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4 Ways To Feel More Comfortable Sharing Your Voice

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Whether you are thinking of starting a blog or a YouTube channel, or you’d simply like to start speaking up about issues that matter to you more, you need to get comfortable sharing your voice. Below you’ll find 4 ways you can feel more comfortable sharing your voice: 

 

Speak Slowly And With Purpose

As well as being sure of what it is you’d like to say, make sure you take your time. Take breaths, and don’t rush what you’re saying. Make sure you pronounce each word, and try not to say things that discount the statement you’re trying to make, such as ‘ but I don’t know…’. Avoid filler words too, such as ‘ah..’ and ‘like’. 

Practice makes perfect, so practice with the people you’re close to. You could even film yourself making a speech and critique yourself, or ask somebody you trust to help you. 

 

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Practice New Habits

Make small changes at a time so they turn into habits. For example, to begin with you could focus on sharing your ideas in meetings. You could also practice by asking questions, and even giving feedback. You’ll be out of your comfort zone at first, but these things really help. 

 

Work On Your Writing Skills

Just like with any other skill, your writing skills will get better the more you practice! Start a blog, or even just a diary. 

 

Become More Assertive

Assertiveness is a great trait to have if you want to share your voice. The infographic below can help you!

 

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What to look for in underwear panties

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When it comes to underwear panties, you want to look out for certain features so you remain dry and comfortable. The last thing you would want to deal with is uncomfortable panties that do not provide the leak proof protection and comfort you may need. Many women suffer from some form of bladder leakage, and would want a stain resistant, fast drying and odour free underwear. Modibodi is a great option as it is a period and leak-proof underwear brand. The brand creates undies for everyone and it is the underwear solution for everyday living, from menstrual flow to incontinence, working out and swimming.

 

Modibodi Classic Bikini Underpants

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This is one of my favourite underwear panties by Modibodi. It comes in different colours – Blue Aqua, Mocha, Black, and Beige. Here are the reasons why I really like it –

Flow: 10ml = 2 tampons or 1-2 teaspoons

For: Using alone on light-medium period days, as back up on heavy period days, for sneaky leaks and heavy discharge

Feels: Liberating, your new lifesaver

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What to look for in underwear panties

Here are some features you should look out for in everyday underwear panties –

 

Comfortable and Practical

I look out for comfortable and practical underwear panties. Comfort is really important to me. We have on underwear all day, so it has to be comfortable or it can ruin the day. I make sure the material used is breathable, comfortable and that the design is practical. G strings are not the most comfortable, so you won’t catch me wearing them. I prefer bikini panties for most days.

 

Protection

Panties with some form of protection are the best. Once you go through pregnancy and child brith, you start to appreciate these types of underwear even more. I like to go for undies absorbs and locks away fluids, to keep me dry and secure all day.

 

Stain Resistance

The more stain resistant the undies the better for me. Which is why I adore Modibodi panties as the panties are stain resistant and fast drying. You need to try them and see for yourself how amazing they are.

 

What do you look out for when shopping for underwear panties? What do you think of Modibodi? Have you tried any of their panties before? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading, sharing and commenting. Have a great day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to protect your money as a high earner

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Financial security is what almost everyone strives towards.

For high earners it is of particular importance — to try to protect the money they are earning — as there is more to keep safe.

But, how exactly can we achieve this?

 

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If you want to make the most of your assets, take a look at three of our top tips:

 

  1. Careful budgeting

Some high earners feel that they don’t need to budget. Frugality, after all, has long been associated with people earning a low income.

However, budgeting can benefit everyone — however much they earn. Monitor your money, and you’ll be less likely to face unexpected shortfalls in the future.

By creating a weekly or monthly cash flow on a simple spreadsheet, you can plan your outgoings and lifestyle in advance. Better still, carry your cash flow with you as an uploaded document on your phone or tablet, and you can look at it whenever you feel the urge to overspend.

You don’t just stand to protect your assets; you could become more confident in financial handling, too.

 

  1. Contingency funds

Budgeting isn’t just useful — it’s essential. If you put aside a certain amount of money each month, you can be prepared for any financial situation, including emergencies and changes of circumstance.

Though nobody wants to face a costly surprise, they can occur at any time. Building a contingency fund means you will be able to deal with it much better.

It could be particularly helpful if you need to take unpaid leave from work, for example. That way, you won’t have to worry about covering bills and maintaining your usual lifestyle during that period.

Equally, a fund may come in handy if you ever face redundancy. You’ll then have enough money to tide you over while you secure new employment.

Prepare well, and you can always remain financially secure.

 

  1. Pension plan

You’ll no doubt know the value that a pension plan can offer. As a high earner, you will have garnered a state pension through national insurance contributions as well as building a private or corporate pension along the way, too.

At state pension age (currently 65), Brits have the opportunity to either claim or defer their acquired sum. A deferred pension, for example, increases by a small amount, once its owner has retired. A private pension can be drawn earlier – usually around the age of 55.

Although you may be a long way of retirement age now, it’s useful to plan ahead and decide on the best option for you long-term. You can then start to save effectively. You could always consult a financial adviser to work out the best route for your retirement.

You work hard for your income, so it’s only right that you want to protect it. Follow the right steps, and you can secure your finances, both now and for the future.

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