The great thing about women is that we know, without a shadow of a doubt, that some things just make more SENSE when you’re female.
I don’t know why, they just do.
Asking for directions stops you from getting lost , and can help you get to your chosen destination quicker and with as much hair left as you set out with.
It doesn’t mean you’re letting your sex down by admitting that you haven’t got a bleedin’ clue where you are and, let’s face it, you’ve been driving round in circles for the past hour.
Chocolate relieves stress.
It might be the time of the month, your other half may be doing your head in, or the small people might have been playing up all day, but a few squares
or bars soon restores sanity.
As your stress levels decrease, you can be found thinking “Pests? Who, those little angels asleep upstairs?! Ooh, no.”
The whole world looks a lot more rosy with a bar of chocolate in your mush and peaceful children.
Make – up hides a multitude of sins
I very rarely wear make up. If there’s a blue moon, or I’m going on a night out, then I might wear a bit.
The great thing with make-up though, is that if you look like you’re half asleep, you can slap a load of stuff on your face and cover it up.
Only wearing it every now and again makes for more of an impact when you actually do, as people comment that you’re looking well.
What that makes me usually I don’t know – I probably go round looking like the Crypt Keeper and have eyes like puffy slits.
Reading is power.
The more you read, the more you know. Whether it’s reading the newspapers and genning up on all the latest news, or reading as many celeb mags as you possibly can.
How else would you know what was going on in the world, or which singer is seeing who now?!
Knowledge is power. Get reading.
Fake tan is an art form
There’s nothing wrong with fake tan, it’s common sense to use it instead of roasting under the sun’s rays.
However, as much as it’s not nice to look like a battered old leather handbag, looking like you’ve been chased by the Tango Man isn’t that good either.
Subtlety is key, less is more!
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