Ankara is no longer that native fabric you are only allowed to wear to work on Fridays. Ankara styles have evolved into outfits you can wear any day, anytime, and anywhere, regardless of the occasion. It is now being stylishly infused into work outfits.
Drinking caffeinated coffee appears to have both beneficial and harmful short-term health effects: increased abnormal heartbeats, increased physical activity, and reduced sleep duration, according to research that was presented at American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2021.
Getting out of an abusive relationship is one of the hardest things I've ever done. The second hardest thing is, and still remains, acknowledging that I was in an abusive relationship, especially because my scars aren't physical.
Amidst the sea of powders, capsules, and gummies on the market said to help with things like stress, sleep, and skin health, there are also over-the-counter supplements marketed to support sex drive and arousal.
Growing up, I went to Catholic school. Do you remember the scene in Mean Girls where Coach Carr, the sex-ed teacher, basically tells them if they even think about sex, they'll die? Yeah, welcome to my world.
If ever there were proof of “getting in one’s own way,” it is the false beliefs about relationships, love and sexuality that many of us harbour — starting from the ubiquitous “I can’t meet someone special”, through the confusion of sexual orientation to romantic beliefs about love and sexual activity.
Ah, January: a fresh slate and a time where we take stock for the new year ahead. While many of us are focussing on careers, friends, fitness and recovering from our financial hangover after the festive period, it’s also a time to think about any love, sex and relationship goals going forward and what the dating landscape might look like in 2022.
Every new year is, to be cloyingly cliched, a voyage of discovery – and if you're into discovering yourself or your relationship, spending 2022 introducing some of the best sex toys into your life isn't going to hurt.
We’re accustomed to removing the effect rather than the cause. Many, if not all, illnesses could be avoided if people followed a healthy diet, participated in sports, and avoided stress. The same can be said for the eyes.