First of all, when we are talking about handbag injuries, we are talking about injuries that happen to your handbag and not injuries to people cause by handbags. Although I am sure there are plenty of those also.
So you buy a handbag that you absolutely love and has required you to take out a small loan, and your bag suffers an injury which makes it basically unwearable. You know the feeling, but do you know all the different types of handbag injuries? So what are the common handbag injuries?
One of the common handbag injuries is a torn strap or connection piece to the strap. This makes the bag very difficult to use unless it can be used a sachet. But often this spells the end of the handbag unless it is taken to a professional for much needed repairs.
Sometimes if your handbag is so overloaded, it can actually cause stretch marks on the leather. Similar to skin stretching on people, these stretch marks are unsightly and are often very difficult to repair or hide. So to prevent this happening to your pride and joy, please do not overload your handbag. Only keep in there what you NEED, and not everything you find.
Stains can come from so many sources such as sauces, kids, pens, dirt stains, or pretty much anything else. Be really careful, especially if you have a light colored bag. If you carry lipstick or pens in your bag, be really careful with them. What I do is put them into a little plastic container or bag which will not allow for leakages. Also, don’t just dump your bag on the ground when you get home or to a restaurant, put them somewhere that is clean.
Finally, we have the dreaded tearing. Tearing can occur if your handbag is too overloaded or if you brush up against something sharp. Be mindful of your bags surroundings and don’t walk to close to fencing or even office walls with tacks attached.
There you have it, these things may seem pretty obvious but we still fall in the habit of not following these tips. Be careful with your bag, sometimes a very minor mark of scratch will make the handbag virtually unwearable.
Italy is a nation known throughout the international community for its incredible and delicious food. However, it isn’t a country known to produce the most nutritious and waistline-friendly meals; the land of carb-laden pastas, creamy sauces, and thick cheeses, Italy is more typically recognized for its deliciously un-nutritious favorites. However, eating your way through Italy doesn’t have to do damage to your weight and your well-being. In fact, many meals native to the nation aren’t grossly unhealthy – with fresh tomatoes and other vegetables, light sauces, and natural herbs, Italian food can prove healthy in many cases.
When eating Italian, it’s important to know what it is that you’re looking at. Although pasta is a common dish, made of many different noodles and in such varied shapes, not all pasta is equal. It’s the most common food you’ll find throughout the country itself, and if you’re trying to eat healthy, you should consider alternatives that allow you to stay lean while chowing down. Try to eat whole wheat pasta noodles, which are full of fiber, or fregola, a higher protein noodle type. Or, if you’d like to keep the pasta as healthy as possible, opt for farro, a complex carbohydrate with both protein and fiber.
Alfredo might be the most delicious, the creamiest, and the best choice while in Italy, but that doesn’t mean it’s healthy. Try to avoid any dishes overloaded with sauce, especially if they’re cream-based in their creation. Eat like a true Italian, and pick pastas that feature light, freshly made sauce that packs more nutrients than fat. Creamy sauces are full of calories and cholesterol, so eat them in significantly smaller portions if you do at all. Red sauces are your best health-conscious choice, as they’re typically made from vegetables and herbs with no excess fat.
Who wants to skip dessert when dining in Italy and surrounded by gelato, pastries, and coffee? You don’t have to give up on the sweets entirely while traveling and dining; instead, you can follow the traditional Italian practice of indulging in dessert by carefully choosing what you eat. Gelato is a perfectly acceptable treat that won’t throw you off your diet entirely; it’s made with milk rather than cream or butter, so it’s exceptionally less fatty than ice cream. Or, try sorbetto, an icy dessert treat that’s made from fruit, water, and sugar only. Both of these options are diet-friendly and healthier than many other desserts.
When it is time to hit the road and you think several hours will be allotted for the journey, make sure that you pack the right kind of snacks with you. Go an extra mile – figuratively and literally, that is – in selecting these snacks by stuffing healthy food in your travel pack. Forget junk foods, sodas and candies. Instead, munch and consume something delicious and, at the same time, nutritious which is good for the body.
We have put together a list of the top snacks that you can bring with you when you travel. More importantly, these foods are easy to prepare that you can do on your own. They are light and can be stored without difficulty.
Throw in your favorite nuts, dried fruits, cereals, and healthy chips and you get yourself a great mix that you can pack for the journey. Trail mixes are popular among hikers but they can also be good for a road trip. In addition, it is something that the whole family can chomp on.
Runners, bikers, and racers carry a granola bar or two with them to fill an empty stomach while on a jaunt. You can add some almonds, blueberries and puffed amaranth to your granola, which will give you a gluten-free bar snack that is rich in protein that you can bring with you to fuel you for the trip.
Kale can give you a boost of energy while it does not bloat your stomach, making it a perfect companion when you’re on the road. You can also get creative with your Kale snacks, like a Kale chip popcorn, for example.
If you want something to cool you off while on a trip, have some frozen yogurt or a homemade protein shake to keep you hydrated. Apart from water, you’ll need easy-to-digest food like yogurts and shakes to give you the nutrients you will need for the expedition.
Dry some sliced apples in your oven and they’re good to go with you for the next adventure. They’re chewy and good for the tummy. As they say, “an apple a day, keeps the doctor away.” So why not have some along the way?
Clothes are essential when traveling. However, it may not be practical to bring too much of it because then it will be too bulky and you will have a hard time getting from one place to another. It is best that you take the ones that are comfortable, durable and functional and take only the minimum. Here are 5 basic pieces of clothing that are necessary and you should bring every time you travel.
This is probably the most basic of all clothing. Depending on how long your trip’s going to last, take a few pairs and make sure that the ones you’ve chosen are the ones that are easy to wash and are fast drying. Pick bras for different occasions etc. If you didn’t bring enough, you can always buy more enroute.
When deciding which shirt to pack, think about your destination. If you are going to a tropical climate, women can pack a few tank tops or a few shirts. Polo shirt for men could also be a better option since the collar can be turned up in order to block the sun.
Regardless where you are headed to, it is best that you take with you a sweater or a jacket to keep you warm. You can choose to bring a lightweight jacket if you are going to a place with a warm climate. You may need this if it gets chilly at the airport for example. Bring a thicker jacket if you are going somewhere cold.
Bring dark colored jeans that are quick drying, something that you can easily wash and then dry overnight. Convertibles can also be a good option if you want to wear shorts. For women, leggings are great and are wearable with pretty much anything.
If you feel you need to, take with you a pair of swimwear that do not take a lot of space. Make sure that you do your research about your destination and what is acceptable based on their culture.