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Why is Real Fur Still in Fashion? (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Nichola Price

Founder & Owner of: LBC Fashion Blog

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Fashion & Style Writer

Hello Readers,

Fur has been a controversial topic in fashion for many years now and many designers still use fur within their collections. Peta are well known for protesting at many live fashion shows, throwing red paint over the designer’s creations. They had a massive campaign featuring several celebrities like P!nk, Eva Mendes, Khloe Kardashian, Taraji P. Henson called ‘I would rather go naked than wear fur’.

Many designers don’t use fur at all or just use faux fur within their collections. Calvin Klein was the first big designer to announce to no longer use fur within his collections after Peta crashed his offices to protest. He had a meeting with them and he was convinced never to use fur again. Many other designers have since also joined Calvin in the no fur campaign e.g. Stella McCartney, Ralph Lauren, Vivienne Westwood and Tommy Hilfiger to name just a few.

Does a designer really need to use real fur? Faux fur has been around since 1910 and has been going from strength to strength since and now looks amazing and feels great to. With faux fur looking just as good in my opinion as real fur, is there a need for real fur.

The animals that are being used within the fur trade are cruelly treated. The conditions they live in are squalor. They are poorly fed and are very rarely fed. The animals are normally still alive when they are skinned. No animal deserves to go through this treatment. No animal deserves to go through any of this, especially just for an item of clothing.

More designers need to make the change for their collections. Real fur was never needed on the runway and it deserves to be given the boot. Is the cruelty the animals suffer really worthwhile so that an item of clothing has the extra pizzazz? NO!!! I love fashion, I love keeping up the latest trends but not at the expense like this.

If you are undecided about this topic, then please just do a little bit of research on how the animals are treated and hopefully you will see how the torment they go through is not worth it just a piece of clothing

If you like what you read and want to be clued up on the latest fashion trends and news then just head on over to www.lbcfashonblog.com and see what’s going on.

Nicky P


Article Credits: Nichola Price

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Fashion & Style Bloggers & More)

Overcoming Feelings of Guilt (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Travis Tuckett

Founder & Owner of: Call Me Trav

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty, Food & Drink and Health & Fitness Writer

Guilt is a deep emotional experience that you have when you commit an act that goes against your own moral standards of conduct. There are varying levels of guilt that are determined by the circumstances surrounding the action that caused guilt to form. Regardless of the severity of the guilt, feeling guilty, or believing that you are guilty, is not easy to deal with. However, the first step in winning this struggle is to admit to your actions. Take responsibility whether you do it within yourself, or with someone else. Then, take some time to meditate on what you said, or did. Ask yourself: What motivated me to do this? Could I have done anything differently? Is there any way to may this situation better? How can I avoid this from happening again? Finally, think of some positive things you can do, and do them. For instance, help an elderly neighbor, give a homeless person a meal, reward a hardworking employee, call family members that you rarely speak with, or donate to a charity. It’s important to own your actions. Try to take steps to make it better, and endeavor to change your course, by doing positive things. Positivity always helps to erase negativity, but if you don’t do positive things genuinely, you will regress and fall back into to feelings of guilt.

Article Credits: Travis Tuckett

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For , Inspiration, Writing, Book Bloggers & More)

4 Ways to Create a Killer Content Piece for Your Next Blog Post (3 min read)

1. Find posts that are already performing well on other sites.

Browse through popular sites in your niche and identify their top-performing posts. This will give you a good idea of which topics and themes your audience is actually interested in.

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13 Fun Facts you can add to Make your “About Me” Page More Interesting! (1 min read)

Face It, we all have “About Me” pages, right? But the problem is they all suck, including mine. At least until now! Here’s what you can do to make your “About Me” page more exciting for readers to read.

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5 Ways On How You Can Find Your Passion In Life (3 min read)

Exercise 1 – Revisit your childhood. What did you love to do?
Make a list of all the things you remember enjoying as a child. Would you enjoy that activity now?

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Running an Ecommerce Store…? Learn How to Make Your First Sale – Infographic (3 min read)

Running an ecommerce store rather than a blog…? Well if you’ve been struggling to sell your products lately, here’s something I think I can share with you (courtesy of Shopify) to help get your online store up and going!

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5 Small Steps Towards Happiness (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Mehar Malhotra

Founder & Owner of: Radiant Thoughts

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life Writer

Happiness is a subjective term. Everyone has a different definition of happiness but some things hold the same amount of happiness for almost everyone. So here are 5 steps towards happiness.

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5 Ways to Get Your Blog Noticed (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member:  Kaila O’ Neill

Founder & Owner of: Makeup by Kaila

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Lifestyle Writer

Here are five amazing ways to increase blog trafficking, engage your readers, and enjoy blogging even more!

Social Media!

Join every social media available! Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Bloglovin, Facebook, Pinterest, everything! Connect with readers and fellow bloggers online! Even just adding your blog link to your social media profiles will get you more clicks!

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How to Use Procrastination to Your Advantage (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ibibo Ataisi

Founder & Owner of: Success Vista

Books, Business, Education, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer

Procrastination is a major dream killer. It as done so many evils to the dreams and aspirations of many. We have all in one way or the other fallen to the dictate of procrastination.

In as much as we can go all draw out a long list of uncountable amounts of negativities that can be linked to procrastination, there are still some underlining benefits that we can get from procrastination.

One question we should ask ourselves is this: Why do we procrastinate?  According to Anthony Robbins, in his book AWAKEN THE GIANT WITHIN. He points to the fact that we can change a particular behavior if we can link so much pain to such behavior and pleasure to the new behavior we intend to develop.

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Taking this into account shows the fact that procrastination is mainly caused by fear of pain and failure.

The pain approach

So, for you to use procrastination to your advantage, you need to first, link so much pain to your present activities, that the urge for change becomes so strong that you can’t take it for a second.

For instance, you want to quit smoking, you should start linking all the negative consequences of smoking that you can think about.

Read: 5 Brain Hack that will Enhance your Creativity

This will make you develop a strong hatred for smoking and make you stay clear of every environment where smoking occurs. Also, it, in turn, makes you look for a more desired replacement.

The flip side approach

Another method is that you need to ask yourself these questions: What do I procrastinate? The things I procrastinate are they of value to me? What are those things of lesser values that are taking my time?

Read: Why You Should Spend Time Alone

After you are able to answer these, you decide to take actions on things of greater values, while you procrastinate those activities of lesser values.

The pleasure approach

Finally, we can get things done quickly and better if we can link so much pleasure to such behaviors or activities. We are doing what we do at present because we have this subconscious linkage of pleasure to such. So if you are able to link pleasure to things of value in your life, you will see yourself using procrastination to your advantage.

We would love to hear from you on what you think about procrastination and how we can overcome it.

Article Credits: Ibibo Ataisi

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Business, Successful Living Bloggers & More)

Our Best Wishes (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Veronica Haunani Fitzhugh

Founder & Owner of: Charlottesville Winter

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Writing Writer

Meaningful coincidences curl around our brows like smoke circles. Remember them? Tobacco indoors burning bright and beautiful. Chalky halos swimming overhead.

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