Working From Home? Keep Healthy and Productive with These TipsWorking at home, especially when you're not used to it, can be really tough. Here are some tips that can help make the transition easier — as well as some that may help take the edge off of staying in.
Cherie is an online community of beauty lovers sharing their stories, whether that's their favorite products, makeup tutorials, or skincare routines. Download the app today to be a part of #BeautyWithoutBarriers and show the world what beauty means to you!Video chats, email chains, and phone calls, oh my! Working from home is uncharted territory for many, but has become a necessity in the past few weeks. Since working from home can be a challenge, here's a list of things you can do to make your WFH experience more refreshing, effective and fun!1. Stick to your morning and evening routineWhile it can be very tempting to take temporary work from home as a staycation, you should do your best to stick to your typical daily routines. Whether this means waking up early and puting on a full face of makeup or keeping it a bit more casual, it will make you feel much more settled if you keep your routines as normal as usual. Every night, make sure you do your nightly skin care routine and get a good night's sleep!2. Do what makes you feel goodWhile working in your pajamas a couple of days a week can be nice while you're working at home, it definitely isn't good long-term. Working in pajamas can scramble your productivity, sleep patterns, and mental health. Wearing your designated work clothes, doing your hair, or puting on makeup — though it sounds silly — can keep your brain in work mode and you feel more put together.3. Keep a dedicated office/desk space (and make sure it's NOT your bed)Keeping a home office (or desk space if you're hurting for space in an apartment) is crucial to keeping productive while working from home, so lounging in bed while working on your laptop might not be the best choice for your mental health and sleep schedule. Instead, working from a desk, table, or separate room can help keep your brain at ease.4. Create a soothing environmentWhether you're soothed by candles, a spritz of perfume, or Beyoncé, creating a soothing work environment is imperative while you're working from home; there's nothing worse than sitting down to work and being unsettled or uncomfortable. Take advantage of your time at home and surround yourself with whatever is going to make you feel the most productive and at ease.5. Get some fresh airSpeaking of a comfortable work environment, draw the blinds, open the windows, and take a deep breath! Getting fresh air throughout your work day is incredibly important for keeping your brain on top of its game. Fresh air is also very important for keeping skin happy and healthy!6. Schedule dance breaks into your day (and don't short-change yourself on time!)Scheduling and timing breaks are super important to keep yourself relaxed and in the zone. Without breaks, it's very easy to become overwhelmed with your tasks, so get up from your desk at least once every hour for a stroll around the house and go outside at least once a day. Dance breaks are encouraged!7. After work, "go home" — even if you are homeClose your laptop, change your clothes, and eat a good meal. Take time to get into relaxation mode: change into comfy clothes, get un-ready, rest in bed for a few minutes, stretch in your living room, and go for a quick walk around the block. Let your mind settle in just like you would with any other typical work day.8. Most importantly, take time for yourselfWorking from home can take a lot of your personal time, so it's as important as ever to make sure you're taking care of yourself. Take a long shower, do a nice face mask, or even give yourself a nice mani-pedi at the end of a long day. You deserve it.
Mar. 23, 2020
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okay so i’m sorry for the light this week but i’m working on a work station. However this Morphe Maddie palette isn’t doing it for the me. In my opinion I believe to pull a good palette together is blend ability and good shimmer or glitters. The shimmers on the is so trash 🗑 sorry to say. i literally had to dig for a good creamy shine. However it isn’t a complete miss. The other colors did have some good pigment and my fav shade is the black shade. It was really dark and blendable. I would probably recommend this to someone with more fair skin because they pigments and shimmers would work better in their favor. Have you used this palette if yes tell me all about below, if no would you still wanna try it out and why ?
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since COVID has started, I know many people are on new (or refining old) skincare journeys and I’ve recently been experiencing some dryness/dehydrating as the winter rolls around, which also aggravates my already oily skin. I’ve worked in the beauty industry for a while and also was formerly an esthetician, so I can get picky with skincare and ingredients. ‼️for reference, my skin type is: combo (oily/dehydrated), formerly acneic, hyperpigmentation prone, and sensitive 🔬I’ve used Dr. Jart in the past and love that it’s a Korean, science-backed brand so I was stoked to try this Porecting Solution Mask! this mask promises fresh, clear glowing skin that deeply cleanses and purifies pores. the mask contains charcoal and saponine, which creates the bubbling effect you see in the above photo. this product does not contain sulfates, paragons, are phthalates. 🛁when I first took it out of its package, I thought there were *two* masks per package instead of one, but if you read the instructions, there’s actually a “mask film” on the actual mask itself that you’re supposed to remove, so make sure to do that! the actual mask is thick and full of product while the mask film is thinner and lighter in color. the directions also give you a tip to massage the mask to release the bubbling/foaming effect - I did this mask with my mom at the same time in separate rooms and she totally didn’t read the instructions so her mask didn’t bubble at all, so I would suggest to definitely massage the mask. 💬I left it on for 20 minutes and it continued to bubble about 5-10 minutes in, then stopped bubbling. you can hear the bubbles pop as the mask sits on your face, which is kinda weird but cool. the mask didn’t slip off AT ALL which is also a huge, even when I put a sweatshirt on over my head. after taking it off, the serum took about another 10 minutes to soak into my skin and my face felt super smooth and my pores looked tighter and more clean. I have a few sebaceous filaments on my nose that I sometimes pick at and as I was rubbing the serum into my skin, I saw that some of the sebaceous filaments on my nose were sloughing off (which is gross, but speaks to how well the product worked)! overall, I would definitely recommend and use this again! if you have oily skin or otherwise clogged pores, sebaceous filaments, blackheads, etc. I would suggest this for you. even if you have dry/normal skin, this would be a good option since my skin didn’t feel dried out at all afterward, even in my dry spell now, and felt rather hydrated and plump. five stars! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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