In January we rang in the Nude Year with self-love, self-care, and self-acceptance, so by now you are hopefully feeling pretty comfortable with your naked bod. It’s still a good time, however, to reflect on an asset that often gets short shrift in skin care regimens: your booty.
Since the pandemic we have all been spending a lot more time seated. Just because your tukhus is usually out of sight, doesn’t mean it should be out of mind. Time to give some love to that special body part that’s been supporting you all year.
On March 8th, all over the planet, we celebrate International Women’s Day. But, what is International Women’s Day? What does it mean and how can you participate?
Since Women’s Day finds its roots in the late 19th century, here’s a little dry history:
First celebrated simply as “Women’s Day”, the original idea is attributed to German socialists and suffragettes who were inspired by the American Socialist Party’s Women’s Day celebration held in New York in 1909 and the Women’s Rights Convention of 1848.
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