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5 cool tips by Dareth Rosaline

5 cool tips by Dareth Rosaline

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Learn to manage your finances
To control our spending in daily life, we have to have a clear plan of our outgoings. We should spend our money only on things that are important and needed, and before buying stuff we should check it carefully. Use your money for the right reasons so you will gain a lot of benefit from it. If you spend money on something, then decide you don’t like it, you may as well be throwing your hard-earned cash down the drain.

Try to save as much as you can
Women seem to have to spend a lot more than men on make-up for their daily lives, not to mention special events. But there’s an easy way to reduce that outlay: just learn to do your own make-up. You’ll have to spend some money to buy cosmetics, but then you’ll be able to use them whenever you want – and you won’t have to pay a professional to apply your make-up.

Invest in good health
Instead of spending money on stuff that’s not important, think about exercising and looking after your body. It will cost you less to use the exercise equipment at a sports club to keep fit or lose weight. You can also go swimming and have a massage to relax and release your stress after class or work.

An easy way to make your skin look healthy
Making your skin look soft and healthy doesn’t meant you need to use expensive cosmetic products. There’s a very simple way to have a healthy skin, but it takes time to see the result. Clean your skin every day by showering regularly and applying some UV lotion. While travelling, try to avoid the direct heat of the sun, especially in the middle of the day, as it can damage your skin.

Making a group work successfully
Bring your ideas to discuss and raise your problems with members of your group in order to find a good solution. Listen to all members’ ideas and treat it as a group activity. Assign a role for every member, based on their strengths so they will feel confident to do it. Set a clear, strict deadline and make sure all members keep in touch with one another and share the information among the group if there is a change.

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