Lymphatic drainage

Fashion,Health,Outfit,10 August 2018

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Yesterday, I spent my work day doing what I usually do, a mix between all kinds of things, but with an unusual touch of luxury. In the middle of the day, I treated myself with lymphatic massage at the Blue lagoon beauty salon. I’ve always loved lymphatic massage, since I have sensitive legs that easily get bloated and restless. Travelling and sitting still, is the worst for my legs, but also the heat. I thought I’d share my experiences with lymphatic massage (also known as lymphatic drainage), since I think it can be very useful, but find this method of treatment quite unknown/uncommon here in Finland.

The first time I tried lymphatic massage was when I was pregnant with my first born. I was extremely bloated and my legs were aching, although I worked out a lot and tried to stay very active. Why lymphatic massage is beneficial, is because the massage is designed to boost circulation of fluids and to help toxins and wastes get out of the body faster. Perfect now, after a long super hot summer! It also makes your circulation of fluid much more efficient and boosts the immune system.

I love lymphatic massage because I feel like it flushes out my entire body and I sometimes even feel like I get more energy afterwards. It’s perfect for aching or swollen legs, cellulite, boosts energy and it’s also good for the skin. It’s perfect for re-starts into trying to achieve a healthier lifestyle. I highly recommend this form of massage if you feel swollen and want to get a little help on the way to flush that out.

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Topic: Anger management

Fashion,Outfit,personal,8 August 2018

My mum always taught me that hate is a strong word that it shouldn’t be used. Preferably never. However, hate is actually a word that explains the strength of emotion quite well. After almost a lifetime of non-hating, I’ve decided to take that word back into my vocabulary, but only use it where it belongs. I hate hate. That’s pretty much it.

I get very little hate in my channels, but I see it everywhere and I often see hateful comments embedded into some kind of try to make it a compliment. It doesn’t work that way, I’m sorry. It makes me extremely angry and sad, especially when it comes from grown up people who should know better. I have much more empathy for undeveloped children with anger in their veins or personal issues. Everyone makes mistakes and kids who bully will probably suffer themselves when they realize what they’ve done, later. Us adults we are responsible for our children; therefore, we need to lead by good example and get involved.

Hate to me means speaking, writing or acting to purposely harm other people. It’s not acceptable, whether it’s online or in person. What I find even worse, is that some people try to make hate and bullying acceptable by calling it constructive criticism. Criticism can be very constructive and developing yes, but let’s face it, it never is unless it comes from someone with honestly good intentions and from someone who knows the person on a personal level. We never know someone based on their digital content, and just because someone wants to expose some parts of their lives, doesn’t give anyone the right to have a say in anything. Nothing. Being a public person does not give anyone the right to bully!!! The only rights we have is to unfollow or follow. Follow if you want to support, unfollow if that person gives you even the slightest feeling of negativity, anger or irritation. It’s extremely simple actually.

I personally think, that no one should allow hateful comments on their channels. No one owes anyone to prove to be” thick skinned” and transparent. I think it’s accepting bullying. I delete every single hateful, mean and hurtful comment I get, since I don’t allow that way of speaking towards anyone. Not towards me or any human being. All of us, will for sure get enough criticism from the people we have around us and that should be enough. So, with this text I hope to inspire you to draw the line for yourself and your children. There is nothing cool about proving to be able to take hate. It’s always hurtful and so it should be. Sensitivity, empathy and being acceptable and in touch with our feelings is extremely fragile and precious. Let’s not try to take that away. Peace.

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Pictures by Juuli Rönkä