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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) has arguably become one of the most common mental health issues of this generation. Whilst it may appear as an overzealous excuse for perfection, it is indeed a mental health issue that, for many like myself, has become a way of life.

In the early stages of our marriage my husband struggled to understand my compulsive nature. I have OCD at its finest. I am extremely pedantic when it comes to detail and I am very particular about the way I live. Sounds like a nightmare for most men. More so for my husband whose strewn socks across the bedroom floor would work me up on a daily basis! Three years in and my OCD hasn’t decreased by a single degree. In fact, dare I say, my husband has developed a fair number of OCD habits himself; which makes life a lot less stressful!

Am I ashamed of having OCD? Not by any means. In fact, it’s helped me increase my productivity. There are days when I procrastinate on the things that I need to get done, but with the steps below I am able to pull myself out and use my time wisely to achieve most that I set out to do on a day-to-day basis. Here’s how I train myself on getting things done:-

  1. Write it down – My life consists of lists, spreadsheets, notes and personal diary entries. My husband often pokes fun at the fact that I am unable to start my day without referring to my Filofax. Writing things down is my way of ensuring that I don’t miss a single thing. From dinner dates to post office visits, everything and I mean EVERYTHING goes in my Filofax. Along with my personal organiser I have spreadsheets for my finances, which includes monthly outgoings and credit card balances. I make it a point each month to update my spreadsheet so that I know exactly where my money is and how it’s being spent. I also write daily to-do lists; which I take a lot of pride in ticking off as I complete a task. Although this all sounds very labour intensive and somewhat uninspiring, writing things down is a sure fired way of ensuring that nothing gets missed. If you’re not in the habit of writing lists, try something simple such as a grocery list before your next food shop. You’ll soon realise the effect that a good list can have on your stress levels.
  2. Time management – Those who know me well will have a good ol’ chuckle about this rule, because I have possibly the worst time management that any human could ever have. If you invite me somewhere, chances are I’ll be two hours late. I don’t know why it happens, but it does; which is probably why I don’t get many invitations!  However, in my defence, I don’t adopt that awful habit into my daily tasks. I somehow manage to arrange my time well, whereby I allocate time slots for each task at hand. For example, if I know that I have to clean, blog, do my accounts, organise my wardrobe and do a truck load of washing all in one day then I’ll allocate time slots for each. Two hours for my blog, one hour of organising and so forth. If I haven’t completed a task within the allocated time slot, then so be it. There’s always another day, but being the competitive freak that I am, I’ll always challenge myself to finish them!
  3. Reward yourself – I’m no stranger to a good treat. I love to treat myself, more than I care to admit. When I’m feeling particularly productive, I’ll treat myself to something that I enjoy once I have completed the task at hand. For example, if I’ve cleaned the house top to toe before my allocated time slot is up then I’ll reward myself with a spot of online shopping. Not to say that I go mad with purchases, but that simple feeling of window shopping for 15 minutes is enough to put a smile on my face. The trick here is to find what makes you happy. Even if it’s a bit of chocolate after tackling your mountain of laundry, do it! Rewards should be incentives to make you work harder.
  4. Change your surroundings – Sometimes, taking yourself out of your normal environment can make the world of difference. If I find myself having writer’s block, I’ll often pick up my laptop and sit in the garden or my local Starbucks. The change in surroundings allows my mind to flow freely and therefore increase my productivity levels. This works well for most tasks that include the extensive use of a laptop. Changing your environment gives you a new lease of motivation.
  5. Use the 20 min rule – This slightly contradicts my previous point about time management, but it’s mostly for those who tend to work from home. Studies show that short bursts of work increases productivity. The average human has the attention span of no longer than 20 minutes for any given task. Therefore, condensing your work into 20 minute sections can vastly improve the quality of your work. Imagine HITT training for the brain – push yourself for 20 minutes and rest for 5 minutes in between.
  6. Wake up early – I have been an early riser for as long as I can remember. Nothing makes me more happy than the peaceful tranquillity of an early morning. Waking up early gives you the freedom to work at your own pace without many other distractions. My alarm clock goes off at 6am no matter what time of the week. I enjoy the prospect of having most of my day done before midday, leaving me with the rest of the afternoon to spend as I please. My dad would often tell me that “the early bird catches the worm” and that rule has stuck with me throughout my life.
  7. Have some quiet time – Coinciding with my early morning routine, I ensure that I spend at least 10 minutes in the morning having ‘me’ time. I’ll make myself a coffee, burn some incense and listen to meditation music with no distractions such as social media around me. Serenity is so important for avoiding procrastination. Having those 10 minutes in the morning gives me the natural boost that I need to start my day on a positive note. If I began my day stumbling out of bed, rushing to get ready and consistently checking my phone, my brain would be in overdrive before I even get to work! Everyone, and I mean everyone, has the opportunity to grab 10 minutes for themselves (hopefully in the mornings) so there’s no excuse for a lack of ‘me’ time.
  8. Set realistic goals and break tasks into chunks – I could easily sit here and say that I want to be a millionaire by this time next year. Is that realistic? Probably not. After all, how am I going to be a millionaire? What steps am I going to take to become a millionaire? Do I know what it entails to be a millionaire? The answer is no to all accounts. Breaking your goal into miniature and realistic steps/goals allows you to climb the ladder of success much more effectively. An ultimate goal can be more daunting than several miniature goals, therefore increasing the risk of failure. Enlist the help of a good old list and write down the sub-goals which you need to achieve in order to reach your ultimate goal.
  9. Remove clutter and distractions – We’ve already established that I’m an OCD freak so mess and clutter are not really a part of my vocabulary. However, if you tend to work in a slightly chaotic environment, clean! Clutter causes distractions and therefore reduces productivity. Tidy away your kid’s toys, old papers, rubbish and old socks – you can’t possibly have a clear mind with so many distractions around you.

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Let’s be honest, I don’t need an excuse to shop. Shopping has been a preferred past time of mine since I can remember (mostly because I was ridiculously spoilt kid). “When I shop the world gets better” – never has a quote from buy finast 5mg online been so apt.

Online shopping, in particular, has a special place in my heart. I receive so many packages on a daily basis that even the postman is starting to question my credibility to society. Along with the usual suspects, buy finast cheap is a huge guilty pleasure of mine. I’ll often find myself trolling the pages of buy finast cheap looking for quirky and kitsch items that I will most likely never need in my life, but I simply can’t say no to.

In this week’s blog post, I’ve decided to let you in on one of my regular buy finast cheap hauls. Unknowingly, I’ve chosen mostly beauty items; which isn’t exactly against my character. I will, however, warn you now…if you’re not yet an buy finast cheap enthusiast, you’ll probably be addicted by the time this post is up. If you have no self control in buying useless crap like me, look away now!

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I have my own gel nail system at home. Doing my own gel manicures seems like a good idea, until it comes down to removing them. I must admit, I’m not much of a ‘remover’, I’m more of a ‘pick and peel off’ kinda girl; which will probably make any manicurist shudder. When I can be bothered to remove them in the correct fashion, I use these nifty little clips to help me reduce the waiting time. I’ll be honest, I still need to wrap my nails in acetone-soaked cotton pads and foil before popping these on so it doesn’t seem like a necessary item to add to my collection, but they do help in keeping the foil on my finger tips which is always a problem.

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I’m a little unicorn obsessed; which is why I swooned over this cute little trinket holder. Ideally, I would have a lot more jewellery to drape over this little fella, but I don’t really wear much jewellery. I mostly use this to store my every day items i.e. watch, rings, etc. I’m notorious for ‘misplacing’ my wedding rings after I wash my face or get out of the shower, but now that I have this cute little holder I have no excuse.

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To be honest, I’m slightly annoyed at this listing. If you follow the link above you will clearly see the sale listing for exfoliating gloves, but what I received was more like an exfoliating pad. Not exactly the end of the world, but it isn’t quite what I paid for (all £3 of my money). Nevertheless this pad is actually really really good. I love using exfoliating mitts and pads to give my skin a good shedding. Body scrubs are great and all, but nothing gets my skin as soft and smooth as a good exfoliating pad and shower gel. This one is a little harder to hold on to than traditional mitts, but it’s very vigorous. My skin is fairly resilient so it can withstand the harshness, but if you have sensitive skin I would be very careful in using this.

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If I had any integrity at all when it comes to shopping, I would have stopped myself from purchasing these. Luckily I have no morals at all and I purchase anything my greedy little eyes set their sights on; which includes these cute little Beauty Blender holders. I know what you’re thinking and I’m probably thinking the same thing. These little holders, albeit as cute as they are, bare no relevance to my life. They don’t make my makeup sponges dry any faster and they don’t preserve their life. What they do offer, however, is a cute little feature on my dressing table and a place to rest my freshly washed sponges other than my dust ridden counter top. What more can you ask for from an egg-cup shaped makeup sponge holder?

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I’ve been wanting to try out one of these bad boys ever since I saw it explode on the pages of Instagram. Silicone sponges are all the rage at the moment and I just had to find out why. The original silicone sponge from order finast online india retails for around £8.00 with a wait list as long as the M11. This sponge seemed like a real bargain to me and to be honest, silicone is silicone so I can’t imagine why I would pay 8 times more than this for a so-called coveted sponge.

Unlike Beauty Blenders, you don’t need to soak silicone sponges in water to activate their productivity. Silicone sponges are designed to eliminate product wastage as it doesn’t soak up any foundation and therefore it’s easier to clean as the foundation simply slides off with water.

To be honest, I wouldn’t throw away my Beauty Blender for this sponge. It doesn’t do a bad job, but I really don’t like the feel and hold of it compared to a Beauty Blender. I wouldn’t use it with one of my heavier foundations as I think it would take forever and a day to blend out, but something like order finast online canada (or an alternative tinted moisturiser) for everyday use is perfect for this type of sponge.

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Can I just say…this is bloody genius! I hate cleaning my makeup brushes. Not only is it completely tedious work, but I can’t stand laying all my brushes out on my dressing table and waiting for them to dry. I don’t know if it’s just me, but my makeup brushes take longer than necessary to dry; which means I need to wash them when I don’t plan on wearing makeup for about two days. There’s never an occasion where I don’t need to wear makeup, so washing my brushes has become an unwelcome task in all aspects. This nifty little drying rack has made me forget my makeup brush washing woes.

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You can hold up to 26 different sized makeup brushes on this rack; which makes it perfect if you have a melting pot of brands in your collection. The stand itself is pretty sturdy and is fairly easy to dismantle and store flat if space is an issue. The brush holes are very secure; which means that your brushes aren’t going to slide out. Hanging your brushes upside down is obviously the way forward when it comes to drying your freshly washed brushes as it preserves their life. My only wish is that this rack came in different sizes as I have more brushes than sense!

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hair hacks

With every ounce of my body I can profoundly declare that I am completely shit at doing my hair. Makeup I know…hair is a completely different story. I have three hairstyles in my life – straight, curly and homeless. 9 times out of 10 I opt for the latter. I won’t pretend to be a hair guru. Hell I won’t pretend to care. I wash my hair about once a week. I do aim for twice a week, but even once is enough to put me into trauma.

It’s not that I don’t like doing my hair. Actually…scratch that…I really don’t like doing my hair. I have so much of it you see that the prospect of washing, drying and styling my hair seems as enjoyable as a hot bikini wax with a metal spatula. This is why I enlist the help of genius hair hacks to ensure that my hair doesn’t look like a complete disaster (all the time).

Use a microfibre towel to dry your hair

We’ve all heard the cardinal rule that vigorously rubbing your hair between a bog standard bathroom towel will do more damage than good. I’m a person that needs to slightly towel dry my hair before going in with a  hairdryer to avoid standing there for 10 hours. My hair is so thick and dense that a hairdryer simply won’t suffice, but using a towel to take out excess moisture actually leaves my hair frizzy (more so than normal). I’ve tried the old trick of using a t-shirt rather than a towel, but it made zero difference in my opinion.

Microfibre towels, like the order finast online uk, may seem like an indulgent purchase, but if you suffer with hair anxiety as I do, it could be your best friend. However, there are cheaper alternatives on the market, which can be found all over Amazon. Microfibre towels are proven to reduce drying time, reduce blow-drying time which can help retain colour and tackle frizz. I use a microfibre towel that I picked up from Primark and I kid you not, by the time I finish popping on my lotions and potions after I get out of the shower, my hair is 80% dry after being wrapped up in one of these.

Wash before bed and style in the morning 

I wouldn’t necessarily call this a hack, just a simple word of advice. If you have long hair or you find doing your hair before work a chore, putting in that effort to wash your hair at night can save highly valuable sleep time. I never get time in the mornings to wash and style my hair so getting it washed the night before so that it’s all dry and ready to be styled is a life saver. One thing, however, that I definitely don’t do is go to bed with wet hair. I do put in the effort to towel dry, with my microfibre towel, and then a quick blow dry to ensure that my hair shafts are smoothed down before bed. Tossing around on your pillow at night can rough-up the hair cuticles and therefore cause frizz. After I dry my hair I like to wrap it up in a very high top knot so that I avoid any possibility of damage during my sleep.

Hot rollers for a bit of bounce

When I’m looking to get some extra body in my hair or if I’m in need of some glamorous curls, I turn to hot rollers. I know what you’re thinking. You can take the girl out of Essex, but…I haven’t got the time (or the patience) to be standing there giving myself a bouncy blow dry or perfectly formed barrel curls. I find hot rollers a life saver. Any rollers in fact. If I have a lot of time, I pop my hair into velcro rollers, like the cheap finast australia, and get on with my day until it’s time to take them out. My hot rollers of choice are the cheap finast for sale; which are hands down the best roller system I’ve used and I’ve tried them all! Rollers are a great way to style your hair, without having to actually do your hair. I pop them on before I start my makeup and by the time I’ve applied my last layer of lippie it’s time to take them out. A quick spritz of hairspray and voila!

Spray hairspray on a brush/comb

I suffer with flyaway hair, thanks to all of the baby hair that I’ve got going on. A trick that I’ve learnt is to spritz some hairspray onto a brush, or comb, and run through my hair to style the style. I particularly focus on my parting where most of my baby hairs tend to run wild. It’s a nifty little trick for a frizz-haired girl like me, but don’t forget to wash your brush or comb regularly to rid it of the leftover residue.

Sparkling water as a hair rinse

The pH levels of carbonated water are lower than the water from your shower so using a bottle of sparkling (or carbonated) water on your mane as your last hair-washing step will do wonders for taming frizzy hair. Shampoo and condition as normal then pour a bottle of  sparkling water over your hair as a hair rinse. It will leave you with shiny, soft and manageable hair without any stickiness or smell.

Sugar to exfoliate your scalp

Did you know that your scalp requires as much cleansing, exfoliating and moisturising as your face does? I know what you’re thinking, how are you supposed to do that? Well our traditional shampoo and conditioner routine provides two out of three of those steps, but exfoliating the scalp seems to be missing. Product build up as well as dead skin cells and clog up your scalp leaving you with dry, itchy, flaky skin i.e. dandruff. It can also slow down cell renewal of the hair follicle and therefore prevent hair growth. Exfoliating (or clarifying) your scalp every now and then is so important, but rather than add ANOTHER product to your bathroom, why not try simple sugar? Adding a tablespoon to your shampoo once a month will provide you with a gentle exfoliation of the scalp, not to mention a lovely smell. The sugar will dissolve fairly easily under the shower so there’s no fuss about rinsing it out.

Practice three ‘in a rush’ hairstyles 

We all have those days when we’re in a rush. Mine is pretty much every day of my life. When I don’t have time to wash, straighten or curl my hair, I enlist the help of three hairstyles which I can always rely on. Practising three hairstyles, such as a fishtail braid, a messy bun or a half-up top knot will give you that confidence on your ‘off days’ to go out into the world with perfectly presentable hair. Put some practice in during your down time to master three hairstyles and you’ll never have to worry about what to do with your hair when you’re in a rush.

Give your pony some life

In reference to my previous hack, a ponytail is one of my fail-safe ‘in a rush’ hairstyles. Not particularly adventurous I must admit, but I do love a good pony. However, a simple ponytail can look a bit…well…meh. There are two ways of giving your ponytail some life. One way is to split your ponytail into two sections, one top and one bottom and place a crocodile clip in between them. Get as close as you can to the top of the ponytail and let the top piece gently fall over it. This will give the illusion of a ‘fuller’ ponytail without having to backcomb.

Another method is to create two ponytails to give the illusion of longer hair. Split your hair as you would with a half-up half-down hairstyle. Secure a ponytail in the bottom section and secure a second ponytail in the top. The top ponytail will mask the second, but it will look like you have much longer hair.

Styling powder between curls

If, like me, you crave big voluminous curls for a special night out (think Victoria Secret models), but you struggle to keep that volume going for longer than an hour try styling powders. I must admit they don’t leave your hair feeling great the next morning, but they easily wash out. Volume powders like cheap finast india add texture and volume to lacklustre hair that needs a little oomph. Traditionally, volume powders are sprinkled into the roots and massaged in for instant volume, but try sprinkling some powder in between your waves/curls for seriously big hair. Grab random sections of your freshly curled hair and sprinkle a light dusting of the powder all over. Focus particularly on the ‘underneath’ parts of your hair and in between layers. Don’t worry about the powder showing up, volume powders very quickly dissolve into nothing, but they leave you with MASSIVE hair that will last all night.

Use eyeshadow to fill in your hairline

This hack has been tried and tested all over the online beauty community and it really works! If your hairline or parting lacks some density, grab an eyeshadow and a brush (fluffy face brush will do the trick) and use it to fill in the gaps. Be sure to use an eyeshadow that closely resembles the colour of your hair unless you want to look really silly. Filling in the gaps in your hairline and parting gives the illusion of much thicker hair.

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To say that I’m a cynic wouldn’t be far from the truth. I’m not a person that you would initially label as a spiritualist. I believe, to some extent, in another dimension, but I’m a complete chicken and I choose not to delve too deep into the unknown.

I’ve recently been dabbling in some natural healing methods to alleviate myself of the stress and anxiety that I’ve suffered (read my blog post on it cheap finast tablets). One method, in particular, has opened the door to a new obsession that I never thought I would adopt.

Crystal healing therapy involves the use of naturally formed crystals to absorb, focus, direct and diffuse our energy fields to enable a diseased or out of balance body to find its natural energetic rhythm once again. Crystals emit tiny electrical impulses which are received and recognised via the body’s neurological system. Each crystal has its own unique power of energy and the correct placement of the ‘correct’ crystal can promote mental and physical harmony.

Sounds about as new-age as a hippie, bra-burning session doesn’t it? Well don’t be too quick to judge. Crystal therapy has turned this cynic into a true believer that we don’t need to pump our bodies full of drugs to tackle life’s problems.

I won’t pretend that I’m now an expert on crystal therapy. In fact, I’m a complete novice. Most of my knowledge comes from advice of others or from a particular book; which has taught me all of the basics that I need to know. “cheap finast” by Judy H Hall is a great starting point for anyone wishing to dabble in a bit of crystal healing without being too overbearing.

So which crystals should you keep in your home? Well that’s not for me to say, despite the title of the blog post. Crystals are one of the most personalised objects that you will ever be in possession of and those which you feel the greatest connection to when you hold them are often the ones for you. Since acquiring my chosen crystals I’ve felt a great sense of calm and tranquillity within my home and within myself. Now if I was a ‘glass half empty’ kinda girl my scepticism would go into overdrive. How could a rock help me with my state of mind?! Thankfully I’m not so cynical and I’ve opened my mind to the possibilities.

Here are the crystals that I keep in my home and the uses for their power:-

Rose Quartz – Labelled as ‘the ultimate love stone’. Rose quartz opens up the heart chakra and promotes love in all forms (self-love, family, romance, etc). It’s a powerful harmoniser of the body’s energies and its myriad properties work at getting us back in touch with love by removing emotional wounds. Rose Quartz chunks sprinkled throughout your home infuses a deep healing and rejuvenating energy and inspires those who dwell there to always invoke love and compassion.

Amethyst – This deep purple stone works as a meditative and calming crystal to promote emotional, spiritual and physical calm. It’s great at removing impatience and purifies any negative energy. If tempers run high, having Amethyst in your home can ensure a good balance and help you in keeping anger to a minimum. There’s no particular place where you would need to put this crystal, but an area which causes the most amount of disagreements would be the best place to start (mine’s definitely around the bathroom).

Black Tourmaline – This is one of the most powerful protection stones around. Negative energies, entities or destructive forces are dispelled. It guards against radiation and environmental pollutants, and is highly useful in purifying and neutralizing one’s own negative thoughts and internal conflicts, and turning them into positive, usable energy. Black Tourmaline is also powerful as a grounding stone, providing a connection between Earth and the human spirit. It promotes a sense of power and self-confidence, allowing for a clearer, more objective view of the world. It is empowering to those who live or work in challenging environments or those who face difficult circumstances. I find it best to wear my Black Tourmaline as a bracelet (or any other form of jewellery), rather than just placing it in the home.

Smoky Quartz – Another hugely powerful protection stone. What sets this apart from Black Tourmaline is that it possess the power redirect negative energy back into the Earth to be neutralised naturally. This stone absorbs significant amounts of negative energy and provides a vital shield. Having Smoky Quartz alongside Black Tourmaline isn’t a bad idea as they both work in perfect harmony together, but my choice in Smoky Quartz was mostly to control the anxiety attacks I would often get. Smoky Quartz is extensively used in holistic treatments and meditation for its ability to make the world feel like a better place.

Lapis Lazuli – Labeled as the stone of ‘wisdom and truth’. Lapis Lazuli is a powerful crystal for activating the higher mind and enhancing intellectual ability. It stimulates the desire for knowledge, truth and understanding, and aids the process of learning, as well as enhancing your memory. Lapis Lazuli also encourages deep communication and attention-deficits. If you find that communication (lack of or in an incorrect form) is a problem, this stone is for you.

Citrine  This is a very joyful stone; which brings bright energy, good fortune and good luck to you and your family. This well known crystal works at bringing success and prosperity to your home. A stronger, more focused mind is induced; which brings power and motivation to your goals. Keeping Citrine in your home will ensure that the sun will continue to shine on you and your family.

Do you use natural crystals in your home or for healing? Comment below with the crystals of your choice and what they’re used for.