In keeping with the ICECReam’s brief to ‘support and enhance all aspects of the early career research experience’ we’ve secured the services of Bec. While not directly engaged in research herself, Bec knows lots of researchers and is sympathetic to our situation. Bec’s our link to the world outside of peer-reviewers, grant applications and statistically significant difference; she’s here not to judge but to help us all be more like normal people who live in the normal world. So for your education and enjoyment here’s the first installment of Bec’s in the City.
– Inactivity is a major cause of cellulite, so walk more. There are so many boots and shoes that are suggested to burn up to four times more body fat than normal conventional foot wear (Skechers Shape Ups start from $80.00 AUD). Fast fix: Incidental exercise – take the stairs instead of the elevator wherever possible.
– Sexy, classy and classic are the features to look for when buying clothes this season. Grey and Purple are the big winners with designers this winter while sapphire blue, claret red, maroon, deep golds and rusts, chocolate brown and aubergine are some other smoking hot colours to incorporate with your winter wardrobe.
– Leggings are fun to wear and are shown with lots of different types of tops, but their tight design leaves little to the imagination…. Leggings can actually exaggerate cellulite ripples and other flaws. They frequently make ones behind appear wider than wide. Want a fast fix? Leggings are lovely with shirts that are long enough to hide potential problem areas, tunics or long cardigans are a good choice to sport with a legging, both of which cover the backside.
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