Fashion/Beauty

Fashion tips for plus size women

Fashion tips for plus size women

You can feel beautiful and attractive no matter what size you are. When you’re a plus-size, it’s all a question of cuts, fabrics and proportions! Here’s a little advice from Nadine Joannette.

July 29, 2019
Choosing the right bra

Choosing the right bra

Did you know that up to 80% of women don’t have the right bra size? Here is some advice to help you make the right choice.

May 1, 2013
Pregnant: where to shop?

Pregnant: where to shop?

Due to popular demand, Nadine Joannette shares with us some good places to find great maternity clothes and cool accessories.

April 7, 2013
Cute and funny pregnancy T-shirts

Cute and funny pregnancy T-shirts

Because that beautiful belly deserves to be highlighted and what better way than with a personalized t-shirt with a touching or humorous message or picture!

August 22, 2012
Dry skin and chapped lips

Dry skin and chapped lips

Although it is the body's largest organ, skin is often neglected. With the wind and cold temperatures that winter brings, it’s important to take care of it!

January 8, 2012
How to do your makeup

How to do your makeup

We don’t always have time or feel like putting on makeup, but it does wonders for our self-esteem! To achieve a great look, just follow these basic rules and you’ll be on your way.

August 14, 2011

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Meeting a teacher for the first time

Your child's teacher wants to meet you and you don’t know what to expect. Here are a few tips to make the most of it.

The ABCs of over-the-counter medication

Just because drugs are sold over-the-counter doesn’t mean that they are harmless. Here’s a little guide to help you heal your child safely this flu season.

My second child doesn’t like school as much as the first

Your eldest loves school and has good grades. Her little brother is not as enthusiastic! How can you encourage the first without discouraging the second?

Be careful what you tell your children

These little sayings seem harmless but they can leave negative traces and give your child a false sense of guilt. Here is a quick autopsy of the parental language.