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Online shopping is the best. I buy clothes, shoes, makeup, skin products, wine, groceries, almost everything online. Losing 2-3 hours down a rabbit hole at a shopping mall is not an ideal use of my time (unless I am in a very specific mood.) Probably like most of you, when I shop online I look at the shipping costs. It’s kinda crazy, because we all know it costs to get stuff delivered (I am IN an online business and know only too well how much it costs). Australia Post and courier company’s weren’t set up to be charitable. But still, there seems to be a new precedent set for Free Shipping and it is attractive. I admit to being ery...
I am not a huge fan of chemical sunscreens. Something just feels a bit unnatural about putting something on your skin that needs 15-20 minutes to “soak” in, then before it works. The soaking in seems a bit strange. I understand how it works, but then we need to stop seeing our skin as a barrier and more of an extension to the internal system, as it is all connected. So when you think about something needed to “soak in” to work, my mind goes straight to the thought of, “well, when does this get into my blood stream, if it needs to soak in?” It’s a little bit the same as makeup and moisturisers, if you don’t think...