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    BODY shapes come in all different shapes and sizes. But one woman, who is from the US, has taken to TikTok to share the problems that she encounters with having a small chest. 2Yolanda, who is from the US, often shares stories on TikTok to spread small chest positivityCredit: Tiktok/@yolandainthecity 2She revealed some of the problems that she encounters with having small boobsCredit: Tiktok/@yolandainthecity Yolanda, who goes by the acronym @yolandainthecity and often shares stories online to spread small chest positivity, posted a short clip where she explains: "Flat chest problems no one talks about." She then goes on to list several of the issues she encounters on a daily basis. Among them includes frustration that lingerie never quite fits right and that bralettes fit loose. Not stopping there, she also expresses her annoyance that "bikinis never stay in place" and notes that it's "impossible to find a bra that doesn't gap." READ MORE ON BODY SHAPESSHOPPING BUST I’ve got big boobs and shopping is a total nightmare - even a large won't fitWomanly worries I’ve got tiny boobs and...
    A WOMAN has been hailed a "genius" after sharing her clever beauty hack that gives the illusion of fake eyelashes. Anna Peach, who is from the US, took to TikTok and shared a video where she can be seen flaunting her luscious, long lashes. 2Anna Peach, who is from the US, took to TikTok and shared the innovative way she fools people into thinking she's wearing false eyelashesCredit: TikTok / annathepeach 2Social media users branded the clever hack "genius"Credit: TikTok / annathepeach Only, moments later she zooms in to reveal that not all is at it seems. Rather than forking out on lash extensions from a professional, she explains how she draws fake ones on her eyelid using eyeliner instead. Anna captioned the video: "OK but can you tell? My hooded eye lid struggles and also one of my favourite lazy girl makeup hacks." Many of her her social media followers were quick to take to the comments section to praise the innovative idea. READ MORE ON HAIR AND BEAUTYAGELESS BEAUTY People think I'm older than I am & can't...
    (CNN)The US and its allies have been weighing how the West could provide Ukraine with alternative security guarantees should it forgo its NATO membership bid as a concession to Russia to end the war, multiple sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.The discussions, which have included the Ukrainians directly, are in very early phases because it is not clear to US, Western and Ukrainian officials that the Russian negotiations are anything more than a smokescreen.But it is unlikely, they noted, that the US and its allies will ultimately offer Ukraine the kinds of legally binding protections it is requesting.In peace talks with Russia in Istanbul this week, Ukrainian negotiators proposed that Ukraine might be willing to commit to neutrality when it comes to NATO. But at the same time, they want Western countries, including the US and UK, to guarantee via ratified treaties that they would protect Ukraine should Russia invade again in the future. Such an agreement would mirror NATO's Article V, which states that an attack on one member of the alliance is an attack on all members....
    A MOM of twin boys decided to opt-out of the traditional baby crib for her newborns – now they actually fall asleep on their own. Katelyn Parkinson has shared on social media the long list of benefits of the Montessori sleeping method. 5A savvy baby mama revealed she doesn't put her twin boys to sleep in a cribCredit: TikTok/katelynpparkinson99 5Instead, she bought one Montessori floor bed for each baby boyCredit: TikTok/katelynpparkinson99 Instead of cribs, Parkinson invested in Montessori floor beds for her boys ever since they were just four months old. The beds on the ground give babies the freedom to move around without the fear of them falling. She explained in the clip: "We simply tuck them in and walk out." Since the two boys have both their mattresses side by side, it also gives them the chance to fall asleep next to each other. Read more parenting tips BYE-BYE CRUMBS Mom's Dollar Tree trick prevents kids from making a mess when eating in carsSpoonful of sugar Savvy mom shares trick that guarantees kids always take their medicine...
    (CNN)In this spring season, we should all take time to remember that sometimes, good things do indeed happen after great hardships. As America emerges from the deepest depths of our pandemic crisis, state governments find themselves with a happy problem: too much cash on hand. Aided by federal Covid-relief dollars and now facing surging revenues due both to a fast-growing economy and inflation, states have more money than they presently can spend. Mirabile dictu. Edward J. McCaffery So, next comes the question of what politicians do when they have too much money, a rare fortuity indeed. Read MoreSome states are now simply giving the money back to taxpayers -- simply, if loudly. Georgia's Gov. Brian Kemp, facing a tough election year, this week very publicly signed a bill authorizing hundreds of dollars to be sent as income tax refunds to state residents who filed returns in 2020 and 2021, right around the time that they will be filing their federal taxes. Let's set aside for a moment 2018 Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams' response, Abrams being Kemp's likely opponent in...
    Oakland A’s fans deserve better. But sadly, any fans who have stuck around know the drill by now. The A’s are tearing it all down, again. This weekend, All-Star starting pitcher Chris Bassitt was traded to the Mets. Monday, Matt Olson, a legitimate MVP candidate, was sent to the Braves. More will come in the days and weeks to come. Matt Chapman, Sean Manaea, Frankie Montas — anyone wearing green and yellow and anywhere near arbitration is on the market. And while you could make the argument that the A’s have done well in the deals they have already made, that misses the point. This batch of A’s was supposed to be the core of a competitive team. It was a competitive team up until last season. But instead of augmenting around them while they were inexpensive, instead of signing good players to contract extensions before they hit free agency, the A’s blew it all up again, well before this core’s time was up. Predictable? Of course. But sports are an escape from everyday life. They need to sell hope...
    A Ukrainian MP toted an AK-47 in hand during an interview with Newsmax TV on Friday, vowing to defend the country's capitol before warning 'if Russians enter Kyiv, there will be hell for them' as he brandished the firearm on TV. Alexey Goncharenko, 41, an avid critic of Russia's efforts to invade the neighboring country, made the comments on the second day that Ukraine faced its third straight day of fighting, which has since continued on to Saturday.   'It's such a magic rifle, Kalashnikov, yes,' Goncharenko said.  'And if Russians will enter, if Russians will enter Kyiv, there will be hell for them, and I will do my best, certainly. Probably, I will not make too much, because really, I'm absolutely not professional, but I'll do my best.' Scroll down for video  Alexey Goncharenko, 41, pictured holding an AK-47 in hand during an interview Friday, vowing to defend country's capitol before warning 'if Russians enter Kyiv, there will be Hell for them' 'It's such a magic rifle, Kalashnikov, yes,' Goncharenko said during Friday's interview with Newsmax TV Pictured: heavy fighting...
    A WOMAN has shared the shocking results of her haircut - and it’s so bad people are convinced a child did it. Kenzi, 23, who lives in Canada, asked her hairdresser for a shoulder length do with beachy waves, but the result was very different. 2Kenzi was desperate for a chic new hairdo - but in the end she got something very differentCredit: Tiktok/@gingaaak 2Her haircut was so bad, people were convinced a child was responsibleCredit: Tiktok/@gingaaak Taking to her TikTok account she shared an image of the ‘hair-spiration’ she had presented to her stylist, compared to what she actually got - and it’s enough to put you off visiting a hairdresser for life. The photo, taken of the back of Kenzi’s head, reveals that the stylist hacked off the top layer of hair so that it sits above ear height. She left the remaining hair at shoulder-length without using layering to blend the two lengths and the result is nothing short of disastrous.  Her video has since received over 1.2 million views, and thousands of comments from viewers who...
    A LOTTERY winner has revealed that he doesn’t plan to give any of his winnings to his family, despite the fact that they are struggling with debt. Taking to Reddit, the recent winner claimed that he had hit a jackpot of over £4 million but after announcing his plans not to share his family has ‘cut him off.’ 1A lottery winner who won £4 million says that his family have cut him out after he refused to share itCredit: Alamy He explained that himself and his wife, both 24, occasionally bought a lottery ticket for ‘fun.’ He wrote: “Well, this month we won big. After the lump sum fee and taxes, we won around 5.6 million dollars.  “After paying all our debt( student loans, house mortgage, car loans) we had around 5 million left. In case you don’t know 70 per cent of lottery winners go broke after a few years.” Not wanting to meet the same fate, the man and his wife decided they would invest three million of the winnings and the remaining two million dollars would be...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Teachers in Baltimore City have been telling the district they feel burnt out and now, changes are now being made to help alleviate some of the pressure as the school year marches on. “We are postponing deadlines for programmatic things to start, hopefully giving an extra day the week of Thanksgiving. It’s a combination of things like wellness time being built into staff development days,” said Dr. Sonja Santelise, BCPSS CEO. READ MORE: Unemployed Workers Union Vows To Keep Fighting After Baltimore Judge Dismisses LawsuitFormer city resident, Sally Kervin, said she has sympathy for teachers everywhere after many were forced to be virtual, then sent back to the classroom with all new protocols in place. “It’s like totally flipping a switch to go from virtual to in-person. I think we’re all burned out, especially educators, so if they need extra help let’s give it to them.” “A lot of the burnout is the result of additional tasks that staff members are expected to take on,” said Diamonte Brown, President of Baltimore’s Teacher’s Union. She added many teachers...
    As millions prepare for Monday 11 October and 'Freedom Day' in NSW, many are wondering what the etiquette is around vaccination and if it's 'rude' to ask someone if they've been double-vaxxed.  Julie Lamberg-Burnet, from the Sydney School of Protocol, said while vaccination is a delicate subject, it is completely 'fair' to discuss it with someone. The etiquette expert shared how to tackle the subject of COVID-19 vaccines - from how to check someone in the public domain has been double-vaxxed to how you should react if they're not. Julie Lamberg-Burnet (pictured), from the Sydney School of Protocol, shared her vaccination etiquette guide with FEMAIL, and how you can check if someone is double-vaxxed RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Nutritionist lists the four major mistakes impacting your... Financial expert answers the three most common questions she... Dietitians: The three ways you can speed up your metabolism... Three cheap laundry hacks that will save you HOURS on your... Share this article Share She said while the conversation around vaccination is delicate...
    DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (CBS) — Police in west suburban Downers Grove were searching Thursday for two men who tried to carjack someone at gunpoint at a gas station in broad daylight, but gave up on taking the car when they couldn’t start it. At 1:15 p.m., Downers Grove police were called for a carjacking at the BP station at 4314 Main St., at Ogden Avenue, in Downers Grove. READ MORE: Illinois State Police To Saturate Patrols In Wake Of Chicago Area Expressway Shootings; Data Show Very Few Arrests Are Made In Such CasesTwo men had gotten out of a dark-colored Dodge minivan and had come up to a customer who was filling their vehicle with gas. One of the suspects pointed a gun at the customer, who ran away from their own vehicle, police said. The suspects got in and tried to drive off, but they couldn’t start the vehicle, police said. So they gave up, went back to the minivan, and left. There were two other people inside the minivan who didn’t get out, police said. READ MORE: Isabel...
    The insanity of governing while Democrat was on full display Wednesday as numerous political figures fought over how much money is okay to spend on helping people have better lives. In a rational world, policymakers would look at a problem—say, nearly half of senior and disabled people not having dental care—and determine how much it would cost to fix that, then find that money. Like from raising taxes on rich people. Or maybe just enforcing the tax laws already on the books and getting the money from fat-cat tax dodgers. It's how it works for defense spending. "Look—there's a shiny new plane which may or may not work and costs $100 million per pop! Let's get it!" Then the nation sinks $1.62 trillion into a black hole over three decades even though the damn thing doesn’t work, and has to spend billions more on yet another plane. That just keeps happening. But making sure a senior citizen has teeth with which they can eat? Allowing them to age in their own homes with adequate, paid assistance? That we have to pinch pennies on. These...
    I understand the skepticism about the San Francisco Giants’ success this season. I had plenty of it. After all, this San Francisco roster is filled with a bunch of randos and nobodies — guys who came to the Giants because no one else wanted to give them a chance. And the guys fans do know — Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford, Evan Longoria — well, they were supposed to be washed up. On top of that, this team has been all sorts of banged up all season. In their four-game series against the Dodgers this week, they were missing their starting third, second, and first baseman — their shortstop, too. Yet the Giants kept doing what they’ve done all season: they won. Every game the Giants play with the Dodgers feels like a playoff contest, so winning three out of four in Los Angeles was always going to be a big deal, even if it’s July. But I think that series win carries even more weight than rivalry and an expansion of their lead in the...
    New York City is funding a controversial pilot program that will give away monthly cash payments of $1,250 to as many as 40 homeless people between 18 and 24 for two years - with no strings attached.  Recipients will be able to request how they want their money, such as in incremental payments or upfront as cash, and have no limits as to how they could spend it. Championed by homeless advocacy group Point Source Youth and researchers from Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, the 'Trust Youth Initiative' aims to determine whether giving cash to young homeless people will improve their housing outcomes and employment opportunities. The program will also provide supportive services like financial coaching and housing navigation.  Point Source Youth's website calls it 'the first study of the effectiveness of direct cash assistance to young people, 18-24, with optional supportive services to help advance the goal of ending youth homelessness.' About 30 to 40 participants are set to be enrolled starting late this fall. Organizers have not specified how they will pick the participants or whether...
    A woman has been dubbed the 'new Central Park Karen' after she was caught on camera finding two black women's phone charger on the ground, refusing to give it back, and then smirking as she calls 911 to falsely claim they're threatening and beating her. The incident unfolded when Alana Lambert and her friend were vlogging a day out in Central Park, New York City. Lambert said her portable charger fell from her friend's bike and the woman picked it up and wouldn't give it back until they proved it was theirs.  Lambert filmed what happened next with the woman telling a 911 dispatcher that the two black women were 'touching', 'threatening' and 'beating' her when the footage shows this not to be the case.  She also tells the black women 'yes I am' when they ask if she is racist. It is now a crime to make a false or hate-based 911 call in the state of New York after lawmakers passed a series of criminal justice and police reform laws last summer.  This law was triggered by the original...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have insisted they should be involved in any 'formal' investigation over allegations that they bullied their staff, a source has claimed. The probe, which is currently being billed as an 'internal review' by human resources, could hear evidence from up to 12 ten royal aides who worked for the couple. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not yet been contacted about the probe, which will be led by a human resources manager from the Royal Household. Past and present staff will be invited to speak about their experiences, with the aim to improve human resources policies at the palace and see if lessons can be learnt. However a palace aide told the Daily Telegraph that the Sussexes are unlikely to be involved or even told about the process, which has been labelled an 'internal review'. And a source close to Harry and Meghan said the couple, who now live in Montecito, California, had not been told about the probe and knew nothing of its scope. The source said: 'If it was an investigation into...
    Mother and son from Iowa arrested in Capitol riot, FBI says Lawyer who brought election suit referred for possible discipline When you’re sixteen, a $200 gift card from your grandparents is a great Christmas gift, but for one Massachusetts family, it turned out to be a less than great experience when they tried to use it. © Provided by NBC Boston ”It was actually bought for her because my daughter is a new driver,” says Amy DiPrizio of Billerica. “She has a car and my parents wanted to pay for her gas.”  DiPrizio says there was a problem with her daughter’s card.  “The first time she used it we thought maybe she did something wrong at the pump,” says DiPrizio. “Sometimes they ask for credit or debit and maybe she did it wrong. The second time my husband went with her to give it a try and the same thing happened and it wouldn’t go through.”  Get the latest news on COVID-19 delivered to you. Click here to sign up for our coronavirus newsletter. DiPrizio says they went to...
    BENFIT has launched a new mascara promising your best, longest looking lashes yet. The new They're Real Magnet Extreme Lengthening and Powerful Lifting Mascara is already a hit with shoppers, and we can't wait to get our hands on it. 2Benefit's new Magnetic Mascara promises your longest lashes yetCredit: Benefit Benefit's latest Mascara follows in the footsteps of other best sellers; including BADgal BANG! and award winner They're Real!. They're Real Magnet Extreme Lengthening and Powerful Lifting Mascara, £24.50, Look Fantastic - buy here Benefit have created a science packed formula to give you your longest looking lashes yet. Its available to shop now from lookfantastic.com, and is priced at £24.50. 2You can buy it from Lookfantastic nowCredit: Benefit Benefit's They're Real Magnet Extreme Lengthening and Powerful Lifting Mascara uses a magnetically charged core to provide ultimate length and lift. The innovative extender brush uses a magnetically charged core that pulls thier magnetic mineral enriched formula up and out beyond the tips of lashes to give you extreme length and a poweful lift. View...
    YOUNG makeup fans have caused quite the stir with a bizarre new beauty trend which has them enhance or sometimes create dark under eye bags. The aim is to “normalise” tired eyes as a result of the "bad sleep schedules millennials have", but many joke they have bags naturally and don't need to fake it. 7Beauty influencer Sara Carstens started the tend in December and shared a tutorial showing how she creates dark under eye circlesCredit: @saracarstens/Tiktok Beauty influencer Sara Carstens, 19, went viral in December after she showed herself smudging a chubby brown pencil under her eyes. The model and content creator then blended the colour with her finger to make it look like she has dark circles. In the interview The New York Times, the teen said dark circles can be “beautiful” and added her generation are “all tired and have bad sleeping schedules” anyway. Women, and men, have long been using concealer to hide their dark circles, so, naturally, it's taken many by surprise. 7After applying a chubby brown pencil she blended the colour...
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