Saturday, 12 December 2015

Benefits of Having Short Hair

So recently I had just cut my hair so the hair would just be touching the shoulder. I used to have short hair all the time when I was younger and I absolutely hated it because I think that it didn't suit me. Surprisingly I was alright this time when I cut my hair short and it made me realise that their are a lot of good benefits of having short hair.

This was me before I cut my hair:

I know you can't see my hair entirely but you can tell that it's long. It was past my shoulder.

This was me after I cut my hair:

So the benefits of cutting you hair short is:

1. It dries faster.
It's as straight forward as it is. Having less hair means that it will take less time for it to dry.

2. It is easier to clean.
It's fairly easy to maintain. Unlike long hair, you don't need to use a ton of shampoo and conditioner to clean your hair.

3.  No tangles
It's an obvious one. Having short hair means less tangles and less breakage. Compared to having long hair, having short hair means that when you brush your comb through your hair, it won't likely get caught.

4. Makes you look younger.
This is a big yes for older women who want to look younger. I personally don't like this benefit because, having short hair makes me look like a kid and having long hair makes me look more mature.
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Thursday, 10 December 2015

About Me

Hi my name is Vionna and I'm an aspiring blogger, as well as a Youtuber and and Author.
If your interested in seeing my youtube channel, I'll provide you links to them down below.
I have two youtube channels at the moment.

My main channel:
My gaming channel :

For me being an Author I'm currently writing three books that I'm really excited to share to you guys about.
The first book is a short story and it's called 'The Girl and The White Elephant".
The second book is a werewolf novel called, "Hunter"
and the third book is called " Enforcer"

 The Girl and The White Elephant is in the process of publishing and Hunter is halfway done. Enforcer is just in it's early stages. For more information on my books I'll be making another blog but at the mean time I'll keep you updated on my progress.

If you want to connect with me via social media you can do so in the following links.
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Tuesday, 17 November 2015

20 Simple Life Hacks

Down below are 20 simple life hacks that will make your life more easier

1. If you don't have a candle for emergencies a crayola will do just fine. They will last around 30 minutes.

2.  Accidentally cracked the back of your iPhone 4? Use highlighters to make it a new added feature.

3. Use clips to organise wires

4. Use a cereal plastic container as a bin in your car

5. Tie a piece of coloured ribbon on your luggage. It will help identify your luggage more easily.

6. Use your sunglasses or glasses as a stand for your phone. No more getting tired holding your phone.

7. Put old newspaper in the bottom of the bin to absorb food juices

8. Use nail polish to identify different keys

9. Use a hanging shoe rack to store your cleaning supplies

10. Sick of having tangled cords in a box? Use unused toilet rolls to store them.

11. Put an iPhone in a cup as a speaker.

12. Put a stocking over the vacuum so things that you might of loss doesn't get sucked into the vacuum.

13. Stack your clothes vertically so you could see all your clothes. Saves you from going through to see if you had that particular clothing or not.

14. Use soda pop tabs to offset hangers and save a lot of room in your closet.

15. Use accented letters in your passcode for your iPhone, no one will be able to guess it.

16. Use half a pool noodle to protect your garage wall from getting damaged by the car door.

17.  Light a stick of spaghetti to light the wick and prevent from burning yourselves.

18. Use duck tape to open tough lids

19. Use self adhesive plastic hooks to hold the plastic down.

20. Use unscented dental floss to cut cake, cheese and other soft solids evenly.

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Thursday, 12 November 2015

All about Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil. Many people have been swept of their feet with this amazing plant oil. Coconut oil has been proven to have many health benefits for the body, internally and externally. The only real question is - How is it made?

Coconut oil is usually produced from Copra. Copra is basically the dry meat of the coconut and there are various methods to extracting the oil from the copra.

The first method of making coconut oil is called 'Wet Milling'.
Wet milling consists of using a brown maturing coconut and scoping all the copra (meat) out of the coconut oil. Then cutting all the copra into pieces and putting it in a food processor. After it the food processor shreds it is filtered over and over again until all the coconut milk is fine and has no clumps in it. After it is filtered the coconut oil is left for 24 hours until the oil and the curd is separated. Then the curd is moved from the oil.

The second method of making coconut oil using the cold press method. For this method the copra has to be dried. The dried coconut is then put in a mechanical press where the coconut milk is pressed out from the meat. The process is repeated again until all the coconut milk is being pressed out. Then the milk is stored until the curd and oil is separates. Then the curd is removed from the oil.

The last method is boiling the coconut oil. The coconut meat is extracted from the coconut and is blended with water. Then it is strained and the the coconut liquid is boiled until the water has evaporated and the cream has separated and turned brown.

Those are the methods that is used to make coconut oil.
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