Women’s Day is celebrated globally on 8 March every year in honour of their remarkable contribution to our society.The day also commemorates the inspiring role of women around the world to secure women’s rights and build more equitable societies. Women’s Day also remembers the voices of many women that go unheard and who continue to be dominated from securing their rights and realizing their full potential.

Woman – the power to create, nurture and transform! The word ‘woman’ conjures up the images of selfless love, care and affection. At the same time, women ignite the spirit of power andhope. Unfortunately, across the world, women had to fight for their independence and protection of rights. Since decades, women had struggled and are still fighting to express their right to speech, to vote, to equality, to education, to income and most importantly, to freedom.

International Women’s Day honors the women who have paved the path towards our progress and struggled to take ‘womanhood’ to a level where it is now. Unfortunately, at the same time, the day is a reminder of the discrimination and inequality that still continues to plague our society. This special day, dedicated to women around the world, is a celebration of the great success of women across all spheres of life as well as shaping the future.

There is a constant quest for happiness. Sometimes we are fed misinformation and terrible ideas that tell us that putting someone else’s happiness before our own is the right thing to do. For some of us, we are taught that our happiness comes in the form of servitude to parents, a spouse, children, jobs and the list goes on. We are often given misinformation based on another person’s personal experiences and preferences as it pertains to their happiness.

What we fail to ever hear is that happiness is different for everyone. The things that make you happy may not make someone else as fulfilled. Many of us spend significant amounts of our time chasing someone else’s vision of what happiness is. We think because we don’t have the same ideas or goals as others that we will be less happy than someone else
The problem with taking another individual’s idea of happiness is that you don’t give yourself time to try to figure out what will make you happy. Therefore causing yourself unnecessary mental turmoil over why you are not feeling as happy as you thought you would be once you mimicked the life of another individual. Often we tend to go with society and what the status quo tells us will make us happy, or the visions portrayed by someone else’s life, and we tend to make the assumption because they have a particular lifestyle they have attained true happiness. Assuming someone is happy, based solely on their looks is a big misconception and further inhibits our acquisition of true happiness. I will share with you eight ways to attain personal happiness.
1. Take care of yourself. If you are not performing at your greatest potential how can you be any good to anyone else? All of your needs must be met, and you should actively work on doing something for yourself every day. Stop putting what you want on the back burner for others. You should be the most important person to yourself.
Minimalism, an artistic movement that emerged in the United States in the 1960s, sought to feature the basic elements and eliminate non-essential components. In recent years, minimalism is making a strong comeback and you're likely to find minimalist design in everything from product packaging and websites to photography and home interiors.

To get healthy and glowing skin, you need to show it the love and care it deserves. By caring for your skin the right way, you’ll see and feel a real difference in your skin’s complexion. Read on for simple tips on washing your face the right way, while taking care of your skin at the same time.

1. Wash your hands first
If your hands have any bacteria on them (which they will from day-to-day use), this will end up transferred to your face. 

2. Water is not enough
Water alone won’t be able to remove excess sebum, oil soluble particles or other types of dirt. It simply doesn't have the same cleaning power and ability to remove dirt like an effective cleanser does.

3. Lukewarm water
If you use a facial cleanser that requires water, make sure you use lukewarm water to wash your face. Lukewarm water will help open your pores while water that is too hot will dehydrate your skin.

4. Be gentle on your skin
The skin on your face is more sensitive than the skin on the rest of your body, so it needs to be handled with extra-care. The trick is to be gentle. Don’t scrub your skin aggressively while washing or applying your moisturizer. To dry your face, just lightly pat it with a soft towel and avoid rubbing. 

5. Don’t over cleanse
Yes, there’s such a thing as over cleansing. Cleansing twice a day is enough. Over-cleansing can weaken the natural moisture and lipid barrier that helps protect your skin. This can also increase the chance of allowing irritants and allergens to enter the skin.
6. Find the right cleanser for your skin type
It’s very important to find the right cleanser for your skin type. Using the wrong product could actually lead to damaged skin. That’s why it’s so important to look for a gentle cleanser that thoroughly cleans your face and at the same time cares for your skin.
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