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Fernanda Fantauzzi

  • Food, Healthy

    What is the Best Diet for You?

    Sometimes it’s hard to decide on a diet. There’s the Paleolithic diet. The no-carb diet. The protein-only diet. So many options…how do you choose? Well, the great thing is you don’t have to choose. You can nitpick from all the ones you like, do research, and create your own diet.

  • Beauty, Fashion

    How to Look Prim & Ready at All Times

    How do you look fashionable when you are always fashionably late? Just remembering to wash your face in the morning seems like a luxury as you head out the door. With a million things to do, fashion and beauty do not make it to your priority list and yet you find yourself wincing over your stylistic faux pas, wistfully dreaming of one day looking like Grace Kelly.

  • Fashion

    How to Dress Like You Don’t Care When You Really Do

    Sometimes you just want to get out of bed, look perfectly made up, and head out the door, flawless and effortless. But we can’t all be the Kardashians with their retinue of hair stylists and makeup artists, not to mention fashion stylists. But with doing the work ourselves, we get to learn what we like and don’t like and what works with our bodies.

  • Breakfast, Food, Healthy

    Healthy Smoothie Ideas for a Healthy Year

    Smoothies are a great way to get the nutrients you need without compromising taste. Before the gym, as a meal replacement, or just as a snack time treat, shakes pack all the punch and deliver the great taste of fruits like strawberries and vanilla, and oatmeal or peanut butter. Protein? Check. Inconspicuous veggies like spinach? Check.

  • Entertainment

    Why Zooey Deschanel is an inspiration

    In today’s media culture, it can be hard to come across a celebrity who leads a wholesome and reserved life. Most celebrities use their free time to galvanize their reputation, dwell on material things, engage in reckless party and drinking, and entangle themselves in scandal after scandal sometimes for publicity’s sake.

  • Current Events

    Reconciling Science with God

    Have you ever wondered about the perfection that is the human fingerprint? Or the intricate designs on every single blue bird? Or what about the stars and the moon, and how they indicate seasons for us, or the providence of earth’s vegetation, fruits, and root vegetables?

  • Healthy, Inspirational, Living, Wellness

    New Year, New Leaf: 25 Healthy Habits for 2018

    We all have that list. The one we keep underneath piles of paper in the dusty bottom drawer, and we come across every so often when spring cleaning comes around. It is our collection of hopes, our dreams for ourselves, that seem within reach but fall back every year, a few inches here, a few inches there, in the midst of life, work, and everyday obligations. Pretty soon the items on the list become like midnight stars; remembered and admired but too distant to have any real involvement in our lives and the list, like the stars, is cast aside in time for the new day and bigger suns.

  • Millennials, Relationships

    Why I Waited Until College to Date

    I used to think love was like in the movies. Seriously, I thought love came in grand romantic gestures like building a house for someone or giving them the last float off a sunken ship drifting in cold water or watching them sleep for hours just because you want to see their face like that, so blissfully content and at peace.

  • Beauty, Life, Living, Millennials, Wellness

    Should Exercise & Fitness Matter to Christians When Vanity is Involved?

    Everywhere you go, there it is; the figure of a woman in a bikini bottom, that buxom brunette smiling on the cover, selling lipstick, posing as if to say life is not great unless you look like me. You walk out and there it is, plastered on billboards and on the TVs of a store you walk by, men and women that look like the ideal, with etched bodies, perfectly white teeth, and sun-kissed skin.

  • Career & Money, Millennials

    How to Start Preparing for Retirement in Your 20’s

    Saving for retirement in your twenties can seem like too far-fetched of an idea. After all, this is the time to throw caution to the wind, let your hair down, and have fun. Investing and micro-planning are things of the future; you think when you actually have leftover money to consolidate. However, as many studies have proven, taking specific steps in your younger days can have lasting impacts on your future wealth.