Love your body and its imperfections. This is a tall order for most people. When we look in the mirror, we often focus on the aspects of our appearance that we are unhappy with, while ignoring the parts that make us beautiful. This Valentine’s Day, I invite you to give yourself a little love, and work on accepting your body for what it is: unique and incomparable.
It’s a new year, fresh, untouched and full of opportunities. With unlimited ways to make your mark in 2016, you may be setting goals to hone your direction. While exploring your personal style may not have made the list, now is the perfect time to reflect on your current wardrobe and needs. There is no better tool to help yourself attain your goals than a polished appearance that truly reflects who you want to be.
Consumers have more influence over the products that are produced, and future products that are being developed, than we may realize.
First impressions count. Research shows it takes seconds for individuals to form an opinion about a person’s characteristics and traits, and once formed, those initial conclusions are hard to change. This year’s federal election has brought the psychology behind first impressions to the forefront as candidates travel the country looking to spark support for their idea of a better Canada. With governance on their minds, candidates are using all available tools to ensure they appear confident and credible. This includes presenting a polished and professional look.
In "Wear out There," Christina breaks down the basics of packing for those fleeting, summer holidays.
The Kitchener-Waterloo Princess Project was formed to ensure that all girls are able to attend their graduation or prom, regardless of financial barriers.
The manufacturing of clothing has shifted almost exclusively to overseas facilities, Christina Proctor explores local alternatives.
Chloe Raincock, founder of Heel Boy, and Brie Heatherley, marketing and strategy manager are stepping up the shoe selection in uptown Waterloo.
Is your closet overflowing, yet you have nothing to wear? Do you dress in the same outfits regularly? Are you shopping frequently for new items? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, it’s time for a closet cleanout.