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The Quarter Life Crisis had placed an emergency call to Gaynor Alder’s soul, and it undid her piece by piece as it broke down all that she had been taught in order to fulfill the place inside that spoke to her when she was a little girl and said, ‘But I want to be a ballerina’. She’s since freed herself from the 9-to-5, and couldn’t be fucking happier.
Whenever Gaynor Alder hits snooze on her alarm & sacrifices the time she needs to spend on her hair, she always regrets it. She lacks something. A certain finesse, her moxy, her mojo. If her hair isn’t right, then she’s not right, because doesn’t the quality of your hair dictate the quality of your life?
With her fabulous high hair, feline eyes, porcelain complexion and red lips, Megan Draper personifies seductive ’60s elegance. This is the perfect go-to look when you have to race out the door for a night out. Follow Gaynor Alder’s tips to recreate this look flawlessly in five minutes, and discover her effortless elegance essentials.
Looking back at any bad relationship, we can see we didn’t need Nancy Drew and a crack team of super sleuths to see the signs. So next time your inner voice says, “Hey, I think this guy is a bit of an asshole.”, I strongly suggest you have a look-see to check you’re not getting entwined with any of these fine fellows.
We chat with reader Sarah Trezise, who tells how depression has changed her life, and why she couldn’t be happier since swapping a high pressure job things to work from home. Whilst she goes without things she used to have, she doesn’t miss her old life one little bit. Because for her, that sinking, dreaded, dark, ugly feeling of depression isn’t worth the biggest pay package in the country.
From being a complete tart with other bank’s ATMs, avoiding the phone for fear of being stalked by an Indian call centre, emergency shopping trips to restore the seretonin depletion from boredom surging through my veins after listening to the Dow Jones, and trusting in Chanel because looking like money attracts money, Gaynor Alder shares her 7 deadly sins of finance.
When water retention has mounted a terror campaign resulting in a monumental fat crisis and people’s breathing is annoying you, Gaynor Alder has 3 golden rules to prevent a hormonal rampage seeking refuge and delight in ruining your life, and words to the wise for the men folk on what makes the difference between having a harmonious evening or having the iron thrown at your head.
From never shopping with PMT, resisting the urge to look at your ass from behind in change room mirrors (nothing good can come from this), not being the larger size when it fits (they just make small sizes), to mind numbing exchanges with sales assistants about the weather, Gaynor Alder gives you her ten commandments of shopping.