Yourself in the Moment 1 Take a timeout. When you feel yourself becoming too possessive of your partner, taking a time out to evaluate yourself is a good idea.[1] A little break gives you the chance to think about what you are doing, why you are doing it, and what effect it might have on your relationship. For example, if you are at a restaurant with your partner and notice that you are beginning to feel possessive b…

How to Be in a Relationship with a 'Carnivore' when You Have a Vegan or Vegetarian Lifestyle

The decision to adopt vegan or vegetarian dietary habits or lifestyle may cause unnecessary drama with family and friends. "How will you get enough protein?!" they may protest. Then there are the ones that might say, "I like my meat n' potatoes," implying that you should be content with that fare as well. There will be the ones who rib you, whether they pass you the roast beef at dinner with a sly smile and an offer to serve you a slice or something else. Of course, the most important––and challenging––ones will be the ones with whom you live and the ones you love.
Method1 Teasers and Loved Ones 1 Ignore the teasers. The ones who tease you are generally nothing to worry about, because they are often the ones who feel comfortable around you and care about you a great deal. At times you may become irritated at them because you feel they are getting on your back, but is important not to lash out at them. If you must make it known that they are getting on …

How to Be in a Relationship with a Non‐Vegan When You Are Vegan

If you're a vegan and dating or married to a non-vegan (also known as an omnivore, or omni), the balance can be tough. You may be frustrated about your partner’s choice to eat meat and use animal by-products. However, in order to have a successful relationship with them, both partners need to come to an understanding and learn to tolerate each other’s differences. Be open to your partner’s different lifestyle and ask them to be open in return.
Part 1 Interacting with Your Partner 1 Avoid being judgmental. The number one key to staying in a healthy relationship when you’re a vegan dating (or married to) a non-vegan, aka omnivore (or omni), is to avoid being judgmental of your partner. Most relationships can’t sustain the constant criticism of one partner toward another.[1]Make your commitment to veganism about you, not them. Don’t give them the “stink eye” during meals, nag them to agree with your food choices, or criticize what they eat.[2] 2 Be understanding of your partner…